Miss Judith Hunter

Jude Hunter

Plastic surgery


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About me

Miss Judith Hunter has been a consultant at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust since January 2015. She graduated from the University of Cambridge with a first class degree, and trained for over 10 years in plastic and reconstructive surgery in Cambridge, Swansea and London. She attained her FRCS(Plast) in 2011 and achieved her specialist registration in plastic surgery in 2013. She is trained to a very high level in microsurgery, having undertaken three microsurgery fellowships at the Royal Marsden and St Thomas’ hospitals in London and a year in Melbourne, Australia. For this she was awarded the Ellison-Cliffe Travelling Fellowship from the Royal Society of Medicine.
Miss Hunter has a special interest in all forms of breast reconstruction, especially using free tissue transfer (Dieps, transverse upper gracilis (TUGs)) as well as body contouring surgery after massive weight loss. She supports the major trauma centre on call for lower limb trauma as well as visiting Hammersmith Hospital to aid with complex wound repair. She is proud of maintaining the high quality expected at the Trust and enjoys working holistically with patients and other specialties. She uses these skills to enhance her cosmetic practice, which includes body contouring (liposuction, abdominoplasty, thigh, body, inner arm, buttock lifts), fat transfer, breast reduction, breast augmentation, breast asymmetry correction, labiaplasty, pinnaplasty, scar revision. Having carried out her research degree in early detection of skin cancer, she is also one of the surgeons in the private Skin health UK network, seeing patients referred with moles for removal.
Miss Hunter has been able to develop her interest in teaching, having been formally trained to teach as a junior doctor in Cambridge. In her current post she has overseen the teaching rota, co-ordinated a microsurgical simulation training day, become a faculty member for clinical skills teaching and of the international master’s in oncoplastic breast surgery microsurgery, a judge at a national core trainee competition run by the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS), faculty at the Imperial FRCS(Plast) viva and ST3 selection interview courses, set up a microsurgery simulation lab, organised anatomy teaching and set up a new cadaveric flap course in the anatomy department. From the research perspective, she has an MD research degree from Cambridge, and continues to contribute to the plastic surgery literature, with over 30 papers in peer reviewed publications and over 25 presentations at national and international academic meetings. She has introduced a new breast reconstruction spoke clinic at Northwick Park Hospital with the local breast surgeons, which is smoothing the patient pathway for patients who live in north west London.

Areas of interest

breast reconstruction; microsurgery; breast reduction; breast uplift; breast asymmetry surgery; breast augmentation; abdominoplasty; skin cancer; inner thigh lift; brachioplasties; pinnaplasty; labiaplasty; fat transfer; liposuction

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  • S0633

    Excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue - up to three, Trunk & Limbs (excluding lipoma) - (1-5)

    Charing Cross Hospital (1-5)

  • S0632

    Excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue - up to three, Head & Neck (excluding lipoma) - (1-5)

    Charing Cross Hospital (1-5)

  • T8520

    Block dissection of axillary lymph nodes (axillary clearance) levels 1 to 3 - (1-5)

    Charing Cross Hospital (1-5)

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