Dr Sarah McWilliams

Consultant Radiologist with Previously the Lead Breast Radiologist at Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Trust, Sarah qualified from King’s College Hospital with a distinction in her finals in 1988.

She obtained Membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 1991 and passed The Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists in 1995. Sarah joined the Specialist Register in Radiology with an interest in Breast Radiology in 1999.

Sarah underwent training in Breast Radiology in the National Health Screening Breast Centre at Kings’s and St Georges Hospital between 1992 and 1999. Sarah became the Lead Consultant Breast Radiologist at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital, from which post she has since retired.

in 1999 and initially developed and set up the Breast Radiology service and one-stop service at Guys and St Thomas’. Sarah introduced and developed the technique of ultrasound-guided core biopsy and fine needle aspiration of the breast at Guys and St Thomas and then introduced MR coil insertion. Sarah helped develop the new Breast Radiology Department at Guy’s Hospital and has instigated and coordinated the development of stereotactic biopy and needle localisation biopsy and developed a training programme at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital in breast radiology for doctors. Sarah also developed the Breast MRI service at Guys and St Thomas’ and participated in the MARIBs trial.

Sarah is competent in all aspects of breast radiology, including mammography, ultrasound breast biopsy, mammotome biopsy, stereotactic biopsy and needle localisation biopsy and vacuum assisted mammotomy and its use in minimally invasive surgery. Sarah undertakes biannual Performance testing in Breast Screening film reading with excellent results. A Specialist Interest in Breast Imaging


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