Professor Gerard John Byrne

Professor Gerard John Byrne

Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon
MB ChB, MD, FRCS (gen surg), NTF, FHEA, MAME

Practising at

Spire Manchester Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Professor Gerard John Byrne at Spire include:

General surgery

Cosmetic surgery

Other treatments

Congenital assymetry correction

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Professional profile

I have been an established Oncoplastic and Aesthetic Breast Specialist at Spire Manchester Hospital for over 10 years. There is a team of breast care nursing and outpatient staff available at Spire Manchester Hospital, who are specifically focused on making sure that my patients have the most compassionate and highest quality care available.

I am highly experienced in breast cancer and breast reconstruction procedures, as well as cosmetic breast surgery procedures including, breast augmentations, breast reductions and other symptomatic and cosmetic breast procedures.

I have a particular interest in surgical training and medical education and I am the Founder Director of The Academy at University Hospital South Manchester and an Associate Dean at the University of Manchester. I also have a deep commitment to low income countries and spends some time each year in sub-Saharan Africa and South West Asia assisting the improvement of healthcare systems.

Clinical Interests

Breast cancer
Breast care
Breast surgery
Benign breast problems
Cosmetic breast surgery

Private contact details

Private secretary Zoe Metcalf
Private secretary telephone 0161 447 6757
Private secretary fax 0161 447 6771
Private secretary email
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Current NHS posts

Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon, Nightingale Centre & Genesis Breast Cancer Prevention Centre, University Hospital South Manchester

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Personal Profile

I am a keen reader, and I have a particular interest in English, Italian and French history. I have been a competitive amateur golfer since I was a young boy but I find it increasingly difficult to maintain the skills I acquired many years ago!

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