Mr Steven Thrush
Consultant Breast Surgeon
MBBS, FRCS (Gen surg), FuW
I have been a Consultant Surgeon at Worcester since 2004, specialising in the diagnosis and management of breast cancer and benign conditions, breast reconstruction and improving results following all types of breast surgery, through a complete, holistic approach.
As a specialist oncoplastic breast surgeon I introduced reconstructive breast surgery and the concept of Oncoplastic Breast surgery (balancing good cosmetic results with optimal oncological surgery) to Worcestershire.
I have gained a national reputation for my surgical expertise (being listed in the Daily Mail's top reconstruction surgeons) and as a doctor (making the final of Best Doctor, BBC One Show).
As a teacher I have been awarded a Mentor Award for Teaching from University of Worcester, I am a director for the Association of Breast Surgeons Oncoplastic Surgery Training and module lead for the Masters in Oncoplastic Surgery at the University of East Anglia.
In 2009 I started a campaign to build a dedicated breast unit for Worcestershire. In 2016, having raised over £1.5 million the unit opened and we still continue to raise funds to support all those affected by breast cancer.
In 2015 I was approached to work in London undertaking cosmetic breast surgery. I still undertake this work and have gained an excellent reputation for my results but also for my caring and thorough approach.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Steven Thrush at Spire include:
Breast care and surgery
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FRCS. (GenSurg) / Royal College of Surgeons of England / 2004
Fellow of College
Consultant, Worcester Royal Hospital.
Lecturer, University of East Anglia.
Lecturer, University of Worcester.
Fellow, University of Worcester.
Outside of my professional fields, I am married and have three children. I enjoy participating in rowing (Upton Rowing Club), running, tennis and 5-aside. I enjoy watching rugby, cricket and opera.