Mr Roy Ng


Mr Roy Ng is a graduate of both Cambridge and Oxford Universities.

He was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, where, as a clinical medical student, he was awarded prizes in Pathology and Surgery.

After qualifying, Mr Ng completed his general surgical training in Bristol, and moved on to the Blond McIndoe Centre in East Grinstead, where he conducted research into wound healing and skin replacement for his doctoral thesis. This work earned him a DM, one of Oxford’s highest postgraduate degrees, and a prestigious Hunterian Professorship, awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Mr Ng subsequently trained in plastic and aesthetic surgery in London, and went on to complete a further year of subspecialty training in the USA.

He currently holds the position of Consultant Plastic Surgeon at one of London’s largest teaching hospitals, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Trust, and is a full member of BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons) and BAAPS (British association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons).

He is a past Chairman of the Specialty Training Committee for Plastic Surgery in London.Mr Ng consults privately at 70 Harley Street, where he sees patients for cosmetic and reconstructive procedures.

A full curriculum vitae is available upon request.