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Miss Rebecca Shirley

Consultant Plastic Surgeon

MB BS, BSc, FRCS (Plast), Diploma Hand surgery

Practices at: The Chiltern Hospital, The Shelburne Hospital

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Rebecca Shirley is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon. Her NHS practice is based at the Buckinghamshire NHS Trust: including Stoke Mandeville Hospital, The National Spinal Injuries Unit, Wycombe and Amersham Hospitals. 

She has a specialist interest in general plastic surgery, hand surgery, reconstructive surgery for limbs and pressure sores as well as surgery for tetraplegia.

Graduating in 2002 from the University College and Middlesex School of Medicine, London, Rebecca completed her higher specialist training in plastic surgery in which London, Thames Valley and East Midlands Deaneries. She went on to undertake subspecialist fellowship training at some of the most prestigious units in the UK and abroad, including microsurgery at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, Hand surgery at Oxford University Hospitals and Trauma and Reconstructive surgery at the Ganga Hospital in Coimbatore, India. Rebecca has also visited units in Finland, Switzerland, Taiwan and America and travelled to Nepal with the “Working Hands” Charity, which operates on patients with Leprosy to improve hand function. Her training has enabled her to tackle common as well and complex conditions. 

Rebecca is the Lead for Simulation Training for postgraduate doctors at the Thames Valley Deanery and sits on the Education and Training committee for the British Society of Surgery of the Hand (BSSH). Rebecca has also recently been elected to the BSSH council. As part of her NHS work, she has hosted hand symposiums at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, runs regular courses for plastic surgeons in training and has co-hosted a number of the popular Stoke Mandeville Plastic surgery webinar series featuring speakers from all over the world.

Hand surgery including nerve compression dupuytren’s contracture and all aspects of its treatment, surgery for arthritis of the hand, the treatment of upper limb spasticity.

Surgery for hand trauma

Excision of benign lesions and non-melanoma skin cancers

British Society of Surgery of the Hand

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