London Independent Plastic Surgery | Plastic Surgery Harley Street | Roy Ng | Royal College
About London Independent Plastic Surgery and Mr Roy Ng
Mr Roy Ng, Blond McIndoe Centre, Hunterian Professorship, Royal College of Surgeons of England, Magdalen College, University of Oxford,
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Consultant Plastic Surgeon

MA(Cantab), BMBCh(Oxon),
DM(Oxon), FRCS(Eng), FRCS(Plast)




3326576 – Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery


Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England


British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons


British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons

Mr Roy Ng is a graduate of both Cambridge and Oxford Universities. He was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, where, as a clinical medical student, he was awarded prizes in Pathology and Surgery.

After qualifying, Mr Ng completed his general surgical training in Bristol, and moved on to the Blond McIndoe Centre in East Grinstead, where he conducted research into wound healing and skin replacement for his doctoral thesis.


This work earned him a DM, one of Oxford’s highest postgraduate degrees, and a prestigious Hunterian Professorship, awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons of England.


Mr Ng subsequently trained in plastic and aesthetic surgery in London, and went on to complete a further year of subspecialty training in the USA.

He currently holds the position of Consultant Plastic Surgeon at one of London’s largest teaching hospitals, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Trust, and is a full member of BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons) and BAAPS (British association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons). He is a past Chairman of the Specialty Training Committee for Plastic Surgery in London.

I strive to create natural looking, long lasting results—and most importantly—to achieve each patient's unique goals

Mr Ng consults privately at 70 Harley Street, where he sees patients for cosmetic and reconstructive procedures.





Medical School (1983-1989)

Downing College,
University of Cambridge.

(PreClinical Medicine)

Basic medical qualification. Provisional registration with General Medical Council of Great Britain (GMC).

Magdalen College,
University of Oxford.

BM BCH (Oxon)
(Clinical Medicine)
House Officer post in NHS (1989-1990)

City Hospital, Stoke on Trent.
John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.

Full registration with the GMC.
Basic Surgical Training (1991-1994)

John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.

Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol.

St Lawrence Hospital, Chepstow.

FRCS (Eng)

General surgical training. On completion the junior surgeon will choose which specialisation to follow eg Cardiac surgery, Plastic surgery.
Research (1994-1996)

Blond McIndoe Centre,
East Grinstead.

DM (Oxon)

Doctoral Thesis, awarded for research into wound healing.

Higher Surgical

A Hunterian Professorship is a prestigious award for excellence in research.

Mount Vernon Hospital, Middlesex

University College Hospital, London.

Royal Free Hospital, London.
FRCS (Plast)
Official recognition as a Plastic surgeon by the GMC, which allows registration on the Specialist Register. This qualification ensures that your surgeon is a fully qualified plastic surgeon.

MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas, USA.

Reconstructive Microsurgery Fellowship
Specialist training in reconstructive plastic surgery for cancer patients.

Great Ormond Street Hospital, London.

Paediatric Fellowship
Specialist training in plastic surgery for children with facial deformities.

The Wellington Hospital, London.

Cosmetic Surgery Fellowship
Specialist training in cosmetic surgery under the guidance of the UK’s leading plastic surgeons.