Mr Edmund Fitzgerald O'Connor is a highly experienced Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with a special interest in complex microsurgical reconstruction. He currently works for the NHS at Guys & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust and Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He carries out private clinics at both St Thomas’ Hospital and BMI The Blackheath Hospital, as a result, his clinics are easily accessible for patients across the London area.
Qualifying with an undergraduate medical degree from St Georges University of London and following his basic surgical training, Mr Fitzgerald O’Connor went on to carry out his higher surgical training on the Pan Thames Plastic Surgery Training Program. To further develop his skills, he completed microsurgical fellowships at the Royal London Hospital & Royal Perth Hospital in Australia. These focussed on trauma reconstruction, breast reconstruction, hand surgery and aesthetic surgery. Mr Fitzgerald O’Connor became a Consultant Plastic Surgeon in Australia before returning to the UK to take an active role in developing the plastic surgery services at Kings & St Thomas’.
Currently, his work in the NHS is based around major trauma reconstruction. However, he has a wide range of skills with experience in breast reconstruction, hand injuries, post weight loss surgery, skin cancer and general plastic surgery.
MBBS St Georges University of London (2008)
MRCS Royal College of Surgeons England (2009)
B.Sc Psychology - University of Edinburgh
FRCS PLAST - Royal College of Surgeons England - Plastic Surgery (2016)
BAAPS - British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons
Mr Fitzgerald is a highly-skilled plastic surgeon who performs work of the highest quality. We work together as part of the Orthoplastics team at King's College Hospital: Once the bone has been fixed by the orthopaedic surgeon, I have the utmost confidence in Mr Fitzgerald protecting that fixation with excellent soft-tissue coverage.