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Dr James Colville

MB. BS, BSc, MSc, FRCS (Eng), FRCS (Plast)

Consultant aesthetic, hand and reconstructive surgeon

Specialty
  • Plastic surgery
Fixed Price Packages

About

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    Mr Colville's medical training was at UCL , graduating in 1992, having been awarded a BSc at Bristol University and a MSc at Kings College, London in Biochemistry. Medical posts include Orthopaedics and Plastic surgery posts at The Norfolk and Norwich Hospitals. This was followed by training at East Grinstead, and specialist training in Newcastle and Lousiville, USA , the world renowned hand centre. He was appointed as a consultant at St George's Hospital, London in 2005 as a plastic surgeon with a subspecialisation in adult elective and trauma surgery. He has been the lead consultant for thedepartmental teaching progrmamme and is now lead consultant in the hand department. He is an examiner for the final plastic surgery exam and is a faculty member for the national instructional hand course. He also holds an NHS post at St Helier hospital specialising in skin cancer reconstructions , but also runs a general plastic surgery clinic offering in breast and abdominal surgery. His interests and expertise in the NHS are aligned with those in the private sector which is essential to be able to provide the level of care that patients should expect.

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    Reconstruction after skin cancer surgery , especially after MOHs surgery. All forms of elective adult hand surgery and hand trauma especially fracture fixation and soft tissue reconstruction. Cosmetic surgery to the breast and abdomen and liposuction

Practice locations

NHS base

St George’s Hospital NHS Trust

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