Mrs Penelope Mcmanus

Consultant Breast Surgeon

MB ChB Liverpool Advanced trauma life support, FRCS (England), FRCS (General Surgery)

Specialises in

  • Breast lump removal
  • Mastectomy
  • Breast reconstruction following mastectomy
  • Breast enlargement
  • Breast reduction

I qualified from Liverpool University Medical School in 1990 and have been a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon in Hull since 2004 specialising in breast reconstruction and aesthetic surgery.

I have helped to pioneer the technique of fat transfer for breast reconstruction and asymmetry and have lectured on this both in the UK and abroad.  I teach the technique on the Royal College of Surgeons Speciality Skills Course, of which I am a regular faculty member.

I have recently been involved in the RCS work around standards in cosmetic surgery following the PIP scandal, and have helped to produce patient information on cosmetic breast procedures for NHS Choices.

I am a member of the Association of Breast Surgeons and Women in Surgery.


General Medical Council Number: C3487297

Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mrs Penelope Mcmanus at Spire include:

Breast care and surgery

Cosmetic surgery

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Additional information

Breast care
Benign breast problems
Breast cancer
Breast surgery
Cosmetic breast surgery
Non-surgical cosmetic treatment

I undertake voluntary work every year in Pakistan, where I treat local women and train local nurses and doctors.