Dr David Marshall


  • MBBC (1992)

Dr David Marshall


Dr Marshall is a GP who specialises in Vasectomy

Dr David Marshall qualified from St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical college in 1992. He did his medical and surgical training at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, then trained as a GP to become a partner at the Loddon Vale Practice in Reading 1996 to 2014, later as senior partner.

Dr Marshall has completed over 2500 vasectomy operations and been involved in the training of junior hospital surgeons in the operation.

Selected career highlights

  • Dr Marshall was a lead GP at the Loddon Vale Minor Surgical Unit, a community facility providing Minor Surgery and Vasectomy to West Berkshire NHS Patients for 20 years before relocating to Wiltshire.
  • In 2014 Dr Marshall became a partner at the New Court Surgery in Royal Wootton Bassett.
  • In 2015 Dr Marshall joined the team at IHG to perform Vasectomies for our patients.

Member of

Dr David Marshall works at the following clinics
Chippenham - Hathaway Medical Centre


The purpose built Hathaway Medical Centre was opened in January 2007 more

Dr David Marshall performs the following services


At our clinics we use the No-Scalpel Vasectomy technique. Since starting this new service in September 2008 over 1800 patients have more

What they say

Very friendly team who made me feel very comfortable. Totally pain free operation and great aftercare. Thank you all.

Vase - January 2017

Fantastic team, felt very at ease throughout.

Vasectomy - September 2016

Good explanation of procedure prior to undertaking treatment. All staff very patient and answered all questions that I raised.

Vasectomy - November 2016

Very helpful and knowledgeable staff/nurses. Made me feel comfortable and informed.

Vasectomy - September 2016

I was made to feel very comfortable by the doctors and nurses and felt at ease through the whole procedure. My experience was as positive as it can be

Vasectomy - May 2017

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