Mrs Jacqueline Lewis is a highly skilled, experienced and respected surgeon. She has been a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon at Imperial College NHS Trust Charing Cross Hospital since 2003 and now works fully in the private sector.
She trained at medical school at Trinity College, Dublin. Having graduated in 1986, she embarked on surgical training, attaining FRCS(Glasg) in General Surgery in 1992, FRCS(Plast) in Plastic Surgery in 1999 and was entered onto the Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery in 2001.
She underwent training in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery at Institut Curie (Paris), Gent University Hospital (Belgium) and The Royal Marsden Hospital (London) and aesthetic training in Paris under Gilbert Aiach and Daniel Marchac.
Mrs Jacqueline Lewis is the only female surgeon in the UK with full training in both Plastic Surgery and Breast Surgery. She is considerate and caring, counselling her patients towards realistic expectations. Her careful, professional and honest appraisal is valuable, giving her opinion on all available options for each condition. Her aim is to achieve the most optimal result for each individual.
Mrs Jacqueline Lewis has numerous publications in peer reviewed medical journals and is author of the book The Royal Society of Medicine- Your Guide to Breast Cancer. She has been invited to appear on national television news for her opinion and is regularly featured in national magazines.
She is a member of the following associations:
- BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons),
- BAAPS (British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons),
- ABS (Association of Breast Surgery, formerly BASO),
- ESO (European Society of Surgical Oncology).