Mr Shivram Singh

Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive & Hand Surgeon​

MBBS, FRCSI, FRCS (Plast), Dip in Hand Surgery (FESSH – Europe), Dip in Managment, BTEC Lasers

Mr Shivram Singh

Professional Profile

Mr Singh is a Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgeon at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Birmingham. His NHS practice includes major reconstruction following Skin and Breast cancer surgeries and trauma. He is a well established microsurgeon and regularly performs microvascular reconstruction.

Mr Shivram Singh began his career in Plastic Surgery in the reputed Plastic Surgery centre in Belfast. Following this, Mr Singh worked as a plastic surgeon in hospitals throughout Northern Ireland, Scotland and England as part of a formal and intensive training course. This program involved a vigorous training in General Plastic, Reconstructive & Cosmetic procedures.

Dr. Singh undertook various fellowships in Plastic & Cosmetic to enhance and augment his skills, and complete his training as a Reconstructive and Cosmetic plastic surgeon. This culminated in his acceptance as a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Plastic Surgery in September 2006. He also received the Diploma in Hand Surgery from the European Board of Plastic Surgeon in 2008.

He is fully accredited and on the GMC specialist register.

Mr Singh has been invited to perform and demonstrate his skills of microvascular reconstruction on TV programmes on several occasions.

Mr Singh is keen flyer and plays several sports like badminton and cricket in his spare time.

Mr Singh is also a full Member of the:

• General Medical Council (Specialist Registration Plastic Surgery)
• British Association of Plastic Surgeons

NHS Practice

He specialises in Breast Reconstruction work including Implants, Back Muscle Flap, TRAM Flap, DIEP Flap, Fat Transfer and Nipple Reconstruction.

Cosmetic Procedures

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