Why Choose Ms Jemec
Ms Barbara Jemec, FRCS (Plast), EBOPRAS, MD, obtained her Medical Degree from Copenhagen University in 1991, but has undertaken all her postgraduate training in the UK.
Ms Barbara Jemec has been invited to present and publish in the field of Plastic Surgery on both a National and International level and has been teaching at the Royal College of Surgeons on several courses.
She was the Founding Chairman of the BFIRST , the BAPRAS charity, a member of the BSSH and BAPRAS Council, the Plastic Surgical section of the Royal Society of Medicine (where she was the President in 2012), the Specialist Training Committee for London and represented Plastic Surgery on the BMA Surgical Specialities Subcommittee of the BMA Central Consultants & Specialists Committee.
She currently sits as a member of Council for BAPRAS and is the Regional Speciality Advisor for Plastic Surgery for London for the Royal College of Surgeons.
A Few Words About Ms Jemec
She passed the examinations for admission as a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1995 (FRCS), the Specialist Intercollegiate examination in Plastic Surgery in 2002 (FRCS(Plast)) and the European Board Examination in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery in 2003 (EBOPRAS).
She was awarded a M.D. for her research into Dupuytren’s Disease by the University of London in 2000.
She has been a Consultant in the National Health Service and on the Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery of the UK General Medical Council (number 4052812) since January 2004. Her NHS base is the Royal Free Hospital on Pond Street.
Ms Barbara Jemec has been invited to present and publish in the field of Plastic Surgery on both a National and International level and she has taught at the Royal College of Surgeons on several courses.
Her passion outside the NHS is training plastic surgeons in resource poor countries in reconstructive surgery and she has worked in Ghana, Bolivia, Mali, Sierra Leone and Bangladesh (please see below).
Ms Barbara Jemec’s areas of specialist interest include Plastic Reconstructive (skin cancer and post gynaecological cancer), Hand Surgery and Aesthetic (body and breast).
BAAPS (British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons)
BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons)
BSSH (British Society for Surgery of the Hand)
BMA (British Medical Association)
- Ghana Project
- Bolivia Project
- Mali Project
- Sierra Leone
- British Foundation for International Reconstructive Surgery and Training: BFIRST
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You should also be at your optimal weight. If you are overweight, the complication rate unfortunately becomes higher.
Every operation leaves a scar.
The scar may be hidden to be less conspicuous, but it is still there.