Miss Victoria Rose is a British-trained, fully accredited consultant plastic surgeon working at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital and King's College Hospital, London. She is on the General Medical Council's specialist register for plastic surgery and is a member of the British Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. Her main area of expertise is complex breast reconstruction.
Miss Rose started her training in plastic surgery in 1998 and worked in a variety of London plastic surgery units as well as the prestigious Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead and the St Andrew's Centre in Chelmsford. During her training she spent time at the MD Anderson in Dallas and Akademikliniken in Stockholm, and was a microsurgical fellow in Taiwan for 15 months.
She obtained her certificate for completion of specialist surgical training in plastic surgery in 2007 and was then appointed as an NHS consultant in a London teaching hospital. She moved to Manchester in 2009 to work at the Nightingale Centre at Wythenshawe Hospital, which is one of the largest breast cancer units in the country. In April 2013 she moved back to London to take the post of Lead for Plastic Surgery Trauma Reconstruction at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.
Miss Rose’s main areas of interest are microsurgical breast reconstruction, complex breast reconstruction, lower limb trauma reconstruction and gynaecological reconstruction, which complements her cosmetic practice. She is actively involved in plastic surgery training and has represented both the London and North West Deaneries. She is also an undergraduate tutor for medical students at King's College Hospital. Miss Rose enjoys scientific research in plastic surgery and has presented at multiple national and international meetings. She is also widely published in scientific journals and surgical textbooks.