Mr Sergei Tchijov MBChB PhD FRACS

Sergei Tchijov

Mr Tchijov is an Auckland Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon and a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He is vocationally registered with the New Zealand Medical Council and a member of the New Zealand Vascular Society and the Australia and New Zealand Society of Vascular Surgeons.

Mr Tchijov has been trained in both surgical and minimally invasive endovascular (keyhole) techniques and in vascular ultrasound through several centres of excellence in Australia and New Zealand, including rotations at Gold Coast Hospital (QLD), Wollongong Hospital (NSW), Auckland City Hospital, Waikato Hospital, Wellington Hospital and Christchurch Hospital.

Sergei is a Consultant Vascular Surgeon who has been working at Middlemore Hospital (Counties Manukau District Health Board) since March 2018. His public and private practice involves all aspects of Vascular Surgery, with a strong interest in minimally invasive therapies for varicose veins, therapies for carotid, aortic, upper and lower limb vascular disease.

Mr Tchijov provides comprehensive vascular service including thorough clinical assessment, imaging, specialist advice and extensive range of modern treatments for patients with various arterial and venous conditions complete with tailored care and postoperative follow up to optimise recovery.

The range of provided vascular surgery procedures includes:

Mr Tchijov is readily available for consultation in private sector (Vascular Care Clinic Ltd). His main consulting room is at the Auckland Central Medical and Health Centre. This is conveniently centrally located in Freemans Bay, 28 College Hill. It has an easy access and secure parking. Treatment procedures are performed at this Clinic and at Mercy Hospital, Epsom, 98 Mountain Road.

Sergei is easily contactable to discuss a case or to arrange an appointment by phone directly or with his secretary at the rooms or via email. Phone: 09 360 0250

It is best to have a referral from GP who could email or fax it through to the rooms. Alternatively, patients could ring the rooms directly, make an appointment and bring the referral with them. Mr Tchijov is happy for patients to self-refer; however, if the patient has insurance cover he/she may require a GP referral to make a claim.

The private clinic is on Monday all day. It is almost always possible to fit patients within a week. Arrangements could be made to be seen on a different day of the week if Monday doesn't suit or even within 24 hours if problem seems more urgent. An early evening appointment could also be arranged.

An initial consultation takes between 30 and 45 minutes, the cost is $280 - $300, it includes comprehensive vascular examination and could also include a diagnostic ultrasound assessment of blood vessels, if required. The follow up appointments’ price varies.