Anna Belli

Consultant Radiologist

Consultant Radiologist


Anna-Maria Belli is a Consultant Radiologist at St George’s Hospital, and Professor of Interventional Radiology at St George’s University of London.  She was appointed to St George’s Hospital in 1992 and over the years has introduced numerous innovations to the Interventional Radiology service including the pioneering treatment of fibroids by uterine artery embolisation. As a specialist in the endovascular management of vascular diseases she is involved in the treatment of haemorrhage from a variety of sources including chest and abdominal trauma, aneurysms and massive obstetric haemorrhage. She has published extensively in a variety of journals including high impact factor journals such as the Lancet and the BMJ.

She is a keen teacher of both under- and postgraduate students and leads the Interventional Radiology team which trains doctors specializing in minimally invasive therapies for a wide range of disorders. Her current clinical interests include the role of embolisation in the management of women at high risk of obstetric haemorrhage, as well as massive haemorrhage from the gastro-intestinal system and lungs. She is also developing a service for the minimally invasive treatments of vascular malformations. She runs a clinic to see patients including women with symptomatic fibroids as well as a combined myoma clinic with Mr Manyonda, with whom she collaborates. In addition she performs a wide range of treatments for peripheral vascular disease such as  angioplasty and stenting.

Anna-Maria Belli was born and educated in Swansea and underwent her medical training at the Middlesex Hospital, London. She underwent her radiological training at St George’s Hospital, including an Interventional Fellowship. After this she was appointed to the Royal Hallamshire and Northern General Hospitals in Sheffield as a Consultant Radiologist in 1987. She then moved to the Royal Postgraduate Medical School and Hammersmith Hospital in 1990 as a Consultant and Senior Lecturer before returning to St George’s Hospital.

She was made Professor of Interventional Radiology in 2008 for her clinical research and has over 100 peer reviewed publications as well as having edited a book and authored 22 chapters. Despite a high clinical workload she is active in numerous committees and societies at a national and international level. She was President of the British Society of Interventional Radiology from 2001-2003, a member of the Interventional Procedures Advisory Committee of NICE from 2002-2008, a member of the Committee of Safety of Devices from 2000- 2009 and a member of the NICE

Guidelines Development Group on Heavy Menstrual Bleeding from 2004-2006. She is currently on the Executive Committee of the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe. She is on the editorial board of several journals in Radiology.

Anna-Maria Belli offers private consultations and outpatient diagnostic services at the Parkside Hospital, Wimbledon, and St Anthony’s Hospital, Cheam. She offers inpatient treatments at St Anthony’s Hospital, Cheam and the Princess Grace Hospital, London. Appointments can be made via her private secretary or directly via the hospitals appointments desks (details on the website).


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