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Mr. Ahid Abood

Professional Description:

Consultant Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon; Complex Limb Reconstruction

Qualifications:

BA (Hons) MBBS MA Cantab MRCS MSc FHEA FRCS(Plast)

Address:
The Spire Lea
30 New Road
Impington
Cambridge
CB24 9EL
Area of work:

Cambridgeshire, Central London and surrounding areas

Details

Mr Ahid Abood continues to accept medico-legal  instructions but, due to the current climate consultations will be via a video call which will be clearly documented in the report.

Mr Ahid Abood is a Consultant Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon and the clinical lead for Major Trauma Reconstruction at Addenbrookes hospital, Cambridge.

Mr Abood is a substantive NHS Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with a special interest in complex reconstruction following trauma and cancer.
His subspecialty areas of expertise include:
- Complex Limb reconstruction
- Amputations.
- Scars.
- Major Trauma.
- Bone Infection.

Alongside his clinical commitment he is also the divisional lead for audit and governance, helping to oversee the delivery of high quality and safe care to patients.

He completed his medical training at Cambridge University and St Mary’s Hospital, London. He has trained extensively both in the UK and international, including a number of prestigious fellowships.

He is widely published and involved in teaching, research & education.

Mr Abood offers consultations in Cambridge and central London

Training

Extensive training, the most recent include; The Anatomy Of Trauma (Convenor) Jan 2016, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Breast Surgery Nov 2013, Canniesburn Microsurgical Workshop Nov 2011

Membership

GMC Reg. Number 4745132 (On Specialist Register), The Royal College of Surgeons, The Royal Society of Medicine, BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons), Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

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