Mr Harun Thomas

Mr Harun Thomas

Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon
MBBS, MS (Oncoplastics), FRCS

Practising at

Spire Wellesley Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Harun Thomas at Spire include:

Breast care and surgery

Other treatments

I specialise exclusively in diseases of the breast and provide consultations and surgery for;
Therapeutic Mammaplasty (Breast reduction or uplift along with breast cancer removal)
Breast pain
Family history and screening for breast cancer
Axillary clearance
Breast reconstruction using implant
Breast Reconstruction using Latissimus Dorsi Flap
Breast Oncology
Capsulectomy and
Breast Screening and Awareness

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Professional profile

I am the Clinical Lead and Consultant in Breast Surgery at Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. I carry out more than 250 breast cancer surgeries every year and see more than 1,500 ladies with breast symptoms every year. I am one of the first surgeons in the United Kingdom to successfully complete both the Masters in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery (Europe's highest qualification in Oncoplastic breast and the prestigious UK National TIG Oncoplastic fellowship. I specialise exclusively in breast surgery covering all aspects of breast care including breast cancer, benign breast diseases, family history of breast cancer, risk reducing mastectomy, breast reconstruction and implant based breast surgery. My special interest is therapeutic mammaplasty (use of plastic surgical techniques to provide best outcomes after breast cancer surgery).

I specialise in all aspects of breast surgery including breast cancer, breast reconstruction, benign breast diseases, one stop breast assessment, breast screening, breast lump evaluation, evaluation of breast pain and nipple discharge, pregnancy associated breast problems, male breast diseases and gynaecomastia. I perform all breast surgical procedures including mastectomy, breast conservation, wide local excision (lumpectomy); sentinel lymph node biopsy, axillary surgery, therapeutic mammaplasty, risk reducing mastectomy and breast implant surgery.

I was the President of the UK Breast Surgery Trainees association (The Mammary Fold) and the Ex-officio committee member of the Association of Breast Surgery, UK in 2014-15. During this role I led this group of around 500 members in various educational and research activities and interacted with the leading breast surgeons in UK.

I am a faculty for the Masters in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery (University of East Anglia) course. I also provide a one-stop breast clinic service at Spire Wellesley Hospital for those who have concerns regarding their breast health.

Clinical Interests

Specical Clinical Interests: Breast care

Private contact details

Telephone Spire Wellesley insured patients: 01702 447 921, Spire Wellesley self pay patients: 01702 447 926
Private secretary Helen Frankel
Private secretary telephone 07968 312 069
Private secretary fax 01702 414 883
Private secretary email

Media Coverage

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Qualification and professional memberships

FRCS / Royal College of Surgeons, England / 2013
Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons

MBBS / Kerala University / 1999
Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery

MS (General Surgery) / MGR University / 2003
Master of Surgery

MS (Oncoplastic Breast Surgery) / University of East Anglia, Norwich / 2015
Master of Surgery

Diplomate of National Board in General Surgery / New Delhi / 2003
National Board of Examinations

Professional memberships

Association of Breast Surgery, UK

Professional leadership

President, UK Breast Surgery Trainees Association from 2014-2015

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Current NHS posts

Clinical Lead in Breast Surgery, Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 

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Research and Publication


Implant loss rates within and after three months following surgery: Are new targets required? EJSO 2014, 40(5): 627

Microbiological spectra of micro-organisms associated with breast implant loss. EJSO 2014, 40(5): 627

A multidisciplinary approach to risk reducing surgery- Lessons from a two year retrospective review. EJSO 2014, 40(5): 645

Systematic review of sentinel lymph node biopsy in pregnancy associated breast cancer. EJSO 2012,

Variation in the management of ductal carcinoma in situ in the UK: Results of the Mammary Fold National Practice Survey, European Journal of Surgical Oncology

More information on Therapeutic Mammaplasty

More information on Axillary Clearance

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Personal Profile

I spend my spare time with my wife and two children enjoying an occasional game of badminton and chess.

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