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Mr Thomas Chapman

Education and training

Mr. Chapman graduated from Bristol Medical School passing his degree with Honours, as well as achieving an additional degree in Physiology with First Class Honours.

During his twelve years of training, Mr. Chapman has not only completed traditional surgical training, but also further intensive surgical training which led to passing both the MRCS and securing the award of FRCS (Plast) respectively.

Post recognition by the GMC as a specialist in 2009, in the two years following, Mr. Chapman went on to undertake both prestigious and competitive fellowships. He acquired this further academic training in the latest techniques at internationally renowned centres of London (Marsden) and Nottingham, as well as in Italy. This was supported by a scholarship from the Royal College of Surgeons and a bursary from BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic Surgeons), of which he is a full member.

Mr. Chapman currently holds a position as a senior lecturer at Bristol University Medical School. Not only does he have over 30 peer-review publications, he also contributes to medical texts and guidance for surgeons and is also honoured to have been invited to speak at a plethora of international and national meetings and courses. Furthermore, Mr. Chapman is actively involved in the national selection of trainees in plastic surgery as well as local annual review of trainees competency (ARCP).

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Member of

  • Member of FRCS (Plast)
  • Member of BAPRAS

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of medicine and Surgery (MBChB)
  • Membership examination of the Royal College of Surgeons

Outside of surgery

Mr. Chapman’s eye for detail expands beyond his career and into his personal love of all things intricate – in particular, his passion for repairing clocks. Enthused by the meticulous, precise process and with a keen appreciation for the beauty of the mechanics, Mr. Chapman takes the greatest satisfaction in resurrecting these once forgotten timepieces to restore them to their former glory.

Testament to his creative flair in both the world of music as an avid pianist, and in the art world, Mr Chapman is proud to have won a number of amateur awards.

Giving his time to charitable work is another passion of his, which takes him to parts of the developing world. Here he can lend his expert skills to those less fortunate by offering reconstructive surgery, as well as helping local surgeons to learn how to perform surgical procedures.

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My Weightloss Story

Thomas’ Weightloss Story

There’s nothing quite like first hand experience. Our resident plastic surgeon Mr Thomas Chapman spent a lifetime battling with his weight - click below to read his inspirational story and find out how he went from fighting fat, to fighting fit.

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Reshape & Restore
My Weightloss Story

Thomas’ Weightloss Story

Reshape & Restore

There’s nothing quite like first hand experience. Our resident plastic surgeon Mr Thomas Chapman spent a lifetime battling with his weight - click below to read his inspirational story and find out how he went from fighting fat, to fighting fit.

Read more