HCA Healthcare UK Consultant Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon Miss Judith

Miss Judith Hunter

MA MB Bchir MD FRCS (Plastic)

Senior Consultant Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon

Specialty
Fixed Price Packages

About

  • Biography icon plus

    Miss Judith Hunter is a Senior Consultant Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon with a special interest in breast surgery - particularly breast reconstruction, including DIEP Flap breast reconstruction (she has performed around 300 DIEP Flap breast constructions over the past few years) and TUG Flap breast reconstruction. Miss Hunter's experience in breast reconstruction has finessed her cosmetic surgery work in her private practice, embracing breast reduction (she has performed approximately 1000 breast reductions over the last few years); breast augmentation (breast enlargement - both implants and fat transfer); breast uplift (mastopexy) and breast enlargement and uplift (augment mastopexy); she also regularly performs removal of implants and capsulectomies and exchange. Miss Hunter sees patients at Harley Street Clinic. She is listed on the General Medical Council Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery and she is also a member of the British Association of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeons (BAPRAS).

    Miss Hunter read medicine at Cambridge University, graduating in 1999 with a First Class Honours degree and became a Research Fellow in the Plastic Surgery Department at Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge (2006-2008). In 2011 she attained FRCS (Plast).

    Since then, she has undertaken three microsurgery fellowships, at the Royal Marsden and St Thomas's Hospitals in London (2012-2013) and at St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia (2014), for which she was awarded the Ellison-Cliffe Travelling Fellowship by the Royal Society of Medicine.

    Miss Hunter attained her specialist registration in plastic surgery in 2013 and has been a Senior Consultant Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust since 2015, where she holds a senior teaching post; she also supports the major trauma centres on call for lower limb trauma, as well as visiting Hammersmith Hospital to aid with complex wound repair.

    Miss Hunter has set up a breast reconstruction spoke clinic at Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, working closely with fellow breast surgeons, which makes it easier for patients living in North West London.

    In her spare time, Miss Hunter is a keen skier and swimmer and enjoys cooking and entertaining friends, together with her husband Eric; together they love to spend their time travelling and enjoy walking with their dog, Havana.

  • Clinical interests icon plus

    • Breast Reconstruction after cancer 
    • Microsurgery
    • All forms of immediate and delayed reconstruction, DIEP Flap, TUG Flap and Implants
    • Adjustment of Breasts after Lumpectomy 
    • Breast Asymmetry 
    • Fat Transfer 
    • Removal of Implants & Capsulectomy & Exchange 
    • Body Contouring including Abdominoplasty; Brachioplasty; Inner Thigh Lift; Liposuction 
    • Scar Revision 
    • Skin Cancer detection 
    • Skin - Cysts 
    • Skin - Flaps 
    • Skin Lesions 
    • Breast Reduction; Mastopexy; Breast Augmentation
  • Publications icon plus

    Grinsell, D.G. & Hunter, J.E. (2016) An algorithm to optimise assessment of abdominal computed tomography angiograms (CTAs) in breast reconstruction. Frontiers in plastic surgery. [submitted]

    Hunter, J.E., Drew, P.J., Potokar, T.S., Dickson, W. & Hemington-Gorse, S.J. (2016) Albumin resuscitation in burns; a hybrid regime to mitigate fluid creep. Scars, Burns and Healing, Jan-Dec, 2: 2059513116642083

    Hunter, J.E., Dower, D.R., Lardi, A.M. & Farhadi, J. (2015) Evolution from TUG to PAP for breast reconstruction-comparison and refinements of technique. J Plast Reconstr Aesthet Surg, Jul, 68(7), 960-5

    Hunter, J.E., Mackey, S.P., Boca, R. & Harris, P.A. (2014) Microvascular modifications to optimize the transverse upper gracilis flap for breast reconstruction. Plast Reconstr Surg, Jun, 133(6), 1315-25

Practice locations

NHS base

Charing Cross Hospital

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