Mr Marco Scarci, Consultant Thoracic Surgeon

Mr Marco Scarci

Consultant Thoracic Surgeon

Mr Marco Scarci MD FRCS (Eng) FCCP FACS FEBTS

Consultant Thoracic Surgeon

MD FRCS (Eng) FCCP FACS FEBTS

Mr Marco Scarci

Consultant Thoracic Surgeon MD FRCS (Eng) FCCP FACS FEBTS

MD FRCS (Eng) FCCP FACS FEBTS
MrMarco Scarci,Cardiothoracic Surgeon

Mr Scarci is a recommended Consultant Thoracic Chest Surgeon

Introducing the nuss procedure with Mr Marco Scarci

Introducing the nuss procedure with Mr Marco Scarci

How can pectus excavatum be treated?

How can pectus excavatum be treated?

What is pectus excavatum (funnel chest)?

What is pectus excavatum (funnel chest)?

Chest wall deformities

Chest wall deformities

Lung cancer

Lung cancer

Areas of expertise

  • Keyhole thoracic surgery using a single incision
  • Non-surgical treatment of chest wall deformities
  • Surgery for locally advanced cancers
  • Enhanced recovery and rehabilitation after thoracic surgery
  • Treatment of malignant mesothelioma

Recommendations for Mr Scarci

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Recommended by:

  • by Dr Enson Thomas, Consultant Respiratory Physician

    I've known Mr Marco Scarci for the last 5 years. He’s now at UCLH London. He’s intelligent, extremely hard working, reliable and dependable. His work has always been of a very high standard. He uses an evidence-based approach in his day to day work. His clinical knowledge and application has always been of very high standard. He's served my patients extremely well and his operative results are exemplary. He maintains a very professional approach, extremely well liked by patients and colleagues.

  • by Mr Pedro Catarino, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon

    I previously worked closely with Mr Scarci. He is a gifted surgeon and is internationally renowned for his cutting edge keyhole surgery. He is particularly known for operative techniques which minimize patient’s pain and speed their recovery. He has a great manner with patients and is completely focussed on their interests and getting them great results.

  • by Prof. Stefan Marciniak, Consultant Respiratory Surgoen

    Mr Scarci is a skilled, enthusiastic and friendly thoracic surgeon. We worked together whilst he was based at Papworth hospital (2012-2016). Amongst other skills, he is experienced in pleural and chest wall surgery.

  • by Dr Amer Saleem, Consultant Respiratory Physician

    Mr Scarci is an excellent thoracic surgeon, his opinions are always sensible and very helpful. Recommended for professional excellence.

  • by Dr Enson Thomas, Consultant Respiratory Physician

    I've known Mr Marco Scarci for the last 5 years. He’s now at UCLH London. He’s intelligent, extremely hard working, reliable and dependable. His work has always been of a very high standard. He uses an evidence-based approach in his day to day work. His clinical knowledge and application has always been of very high standard. He's served my patients extremely well and his operative results are exemplary. He maintains a very professional approach, extremely well liked by patients and colleagues.

  • by Mr Pedro Catarino, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon

    I previously worked closely with Mr Scarci. He is a gifted surgeon and is internationally renowned for his cutting edge keyhole surgery. He is particularly known for operative techniques which minimize patient’s pain and speed their recovery. He has a great manner with patients and is completely focussed on their interests and getting them great results.

  • by Prof. Stefan Marciniak, Consultant Respiratory Surgoen

    Mr Scarci is a skilled, enthusiastic and friendly thoracic surgeon. We worked together whilst he was based at Papworth hospital (2012-2016). Amongst other skills, he is experienced in pleural and chest wall surgery.

  • by Dr Amer Saleem, Consultant Respiratory Physician

    Mr Scarci is an excellent thoracic surgeon, his opinions are always sensible and very helpful. Recommended for professional excellence.

  • Address

    • OneWelbeck

      1 Welbeck St, London, W1G 0AR

  • The Heart Hospital

    16-18 Westmoreland Street, London, W1G 8PH

  • About Mr Marco Scarci

    GMC number: 6159768

    Year qualified: 2001

    Place of primary qualification: Universita degli Studi "G. d'Annunzio" Chieti-Pescara

    Mr Scarci was trained as a specialist in Italy, Malta, the Essex Cardiothoracic Center, and Guy's and St. Thomas. Six months were split between the University of Toronto and McMaster University for a minimally invasive surgery fellowship. Mr Scarci specialises exclusively in thoracic surgery. He collaborates closely with a big team of surgeons, specialist nurses, radiologists, and physicians to provide patients with the best possible outcome. His primary concentration is minimally invasive surgery.

    Major areas of interest for Mr Scarci include resection of locally advanced malignancy, chest wall abnormalities and malignancies, and minimally invasive surgery.

    Mr Scarci is actively associated with the Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons and is the leader of the ESTS database committee and the Pleural and Chest Wall Working Groups of the European Society of Thoracic Surgeons.

    Areas of expertise

    • Breathlessness
    • Cancer treatments
    • Chest infection surgery
    • Chest wall deformities
    • Enhanced recovery and rehabilitation after thoracic surgery
    • Erythrophobia (facial blushing)
    • Fractured ribs
    • Funnel chest (pectus excavatum)
    • Hyperhidrosis (sweaty hands)
    • Keyhole (vats) lung cancer surgery
    • Keyhole thoracic surgery using a single incision
    • Lung cancer
    • Medicolegal
    • Mesothelioma
    • Non-surgical treatment of chest wall deformities
    • Pigeon chest (pectus carinatum)
    • Pneumothorax surgery
    • Surgery for locally advanced cancers
    • Thoracic outlet syndrome
    • Thymic masses
    • Thymomas
    • Treatment of malignant mesothelioma

    Professional memberships

    European Society of Thoracic Surgeons
    Royal College of Surgeons
    European Association for CardioThoracic Surgery
    Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons, England and Ireland
    Society of thoracic surgeons
    International Society for Minimally Invasive Surgery
    General Medical Council

    Articles by Mr Marco Scarci

    Thoracic outlet syndrome

    The role of surgery in patients with covid-19-related thoracic complications

    COVID-19 after lung resection in northern Italy

    Does myasthenia gravis affect long-term survival in thymic carcinomas?

    Air leak and intraoperative bleeding in thoracic surgery

    Post-intubation tracheal lacerations

    Reporting guidelines for surgical technique could be improved

    The overweight paradox

    Perioperative systemic therapies for non-small-cell lung cancer

    Developing the surgical technique reporting checklist and standards

    Pneumonectomy for lung cancer in the elderly

    How to prevent, reduce, and treat severe post sympathetic chain compensatory hyperhidrosis

    Outcomes of patients discharged home with a chest tube after lung resection

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