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Mr Adeyinka Molajo

Consultant Plastic Surgeon


Practices at: The Beardwood Hospital, The Beaumont Hospital

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Personal Profile

Adeyinka Molajo is a UK trained Consultant Plastic Surgeon specialising in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the breast and body as well as reconstructive surgery for skin cancer.

Training and Experience

Adeyinka Molajo graduated from St Andrews and Manchester medical schools before embarking on his surgical training.

Adeyinka gained valuable experience across several surgical specialties in units in the North West, Merseyside and London before securing a highly competitive national training number (NTN) in Plastic Surgery in the North West region.

This training programme exposed him to the breadth of plastic surgery and included sought after focused training (fellowship) in aesthetic and cosmetic surgery with respected surgeons in the North West.

After passing the plastic surgery fellowship exam - FRCS(Plast) and gaining entry to the GMC specialist register for Plastic Surgery- he undertook two fellowships in breast reconstruction and microsurgery at John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London.

Current NHS Practice

Adeyinka Molajo is a substantive consultant plastic surgeon at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust where he specialises in breast reconstruction as well as skin cancer care (diagnosis, excision and reconstruction). He also contributes to the busy plastic surgery trauma service.

Clinical Interests

  •  Cosmetic Surgery of the breast including breast augmentation (enlargement), breast reduction, breast uplift
  • Cosmetic Surgery of the Body including abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) liposuction and ‘Mommy makeover’ surgery
  • Skin cancer surgery including reconstruction