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- Breast surgery
Jamie McIntosh is an experienced consultant surgeon and a specialist in all aspects of cosmetic, reconstructive and breast cancer surgery. He is a core member of the breast cancer multidisciplinary team at the RUH in Bath, allowing seemless working with other healthcare professionals is treating patients with breast cancer. Having completed a comprehensive surgical training in the UK he was awarded a prestigious National Oncoplastic Training Fellowship before taking up a substantive consultant position in Bath.
Jamie is also an experienced hernia surgeon and offers repair of inguinal, femoral, umbilical and incisional hernias, under local or general anaesthetic.
Areas of interest
Breast cancer surgery:
Oncoplastic breast surgery - breast conservation, therapeutic mammoplasty, sentinel lymph node biopsy, neo-adjuvant therapy
Breast reconstruction (immediate and delayed) implant / ADM assisted, tissue flap.
Breast enlargement (augmentation)
Breast "lift" (mastopexy)
Correction of asymmetry
(Developmental / post surgical)
Local or general anaesthetic
- Sarah Elliott
- BMI Bath Clinic Claverton Down Road Combe Down BATH BA2 7BR
- 01225 838711
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Surgeon with sub-specialist interest in oncoplastic, reconstructive and cosmetic breast surgery - Royal United Hospital, Bath. BA1 3NG.
Improving outcomes for patients following breast cancer surgery and treatment.
Cell signalling pathways in breast cancer.
Outcomes in oncoplastic breast surgery.
National BASO / BAPRAS oncoplastic breast surgical fellowship
McIntosh J and O’Donoghue J M.
Therapeutic mammoplasty – a systematic review of the evidence.
European Journal of Surgical Oncology. March 2012. Vol 38 (3) 196-202.
McIntosh J, Fide CJ, Fowler CA.
Patient satisfaction with nurse-led follow-up for breast cancer: a questionnaire study.
The Breast Journal. March 2011. Vol 17 (2) 213-4.
McIntosh J, Dennison G, Holly JMP, Jarrett C, Frankow A, Foulstone EJ, Winters ZE, Perks CM.
IGFBP-3 can either inhibit or enhance EGF-mediated growth of breast epithelial cells dependent upon the presence of fibronectin.
Journal of Biological Chemistry. December 2010. Vol 285 (50) 38788-800
McIntosh J, Earnshaw JJ.
Antibiotic Prophylaxis for the Prevention of Infection after Major Limb Amputation.
European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. 2009 Vol 37 (6) 696-703.
Burrows C, Holly JMP ,Lawerence NJ, Vernon EG, Carter JV, Clark MA, McIntosh J, McCaig C, Winters ZE, Perks CM.
IGFBP-3 has opposing actions on malignant and non-malignant breast epithelial cells that are each reversible and dependent upon cholesterol-stabilised integrin receptor complexes.
Endocrinology. July 2006; Vol 147 (7) 3484-3500
McIntosh J, Sylvester P A, Virjee J, Callaway M, Thomas M G.
Pulmonary staging in colorectal cancer – Is computerised tomography the answer?
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. September 2005; Vol 87 (5) 331-333
McIntosh J, Crook T J, Poskitt K R, Whyman M R.
How complete is your graft surveillance?
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. May 2002; Vol 84 (3) 185-186
Ley B E, Jalil N, McIntosh J, Smart A, Wilson M, Foot A B M, Millar M R.
Bolus or infusion teicoplanin for intravascular catheter associated infection in immunocompromised patients?
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy. 1996 (38) 1091 – 1095
- MD University of Bristol 2008
- FRCS (General) Royal College of Surgeons 2010
- MRCS Royal College of Surgeons 2001
- MB CHB University of Bristol 1998
- BSc Honours University of Bristol 1995
- National BAPRAS / BASO Oncoplastic breast surgical fellowship Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle. 2010
Reference number 4549910
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- Association of Breast Surgeons Association of Breast Surgeons 2012
- Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons Royal College of Surgeons 2010
Details of entry to specialist register
- FRCS (General), 2011
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.