Miss Payne has dedicated her training to achieve a high standard in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery.
Miss Payne attended QMC (London University) to obtain a First class BSc(Hons) degree in Genetics, then completed her medical degree St Thomas’s and Guys hospitals in 1994 followed by a Masters degree at UCL, London. In 2007 Miss Payne became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in plastic surgery FRCS(Plast) and is listed on the GMC Specialist Register.
Two fellowships fine-tuned Miss Payne's training: a year at Toronto General/Mount Sinai Hospitals, Canada, specializing in Microsurgery, Breast Reconstruction and Head and Neck Surgery, and another in cosmetic surgery at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
As well as being the Head of Plastic Surgery and Lead in breast reconstruction at St Bartholomew’s and Royal London Hospitals, Miss Payne's specialist area is in procedures such as breast enlargement/reduction, breast symmetrisation, lipofilling, tummy-tuck, liposuction, body sculpting and corrective surgery after massive weight-loss. All of which Miss Payne performs at the Spire Roding Hospital. Miss Payne has peer-review publications, co-authored book chapters and has been invited to lecture at national and international meetings on a variety of topics in aesthetic and plastic surgery.
Miss Payne is head of the department at Barts and the Royal London Hospitals including the clinical lead for Breast aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. Miss Payne performs all aspects of breast surgery from reconstruction to asymmetry and cosmetic surgery. Miss Payne also have a specialised field in surgery to correct prominent skin folds after excessive weight loss. Miss Payne also run a clinic for Botox and Fillers and also for the evaluation and removal of facial and body skin lesions. Miss Payne has a Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons of England in cosmetic surgery. As part of Miss Payne's practice at the Royal London sher is joint lead in the reconstruction of the lower limb after trauma or tumour removal.