Mr Titus Adams is a Consultant Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgeon at The Berkshire Independent Hospital in Reading.
Titus Adams has been a Consultant Plastic Surgeon since 2009. His work covers Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Wiltshire. His NHS practice includes the Royal Berkshire Hospital, West Berkshire Hospital and the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. He runs clinics also at The Berkshire Independent Hospital in Reading.
His specialist interest includes skin cancer and its reconstruction and all aspects of breast reconstruction using breast implants and autologous tissue, including microsurgical perforator free flap breast reconstruction. His specialist training included Oxford, Salisbury, Stoke Mandeville, Norwich and the Royal Marsden Hospital in London.
Mr Adams’ Medical School training was at Bristol University, having also acquired an intercalated degree in Anatomical Sciences. Following a year as a junior doctor, he taught Anatomy at Oxford University and then spent 3 years as a basic surgical trainee in the region and in Norwich. With a
Wellcome Trust and British Association of Plastic Surgeons grant, he performed laboratory-based wound healing research at the Phoenix Tissue Repair Unit, at UCH, London in 1994. As the Duke of Kent Research Fellow, he spent 2 years in full-time research investigating the effects of Topical
Negative Pressure Therapy (VAC) on burn wounds at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and London UCH,
gaining his MD Thesis in 2005.
He is a member of BAPRAS and BAAPS and
is fully accredited on the GMC Specialist Register as a Plastic and Cosmetic surgeon.
Royal Berkshire Hospital and John Radcliffe NHS Trusts