- infection in the critically ill
- anaesthesia for urological surgery
Dr Wigmore has both a private and an NHS practice at The Royal Marsden. He is a Consultant Anaesthetist and Intensivist, and Divisional Medical Director (Clinical Services) at The Royal Marsden.
He qualified from Oxford University (John Radcliffe Hospital) in 1994 having conducted his pre-clinical studies at Cambridge University (Clare College). He subsequently trained in the Imperial School of Anaesthesia before moving to Australia where he spent three years working in ITU in Sydney and gained the Australian Fellowship in Intensive Care.
Dr Wigmore leads the Critical Care Team at The Royal Marsden’s new Critical Care Unit. The Unit provides full support for patients suffering from disease- or treatment-related complications and records excellent outcomes for patients with life-threatening conditions.
His areas of interest include infectious diseases and care of the haemato-oncological patient in intensive care units. He is widely published in the field of intensive care. Dr Wigmore specialises in anaesthesia for urological oncology patients and has extensive experience managing patients undergoing robotically assisted surgery.