Mr Jeyaram Srinivasan completed his Medical and General Surgical Training in India. Since 1995, he has been in the Plastic Surgery training in the UK and completed his FRCS qualification – both in General Surgery (in 1998) and in Plastic Surgery (in 2002). He completed a specialist Hand Fellowship at the world renowned Pulvertaft Hand Surgery unit, Derby, as part of his interests. He was appointed as Full time NHS Consultant Plastic Surgeon in 2004 and continues this role to date, at Royal Preston Hospital, Preston.
Mr Srinivasan has developed many new services in the Royal Preston Hospitals in collaboration with his colleagues in the unit and other specialists – in Microvascular reconstructions (for Breast cancer, Head and Neck cancer patients). He also treats patients affected with Facial Palsy in their reconstructive journey.
Aside from his NHS role, Mr Srinivasan has always maintained a keen enthusiasm in Teaching and Training and was involved with RCS Edinburgh in developing and running ‘Training the Trainer’ course for nearly 10 years. He was actively involved in supporting training for generations of Plastic Surgery trainees – through the North West Deanery and via Professional Associations such as BAAPS as Council Member.
He has helped to develop the Professional Behaviours in Aesthetic Surgery (PBAS) Course as part of the Cosmetic Surgery Certification Scheme being run by the RCS England and the other 3 UK Surgical Royal Colleges.
Mr Srinivasan is a Board Member of PRASIS – the professional group supporting Indemnity cover for many Plastic Surgeons in UK. Earlier in 2021, he has been appointed as Clinical Chair of BMI cluster of hospitals in North West region – focusing on maintaining Professionalism and Governance among clinicians.
He has conducted many professional courses in UK and Overseas – notably, running Microsurgery Training workshops in Italy and India. He has been appointed as an Adjunct Faculty in Plastic Surgery at the ESIC Hospital, Hyderabad, India since early 2021.