Mr Ciaran Healy: Plastic surgery
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Mr Ciaran Healy

Plastic surgery

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Specialises in

  • Hand surgery

About me

Upon graduating from Trinity College Dublin medical school in 1981 Mr Ciaran Healy gained experience in a range of surgical specialties prior to commencing training as a Plastic Surgeon. After initially working in Burns and Plastic Surgery Units in South Wales, Bristol and London, he spent two years in full time research into nerve injuries at the Middlesex Hospital Institute of Neurological Studies. This led to a prize winning project for which Mr Healy was awarded a Medical Doctorate. Recommencing Plastic Surgical training at Addenbrooke's Hospital, he was appointed as a Tutor in Anatomy at Gonville and Caius College Cambridge. Mr Healy completed his training across London hospitals including Mount Vernon, UCLH, Great Ormond Street, The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore and The Hand Clinic at Windsor. Since joining St Thomas' Hospital in 1996 as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Mr Healy has continued his professional training by attending meetings and courses and visiting other specialists in their units at home and abroad.

Areas of interest

Cosmetic surgery; Reconstructive surgery; Malignant melanoma; Nasal reconstruction; Skin tumours / cancer ; Hand surgery

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Procedures completed

  • S0633

    Excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue - up to three, Trunk & Limbs (excluding lipoma) - (5-50)

    Wellington Hospital (5-50)

  • S0632

    Excision of lesion of skin or subcutaneous tissue - up to three, Head & Neck (excluding lipoma) - (5-50)

    Wellington Hospital (5-50)

  • S0603

    Primary excision of suspicious/malignant lesion - Trunk & Limbs - (5-50)

    Wellington Hospital (5-50)

  • S0602

    Primary excision of suspicious/malignant lesion - Head & Neck - (5-50)

    Wellington Hospital (1-5)

  • S1500

    Biopsy of skin or subcutaneous tissue - (5-50)

    Wellington Hospital (1-5)

  • S0605

    Secondary excision of malignant lesion - trunk & limbs - (1-5)

    Wellington Hospital (1-5)

  • S4740

    Drainage of large subcutaneous abscess/haematoma - (1-5)

  • S0653

    Removal of benign lesion in muscle or deeper tissue (excluding lipoma) - (1-5)

    Wellington Hospital (1-5)

  • S3500

    Split autograft of skin, trunk and limbs - up to 25cm2 - (1-5)

  • S0656

    Removal of lipoma - (1-5)

    Wellington Hospital (1-5)

  • T6710

    Primary repair of extensor of hand - (1-5)

    Wellington Hospital (1-5)

  • W1800

    Drainage/debridement of bone(s) (including sequestrectomy for osteomyelitis) - (1-5)

  • S4183

    Debridement and primary suture of wound with involvement of deeper tissue - trunk & limbs - (1-5)

    Wellington Hospital (1-5)

  • E0230

    Septorhinoplasty including graft/implant following trauma or excision of tumour (including attention to turbinates) - (1-5)

    Wellington Hospital (1-5)

  • S2002

    Small island flap (less than 9cm2) - (1-5)

  • S0608

    Sentinel lymph node biopsy for melanoma - (1-5)

    Wellington Hospital (1-5)

  • S3622

    Full thickness graft, trunk and limbs - up to 9cm2 in area - (1-5)

    Wellington Hospital (1-5)

  • S5730

    Surgical toilet and debridement of deep wound (including traumatic or post-operative aetiology) - (1-5)

  • T5900

    Excision of ganglion - (1-5)

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