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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Ms Sunita Shrotria at Spire include:
I did my initial medical training at St Marys Hospital in Paddington, London. My current NHS base is Ashford & St Peters Hospital. Over the years I have performed many successful operations and have pioneered many advances in breast cancer management, including scar-less and minimal scar breast surgery - including male breast cancer surgery. I am able to perform surgery without drains and, where possible, try to operate and discharge patients home on the same day.
Being known in specialty for innovation and excellence in health delivery, I have been featured on the Chief Medical Officer’s website as a role model. I have also been awarded a ‘Pioneer in Patient care’ by the British Medical Association. I also have a specialist interest in cosmetic and reconstruction surgery.
I have been invited to speak on major TV channels such as the BBC, Channel 5 and Sky. I also featured on local and national radio stations speaking on breast health.
I run a One Stop breast clinic for quick diagnosis of breast cancer and am supported by an excellent team, including a breast care specialist nurse.
I perform breast enlargements, breast reductions and breast uplifts - for both female and male patients.
Special clinical interests: Breast surgery, including mastectomy and sentinel lymph node biopsy.
General Medical Council
BASO ~ The Association for Cancer Surgery
Royal Society of Medicine
British Medical Association
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11 February 2020
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