Dr Judy Evans was educated at Oxford University and Charing Cross Medical School London. She was appointed as lecturer in Surgery at the University of Hong Kong after finishing her house jobs. She returned to England in 1980 and began training as a plastic surgeon. Judy worked in Norwich and Leicester before moving with her husband to Plymouth in 1986.
She completed her training in 1990, and was the first woman ever to gain the F.R.C.S.(Plast). At that time she was awarded a BAPS scholarship to study at the Sydney Melanoma Clinic, and commenced her NHS Consultant practice later the same year.
Dr Evans has been in full time private practice since 2000 and has worked in Plymouth, Torquay, London and Bath since then.
Dr Evans has retained an active interest in education and is an Examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh). She is also on the Council of the College.
She previously served on the council of BAPS and BAAPS. She remains a keen teacher and trainer in aesthetic surgery.
Her interests are in skin cancer, breast surgery and general aesthetic surgery including abdominoplasties and facial ageing surgery. She has regular clinics at Circle Bath Hospital and is flexible with regards to her operating times, to suit patient's own timetables wherever possible.
Judy also works with a charity in Thailand helping hill tribe people.
Special clinical interests
Melanoma skin cancer
Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies
Member of BAAPS
Melanoma Study Group