Dr Maisam Fazel is a Consultant Onco Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with a unique background in both breast and plastic surgery. Maisam Fazel was at Oakham School before going up to Cambridge University to read medicine. He graduated in 2000 with the University Prize in Surgery and later trained at leading teaching hospitals in London, Paris & Milan. He was then selected for the National Onco Plastic Fellowship at the world famous Nottingham Breast & Reconstruction Unit, where as part of the Plastic Surgery department, he developed his skills in onco plastic and breast reconstruction surgery. He was one of the few surgeons to be awarded the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons Fellowship. To further his training, Maisam Fazel undertook an additional reconstructive surgery fellowship in the United States where he worked with internationally re-known surgeons.

 Dr Amrita Kumar has been a Consultant Breast Radiologist at King Edward VII Hospital in Windsor, part of Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust since 2013. She completed her undergraduate medical degree at Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’ Medical School, and also has an Intercalated BSc in Management and  MSc in Surgical Technology from Imperial College London. Amrita undertook her Radiology training at University College Hospital London, attaining her breast imaging fellowship at Northwick Park Hospital. She has been involved in research from an early stage being awarded the Royal College of Radiologists Kodak Radiology Fund Scholarship in 2008 and British Society of Interventional Radiology Research Grant Award in 2010. Amrita went on to be appointed as a founding member of the National Trainee Committee at the British Institute of Radiology. She has been selected for NHS London’s prestigious mentoring Scheme ‘Prepare to Lead’ as well as the Royal College of Radiologist Leadership Fellowship.