Medical qualifications

Mr Giles Davies qualified in 1997 with an intercalated BSc and was awarded the William Brown and Devitt-Pendlebury Exhibition from St George’s Hospital. His subsequent higher surgical training was spent in rotation at the South West Thames Specialist Registrar Rotation and at the Royal Marsden Hospital where he was awarded his MD. Following this Mr Davies received an international fellowship to train in oncoplastic breast surgery at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Australia.

Medical Experience and Training

Mr Davies is a specialist in breast cancer surgery and performs 500 breast reconstruction procedures annually. He has a particular clinical interest in breast surgery both for breast cancer and cosmetic purposes. He currently treats patients at 108, Harley Street, The Royal Marsden Hospital and is an Honorary Consultant at the Kingston Hospital.
 

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Mr Giles Davies's Places of Practice

1

108 Harley Street, Medical Chambers

108 Medical Chambers
108 Harley Street
London
UK
W1G 7ET
Private
 
2

Parkside Hospital

53 Parkside
London
SW19 5NX
Private
 

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