Overview

  • 20 years of practice
  • Examines on the West Midlands Advanced Plastic Surgery Course
  • Clinical Lead for plastic surgery at University Hospital, Birmingham

Personal

  • “Darren Lewis is widely experienced in all aspects of general plastic surgery procedures, especially in breast surgery, reconstructive surgery, burn care, general skin surgery including skin cancers, and body contouring after massive weight loss. He is a member of the skin cancer multidisciplinary team (MDT) at New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton. In his private practice, Darren covers the region of the West Midlands especially Worcester, Wolverhampton, Solihull and Birmingham where he specialises in body contouring surgery, cosmetic breast surgery, skin lesion removal (including skin cancers) and scar revision. Darren began his surgical career in Stoke-on-Trent before moving to Newcastle upon Tyne to complete his Higher Surgical Training in Plastic Surgery, obtaining the FRCS fellowship qualification in surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. During his time at Newcastle, Darren developed a sub-specialist interest in Burn Care and began his research into ways of improving outcomes for burns victims. This culminated in a post-graduate Fellowship at the prestigious Western Australia Burns Service. His current research interests include tissue engineering, cell culture technology and looking at ways of improving scarring outcomes. Darren is actively involved in training plastic surgery registrars and examines on the West Midlands Advanced Plastic Surgery Course. He is also a Module Director on the Warwick University MSc Health Sciences (Plastic Surgery) degree programme.”

  • GMC number

    4529026
  • Societies

    BAAPS help  (British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons)
    BAPRAS help  (British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons)
  • Presentations

    Next to Cosmetic Surgery, Mr Lewis specialises in Burn Care, researching tissue engineering, cell culture technology and looking at ways of improving scarring outcomes.