Mr Bennett qualified
in 1988 from University College London and went on to
complete his Officer training at Sandhurst. After two
years experiencing life as a general practitioner he
started plastic surgery training in London in 1994.
He moved to Odstock
Hospital Salisbury in 1996 as a Senior House Officer
and trained in hand surgery, breast reconstruction,
burn management, the use of lasers and general plastic,
reconstructive and plastic surgery for 3 years. At this
time he was awarded fellowship of the Royal College
of Surgeons of England. Following this he spent a year
researching the management of chemical burns and has
published several clinical papers and presented his
work at international meetings.
In March 2000 he moved
to the internationally renowned Canniesburn hospital,
Glasgow, where he received training in a wide variety
of sub-specialties as a Senior Registrar. In particular,
the management of skin cancer, head and neck surgery,
microsurgery, burns, endoscopic assisted surgery, breast
reconstruction, cleft lip and palate surgery and cosmetic
his specialist training, he attained the Plastic Surgery
Fellowship examination, FRCS (Plast), in September
2002, and passed the European Board Fellowship Examination
in Plastic Surgery (EBOPRAS) in Switzerland in November
2002. His Certificate of Completion of Surgical Training
(CCST) was awarded in February 2003. He
is a member of The British Association of Plastic
He has now settled
in Hampshire as a Plastic Surgery Consultant at The
Royal Hospital Haslar and Portsmouth Healthcare NHS
Trust. He also operates at a number of private hospitals
in the region.
consultant plastic surgeon, qualifications BSc, MBBS,
Mr Hurren is a National
Health Service consultant in breast, oncological, plastic
and reconstructive surgery at the Portsmouth Hospitals
He trained as a plastic surgeon in Salisbury, Cambridge
and Norwich; during his training he spent 2 months in
the USA to study breast reconstruction techniques. He
visited the MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston and Emory
University, Atlanta. Following completion of his training
he was fellow in surgical oncology at the Royal Marsden
Hospital where he worked on the sarcoma and melanoma
unit and in the breast service. Prior to taking up his
consultant post he was fellow in Oncoplastic Breast
Surgery at the Institute Curie in Paris for 6 months.
He is pleased to offer
a service in cosmetic surgery, which includes breast
enhancement, breast reduction, and ‘tummy tucks'
(abdominoplasty), liposuction and facial cosmetic surgery.
His particular clinical interest is in the application
of plastic surgery to the treatment of cancer; in particular
the use of plastic techniques for the treatment of breast
cancer (oncoplastic surgery) and breast reconstruction,
the surgical treatment of skin cancer (particularly
melanoma) and soft tissue tumours (sarcoma).
|Mr Godwin Scerri
plastic surgeon, qualifications MRCP(Lond) MRCS(Eng) FRCS(Eng)
Scerri has clinical interests in all aspects of plastic
surgery especially cosmetic, reconstructive and hand
surgery. He qualified in 1982 from the Royal London
Hospital Medical College and trained in Plastic Surgery
in London, Stoke Mandeville, Glasgow and at Addenbrooke’s
in Cambridge, followed by a specialist Hand Surgery
Fellowship at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford.
He finished his Plastic Surgery training to become a
consultant in 1995.
He is a member of
the British Association of Plastic Surgeons, the British
Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, the British
Burns Association and the Military Surgical Society.
He has written papers on cosmetic surgery, hand surgery,
burn injury and telemedicine. He has also made contributions
to textbooks in Plastic and Trauma Surgery.
Mr Scerri joined
the Royal Air Force Medical Branch in 1980 and is currently
Consultant Plastic Surgeon and Specialist Advisor in
Plastic Surgery at the Royal Hospital Haslar, where
he holds the military rank of Wing Commander. His specialist
interests are general plastic and reconstructive surgery,
cosmetic surgery and hand surgery.