Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Our Plastic and Reconstructive surgeons use a variety of techniques and procedures, meaning this specialty is wide reaching and often involves close liaison with other teams – find out why you should join us…
Why join us in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery?
Meet and Work Alongside a Range of Specialists
We work with many other departments to ensure each patient receives the correct care – from paediatrics to physio, dermatology to head and neck, you’ll get to know a huge number of experts
No Two Procedures are the Same
You’ll interact with and care for a wide variety of patient conditions, from reconstructive surgery for burns and oncology patients, to upper and lower limb
Join a Highly-Respected Team
An impressive 98% of patients said they would recommend our service
A Renowned Authority
NNUH runs a biannual revision course for the FRCS (Plast) examination in conjunction with the St. Andrew’s Centre, Broomfield. Our pass rate is very high and candidate feedback is excellent
About Our Unit
We carry our a range of procedures, including mammoplasty, upper and lower limb, craniofacial, burns, plastic surgery last treatment and vascular malformation, on our Coltishall Ward.
We hold daily outpatients and trauma clinics, as well as a regular review dressings clinic.
The Norfolk and Norwich Plastic Surgery Department is a world-renowned unit comprising a team of 13 consultant plastic surgeons, specialist nurses, therapists and administrative staff.
Who do we work with?
We work with many different departments, including trauma, oncology, dermatology and paediatrics.
Patients requiring surgery for tumours of the head and neck will frequently require reconstructive surgery by one of our team, and we work closely with ENT and maxillofacial colleagues as well as speech and language therapists, physiotherapists and specialist nurses to provide a technologically advanced, comprehensive and caring service to our patients.
Our paediatric plastics consultants also have close links with the Anglia Cleft Lip and Palate service based at Addenbrooke’s, and the Craniofacial service at Great Ormond Street.
We'd love you to join us!
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is one of the largest employers in Norfolk, our staff work together to provide care for our local population.
We have a huge variety of roles, with opportunity for development and career progression.