Breast Surgery, General Surgery
Mr Tim Davidson is a Consultant Surgeon currently working at the London Clinic, King Edward VII’s Hospital, Harley Street Clinic and the Royal Free Hospital. His areas of specialism are breast surgery, general surgery and plastic surgery and his areas of interest are breast cancer screening, prevention and treatment, immediate and delayed breast reconstruction, benign breast problems, oncoplastic breast surgery and skin lesions, lumps and bumps.
Mr Davidson qualified from Cape Town Medical School and he undertook surgical and oncoplastic training at St George's, Mount Vernon, Kingston, Westminster and Royal Marsden Hospitals. He has Membership of the Royal College of Physicians and Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons and Master in Surgery (ChM).
Mr Tim Davidson is also interested in research regarding risk-reducing breast surgery, medico-legal aspects of breast surgery, intra-operative radiotherapy and per-operative sentinel node biopsy assessment. In addition to his professional work he is interested in art, cinema, music, walking and cycling, photography and architectural design.
Postgraduate qualifications: ChM MRCP FRCS
Mr Tim Davidson is a member of the Association of Breast Surgeons (ABS, UK) and the Oncoplastic Breast Consortium (OPBC, Swiss) And on the postgraduate teaching faculty at the Roysl College of Surgeons.
He is an Honorary Consultant Surgeon at the Royal Free Hospital and was Clinical Lead for breast surgery at the Royal Free from 2000-2016, chairman of the ABS medico-legal subcommittee, and chair of the Royal Free and London Clinic breast MDT meetings.