The Consultant Trainers

Here you can find some information about the Consultant Plastic Surgeons in the East of England.

 

 

Here is a recent interview carried out by the University of Cambridge Surgical Society with one of the Cambridge Plastic Surgeons.

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Here, you can read short biographies of some of our consultant trainers (and contact details for the consultants at each unit can be found at the bottom of the page)

Keith Anderson, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Cambridge

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Consultant in plastic surgery with a sub specialty interest in Lower limb/ extremity trauma reconstruction and skin cancer. I am also a member of our Bone infection multidisciplinary team which runs a monthly combined Orthopaedic/Infectious disease and Plastic surgery clinic. I completed plastic surgery training in the Mersey Deanery centred in Liverpool  and had additional registrar experience at Selly Oak Hospital, Brimingham and Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Prior to starting Plastic Surgery training I completed Basic Surgical training whilst an Royal Army Medical Corps also completing 3 years with 23 Parachute Field Ambulance as a Medical Officer.

I have responsibility for supervising several trainees as approved educational supervisor and like to keep up to date with modern medical training practices and methods of assessment.  I am on the faculty of “The Cambridge Lower Limb Flap Course” and have a wide experience of teaching and training a diverse cohort.

Ian Grant, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Cambridge

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My work at Addenbrooke’s is predominantly adult and children’s hand surgery.

I grew up in Eastbourne in East Sussex. I graduated from Oxford University in 1991 and trained as a plastic surgeon at hospitals in Salisbury, East Grinstead, London (Mount Vernon), Cambridge, Leeds, and Melbourne Australia. I carried out two years of laboratory research on wound healing at The Blonde McIndoe Centre and was awarded a DM from Oxford University. I undertook fellowship training that included hand, micro, peripheral nerve, and aesthetic surgery. I was appointed as a consultant plastic surgeon at Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge in 2005.

Addenbrooke’s has been approved as a centre for TIG Interface training in hand surgery, and for the BSSH hand surgery diploma.

 

We receive our share of routine referrals but in addition have the challenges associated with tertiary referrals.

 

There are plenty of opportunities for a trainee to advance their expertise in hand surgery in Cambridge, we run regular day surgery and OPLA lists, X-ray meetings, journal club meetings, MDT (with the hand therapists), anatomy teaching, and audits.

Mat Griffiths, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford; Training Programme Director East of England

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After leaving Portsmouth Grammar School and a gap year in Australia, I studied at Barts and The London  Medical School graduating in 1996. I then undertook house jobs and core training between The Royal London Hospital, Essex and St George's before undertaking a full-time 2 year MD at the Blizard institute. After a successful application to the PanThames rotation I worked at Chelmsford, Royal London and Imperial before spending time in New York and Munich. Fortunate enough to by awarded the McGregor Gold Medal in 2007, I then did an aesthetics fellowship at St Andrew’s before being appointed as a consultant there in 2009. 

 

At present we have 24 consultants 6 elective theatres, 4000 trauma cases, surpra-regional burns unit and all areas of plastic surgery apart from complex cranio-facial. 

 

I now am based in Chelmsford with a peripheral clinic in Colchester. My firm performs the usual general plastic commitments for skin cancer etc., but with a subspecialty in breast reconstruction microsurgery and lymphedema. I have introduced CT angiography, venous coupler and fluorescent angiography to the unit while raising funds for a limb measurement Perometer. 

 

I have a registrar and microsurgical fellow who have ample opportunity to perform  microsurgery procedures and will be taken through rib-sparing approach to IMAs, DIEP/MS-TRAMs, SIEA and TUG flaps. Being TPD I am committed to encouraging WBAs and engagement with the ISCP process. In this unit, there is a strong ethos of teaching via weekly journal club and Thursday teaching plus supervision in theatre. In the region repatriated Chelmsford into the East of England, increasing the number of registrars to 31. We have re-organised the unit teaching, regional audit and introduced a comprehensive cadaveric teaching programme at the Evelyn Centre. 

 

Beyond work I feel this is a great area to live with access to excellent cycling, running and shooting venues plus excellent restaurants and country pubs. Families are well served with excellent schools and villages to live while being within 40 mins of London. 

Richard Haywood, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

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Richard was an undergraduate at St Thomas’s Hospital, London. He trained as a Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon throughout the UK and was appointed as a Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital in 2005. His broad surgical training and reconstructive practice covers all areas of surgical anatomy. Combined with his passion for teaching in 2017 he was delighted to be able to take up the post as Clinical Senior Lecturer and Head of Anatomy at Norwich Medical School in the University of East Anglia , whilst continuing his clinical work at NNUH. Richard’s clinical work covers reconstructive microsurgery, breast reconstruction, complex perineal reconstruction, skin cancer, sarcoma and trauma. He was a member of BAPRAS Council for 3 years and is BAPRAS workforce lead for Plastics Surgery in the UK.  He is once again Service Director of the Norfolk and Norwich Plastic Surgery Department and has previously been Chairman of the Surgical Division at NNUH.  He has over 40 publications in peer review journals and is a regular international speaker on microsurgery. Outside of medicine he can be found playing about in his garden with his grown up tonka toys (tractors, logsplitters, chainsaws etc) or looking for golf balls in the rough – as he is rarely see on the putting green itself!

Professor Marc Moncrieff, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

"Prof Marc Moncrieff is a British-trained plastic surgeon specialising in all aspects of skin cancer surgery and reconstruction, including the sentinel lymph node biopsy, Isolated Limb Infusion for melanoma and Mohs Surgery. He provides a specialist service for the diagnosis, removal and reconstruction of soft tissue tumours deep to the skin, both benign and malignant. Marc also has a major specialist interest in head and neck reconstruction and provides a specialist service in the surgical management of facial paralysis alongside Miss Fawzy. Marc was undertook two fellowships at the Sydney Melanoma Unit and the Sydney Head & Neck Cancer Institute. Both are internationally recognised fellowships and they  had a profound influence on his philosophy and practice in the UK.

 

Marc also has a healthy research portfolio both in clinical trials and basic science research. He has clinical oversight of the national melanoma database. Multiple trainees and undergraduates have successfully presented their clinical research at international peer-reviewed conferences under his supervision. Similarly, several undergraduates have gained distinctions in their Masters degree. The skin cancer service at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital has a strong evidence-based ethos.

 

In his spare time Marc can usually be found in the South Stand at Carrow Road or sailing on the beautiful Norfolk Broads."

Nick Sheppard, Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

Nick Sheppard was trained at Oxford University medical school before completing basic surgical training in London and Australia and specialist training in Plastic Surgery in the Eastern deanery. He undertook specialist training through an orthoplastic hand fellowship. His sub-specialty is hand surgery in which he manages acute and chronic soft-tissue disorders, peripheral nerve and tendon surgery along with wrist pathology including scaphoid non-union, osteoarthritis and post-traumatic degenerative conditions.

He also chairs the diagnostic sarcoma MDT at NNUH, overseeing the diagnostic pathway and performing surgery for resection and reconstruction of sarcoma cases, particularly in the upper limb.

Away from work he can be found with his family, playing music or in his workshop trying to stay on the right side of the machinery.

Linda Treharne, Consultant Cleft Surgeon, Cambridge

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Cleft lip and palate is a small subspecialty; here at Addenbrooke’s we are one of only 9 cleft services in the UK and cover a large area of East Anglia and the East Midlands. You will have only 3 months’ attachment with us and there’s a lot to learn! We cover all aspects of cleft care within our MDT, from the time of antenatal diagnosis to adulthood and beyond. In the paediatric plastic surgery clinic you will see a range of common conditions such as pilomatrixoma, sebaceous naevus of Jadassohn, accessory auricles, vascular malformations and polydactyly.

 

I am the AES for cleft and paediatric plastic surgery and will oversee your education on the firm. Like many of my generation, my training has seen me travel far and wide – from Bristol to Newcastle, Wales to Rotterdam, Great Ormond Street to Birmingham Children’s Hospital and beyond; consequently, I have had the benefit of training under many plastic and cleft surgeons. Here at Addenbrooke’s I have a particular interest in primary cleft surgery, the management of patients with Pierre Robin Sequence and in all aspects of paediatric plastic surgery. I lead cleft MDT clinics in Peterborough, Kettering and Northampton as well as in Addenbrooke’s (and soon, the new Children’s Hospital.)

Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Consultant Special Interests Secretary
Miss Sarah L Benyon Breast reconstruction and microsurgery, oculoplastics
Jo Sherwin 01223 257077
 
Mr Ahid A Abood
 
Trauma, Lower limb, microsurgery, bone infection, skin cancer
 
TBC
Mr Tariq Ahmad
 
Cleft lip & palate and Paediatric Plastic Surgery
 
Jayne Broad 01223 596272
Mr Keith D Anderson 
Trauma, Lower limb, microsurgery, bone infection, skin cancer
 
TBC
Mr Amer J Durrani
 
Head & neck reconstruction, microsurgery, melanoma, perineal reconstruction TBC
 
Mr Patrick H Gillespie
 
Hand Surgery, Trauma, skin cancer, perineal reconstruction
 
TBC
Mr Ian Grant
 
Hand Surgery, Trauma and paediatric plastic surgery
 
TBC
Mr Per N Hall
 
Paediatric plastic surgery, cleft lip & palate
 
Jayne Broad 01223 596272
Mr Michael S Irwin Breast reconstruction and microsurgery
Jo Sherwin 01223 257077
Miss Tereze A Laing
 
Hand Surgery and Trauma
 
 
TBC
Prof Charles M Malata Breast reconstruction and microsurgery
TBC
01223 586672
Ms Fionnuala O'Leary Skin oncology, Hand surgery TBC
Mr Animesh J Patel
 
Head & neck reconstruction, microsurgery, melanoma, upper and lower limb trauma, perineal reconstruction TBC
Mr Richard D Price
 

Head & neck reconstruction, facial palsy

 
TBC
Mr Amit Roshan Skin oncology TBC
Miss Linda J Treharne
 
Paediatric plastic surgery, cleft lip & palate
 
Jayne Broad 01223 596272 Jayne.broad@addenbrookes.nhs.uk
 
Locum Consultants Special Interests Secretary
Mr Zeeshan Ahmad
Skin oncology, Hand surgery
 
TBC
Mr Derick Mendonca
 
Paediatric plastic surgery
Jayne Broad 01223 596272

 

Lister Hospital, Stevenage

Consultant

Special Interest

Secretary

Mr Nicholas James

Skin oncology; Head and neck reconstruction/oncology

01438285551

anne.saunders@nhs.net 

Mr Frederick Schreuder  

Hand Surgery

01438 284162 

rachel.pipkin@nhs.net

Mr Stephanos Papanastasiou

Hand Surgery

01438 284890

sburgess3@nhs.net

 

Mr Muhammad Javaid

Reconstructive and cosmetic breast surgery; Post weight loss body contouring procedures; Skin lesions surgery

01438288058

laura.horwood@nhs.net

 

Miss Maharukh Daruwalla, 

 

Skin Cancer, hypospadias, general plastic surgery

01438284111 

laura.horwood@nhs.net

 

Mr Hyder Ridha

 

Microsurgery, breast reconstruction, skin oncology and aesthetic surgery

01438285551 

anne.saunders@nhs.net

 

Mr Patrick Goon             

Hand surgery

01438 284162

rachel.pipkin@nhs.net

 

Mr Foiz Ahmed

 

Breast reconstruction, trauma reconstruction, microsurgery, skin oncology, soft-tissue hand surgery, aesthetic surgery, and general plastic surgery

01438 284111

laura.horwood@nhs.net

 
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

Consultant

Special Interest

Secretary (01603 286286)

Mr JJ Clibbon

Head and neck reconstruction, Paediatric plastic surgery

Pauline

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Ms M Fawzy

Head and neck reconstruction

Melanie

x4167

Mr RM Haywood

Breast reconstruction, perineal reconstruction

Carrie

x4550

Mr MJ Heaton

Head and neck reconstruction, Skin cancer

Sarah

x4543

Mr G Koehler

Breast reconstruction

Melanie

x4167

Ms D Masud

Breast reconstruction

Lorraine

x4105

Mr M Meyer            

Hand surgery

Tracey

x5812

 

Prof MDS Moncrieff

Skin cancer

Helen

x4127

Mr D Morritt

Hand surgery

Tracey

x5812

Mr SE Norton

 

Hand surgery, Paediatric plastic surgery

Pauline

x4492

Mr N Sheppard

Hand surgery

Lorraine

x4105

Mr A Snelling

Skin cancer

Sarah

x4543

Mr N Viswanathan

Head and neck reconstruction

Carrie

x4550
St Andrews Centre for Burns and Plastic Surgery, Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford
Consultant

Special Interest

Secretary (01245 362000)

Mr Miles Banwell

Breast reconstruction

Ext 6218

Mr Mat Griffiths  

Breast reconstruction, lymphoedema

Ext 6229

Ms Mary Morgan

Breast reconstruction

Ext 6717

Mr Venkat Ramakrishnan

Breast reconstruction

Ext 6167/6177

Mr Bhagwat Mathur

Breast reconstruction

Ext 6119

Mr Fateh Ahmad

Head and neck reconstruction

Ext 6139

Ms Kallirroi Tzafetta

Head and neck reconstruction

Ext 6119

Mr Loshan Kangesu     

Cleft, Paediatric plastic surgery

Ext 6127/6120

Mr Paul Morris

Cleft/Paediatrics, hypospadias

Ext 6118/6120

Mr David Elliott

Hands

Ext 6124

Mr Fortune Iwuagwu

Hands

Ext 6127/6281

Ms Maria Sirotakova

Hands

Ext 6124

Mr Adam Sierakowski

Hand Trauma

Ext 6281

Mr Manu Sood

Hands

Ext 6125/6126

Mr Mak Tare

Hands, Rhinoplasty, abdominal wall reconstruction

Ext 6139

Ms Claire Zweifel

Congenital hands

Ext 6177

Mr Nabil Mopuri

Hands

Ext 6123/6177

Mr David Barnes

Burns, abdominal wall reconstruction

Ext 6717

Prof Peter Dziewulski

Burns, melanoma

Ext 6190

Mr Naguib El-Mutardi

Burns, melanoma, skin cancer

Ext 5257

Mr Niall Martin

Burns

 

Ms Alison Shaw

Burns, Clinical governance

 
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