Jennifer O’Neill – Plastic Surgeon
Specialist Interests: Skin Cancer, Hand Surgery, Reconstructive Surgery, Aesthetic Treatments
Miss Jennifer O’Neill is a plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon. Being a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS Plast), she is on the GMC’s specialist register for plastic surgery and is a member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS).
Miss O’Neill graduated from Cambridge University (Queens’ College) with a 1st class degree and then completed clinical medical training at Oxford University (New College) in 2000.
Initial surgical training was completed in London, Brighton, Exeter and East Grinstead. Miss O’Neill then visited Melbourne to perform research and earn a Master of Medicine (MMed) on the subject of the lymphatic system before taking up a further surgical training post on the South-West plastic surgery training programme in Bristol and Exeter.
Miss O’Neill’s fellowships were hand surgery in East Grinstead and a microsurgery fellowship performing free tissue transfer to the lower limb in Bristol. She also completed an interface fellowship in reconstructive and cosmetic surgery (Training Interface Group) in Guildford in addition to the Bristol aesthetic fellowship.
Miss O’Neill was awarded both the British and the European hand diplomas following the hand fellowship at Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead.
After becoming a Consultant in 2015, Miss O’Neill worked at Wexham Park Hospital treating hand injuries and skin cancer before becoming a permanent Plastic Surgery Consultant at Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead in 2017. Miss O’Neill is also the Lead Plastic Surgeon for the West Kent Dermatology service.
Miss O’Neill is currently Surgical Tutor for plastic surgery at Queen Victoria Hospital and is part of the simulation teaching faculty. She has postgraduate qualifications in healthcare leadership and medical education.