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Mr Hussein Tuffaha is a Breast Surgeon at Oaks Hospital, Essex who specialises in Oncoplastic Surgery.
Breast Cancer surgery; Onco-Plastic Surgery; lumpectomy; Mastectomy; Reconstruction; Theraputic Mammoplasty; Local flaps; Benign breast conditions; Breast Reduction; Breast Lift; Implant Based Reconstruction, Breast Implant based procedures; Implant Exchange; Fat Transfer and Lipo-filling; Revisional breast and implant surgery; Breast symmetry surgery.
Mr Tuffaha was appointed as a substantive consultant at Ipswich Hospital in April 2018, he has completed his specialty training in London and the East of England in major teaching hospitals including Imperial College Healthcare NHS trust, Royal Free Hospitals NHS trust and NHS Tayside Trust in Scotland.
He completed an Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Fellowship in Frimley Park Hospital after obtaining his CCT (Certificate of Completion of Training).
Mr Tuffaha is an associate member of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers in the Royal College of Edinburgh, and the Association of Breast Surgery and a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons Of England.
He has an active interest in research and has published in peer reviewed journals and presented in national and international conferences.
He covers all aspects of breast benign and malignant diseases, with an extensive repertoire of Oncoplastic and Reconstructive breast procedures.
Mr Tuffaha's areas of interest and expertise focuses on achieving safe cancer outcomes while obtaining the best cosmetic result for the patient.
CCT General Medical Council 2017
FRCS Royal College of Surgeons Of England 2016
PG Cert Oncoplastic Breast Suregry University Of East Anglia 2018
MB-BS Jordan University Of Science and Technology 2004
Association Of Breast Surgery (ABS)
Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCSeng)
Associate member of the Faculty of surgical trainers, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
The Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland (ASGBI)
The Ipswich Hospital, East Suffolk and North Essex Foundation Trust