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Dr Maiden is a young, enthusiastic consultant with a friendly and approachable manner. He trained at University College and Middlesex School of Medicine, London, gaining a BSc in Anatomy and Basic Medical Sciences before graduating as a doctor in 1993.  Completing his general medical training in Poole, Dorset, he returned to London and South East Thames to complete his specialist training at the Kent & Sussex, Guy’s & St Thomas’, King’s College and Lewisham Hospitals.  He is dual accredited in both General (internal) medicine and gastroenterology.  Dr Maiden has been a consultant at the Tunbridge Wells Hospital since December 2008 and is happy to receive referrals on all aspects of gastroenterology (stomach and bowels) and hepatology (liver), including small bowel pathology and nutrition.

His research into non-invasive investigation of small bowel pathology, including capsule endoscopy and faecal calprotectin, at King's College London culminated in the post graduate award of Doctor of Medicine in 2008.  In this time he gained considerable experience in capsule endoscopy and is considered a national opinion on the subject.

Dr Maiden holds the posts of clinical lead for the department of Gastroenterology, clinical lead for Nutrition and clinical lead for Endoscopy in his NHS tenure and is a colonoscopist for the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program.