MB ChB BSc (Hons) FRCS
I qualified from the University of Bristol in 1995, since then I have undergone extensive training in both the UK and United States in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery. I became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (England) in 2006.
My interests include breast cancer surgery using Oncoplastic techniques, sentinel lymph node biopsy, lipofilling of breast defects (fat transfer), breast reconstruction, nipple reconstruction and nipple tattooing. I am a fully trained breast screening surgeon for the NHS Breast Screening Programme. I am also interested in benign breast work (such as breast pain and nipple discharge) and I enjoy treating teenage girls with breast problems.
In 2008, I won the European Society of Breast Cancer Specialists Travelling Scholarship and spent my time at the Nottingham Breast Institute. I was appointed as an Oncoplastic Breast Consultant at Worcestershire Royal Hospital in 2008 and I was Breast Lead for the county for 10 years. In 2018 I became Clinical Lead for all Cancer Services for the county.
In 2019 I moved to North Bristol NHS Trust to join the Breast Service, based at Southmead Hospital. I am a Trustee for the Association of Breast Surgery and sit on the Clinical Practices and Standards Committee.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Miss Michelle Mullan at Spire include:
Miss Michelle Mullan, Oncoplastic Breast Consultant, describes the symptoms breast cancer usually presents with and what to do if you have these symptoms. She details what tests you would need during diagnosis and the treatment options available. She says breast cancer is very treatable and the earlier it is diagnosed the better.