Having completed a comprehensive UK surgical training he was awarded one of a limited number of prestigious National Oncoplastic Breast Surgical Fellowships before taking up his substantive consultant appointment in Bath.
Jamie is one of a small number of surgeons to receive certification from The Royal College of Surgeon's cosmetic surgery scheme. This scheme was developed in response to the 2013 Keogh Review which highlighted an urgent need for the robust regulation of cosmetic practice. The certification scheme recognises surgeons who have the appropriate training, qualifications and experience to perform cosmetic surgery.
He is a core member of the breast cancer multidisciplinary team at the Royal United Hospital in Bath, and works with other breast cancer specialists in looking after patients with both symptomatic and screen-detected breast cancer.
Jamie is experienced in all aspects of cosmetic breast surgery and carries out breast reduction, breast enlargement (augmentation), breast "lift" (mastopexy) and correction of developmental breast problems such as breast asymmetry. He is also able to offer lipomodelling (liposuction and injection into the breast) to improve to outcome of previous breast surgical procedures, and male gynaecomastia surgery.
Jamie remains involved in research and training both regionally and nationally since his appointment in Bath, and working with consultant plastic surgical colleagues, Jamie helped develop and is the co-author of the national oncoplastic breast surgery syllabus for UK plastic surgical trainees.
He is an invited faculty member of the Royal College of Surgeons Oncoplastic Breast Surgery course, the European Cadaveric Oncoplastic Breast Surgical Skills Course and the Royal College of Surgeons Surgical Skills Course.
Having completed a laboratory research based higher degree, he was awarded an MD by Bristol University and has published and presented his work nationally and internationally at numerous meetings.
His research interests are now more clinical and patient outcome focused, and has supervised a number of projects as a consultant in Bath as well as being involved with patient recruitment to national research trials.
In addition to his breast surgical practise, Jamie is also an experienced hernia surgeon, and is able to offer hernia repair as a day case procedure under both local and general anaesthetic depending upon patient choice.
Consultant Surgeon at the Royal United Hospital, Bath.
Year of first medical qualification
Cosmetic Breast Surgery:
Breast implant revision / exchange
Gynaecomastia surgery / treatment
Lipofilling surgery / breast liposuction
Correction of breast asymmetry:
Post cancer / reconstructive surgery
Association of Breast Surgeons
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons Of London. (FRCS)