Mr Amir Tadros
Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgeon/Founder
Having initially qualified from King's College, London, Mr Tadros has trained since 1998 in Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgery at some of the world's most renowned Plastic Surgery Institutions such as St Thomas' Hospital, London and the Canniesburn Plastic Surgery Unit. He achieved Consultant Status in 2011. He has further enhanced his aesthetic surgery training in Dallas and Athens.
Mr Tadros has been awarded a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Plastic Surgery (FRCS (plast)). He has dual membership of BAPRAS and BAAPS and holds a diploma in hand surgery. He is the founder and director of the International Aberdeen Flap Course aimed at training plastic surgeons in cutting-edge reconstructive techniques. He is the co-founder and faculty member of the Aberdeen Hand Trauma Course , aimed at training Plastic and Orthopaedic Surgeons in Hand Surgery.
Mr Tadros worked as the clinical director for Plastic Surgery and Neurosurgery at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, specialising in Children's and Adult's Hand Surgery, Breast Reconstruction, Skin Cancers and Facial Reconstruction. He is also a Senior Lecturer at Deakin University Medical School. He currently practices at the Albyn Hospital in Aberdeen, London Bridge Hospital with clinics at the Shard and King's Park Hospital in Stirling.
Mr Tadros is currently working at Barwon University Teaching Hospital specialising in complex mandibular, maxillary and oesophageal head and neck reconstruction as well as complex trauma. He also works at the St John of God private hospitals in Geelong and Ballarat, Melbourne , Victoria.
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