Mr Remoundos works closely with a dedicated team which includes radiologists and a breast specialist nurse, to provide a one-stop breast clinic with exceptional levels of care and expertise. Felicity Snell, his PA, is always available to assist with any enquiries and make arrangements to ensure your visit to the clinic is as easy as possible.
Patients undergoing a biopsy are being discussed in a multidisciplinary team meeting to ensure high standard of practice and compliance with national recommendations.
Mr Dennis Remoundos – Surgeon
Ms Felicity Snell – PA
Mrs Tracy Smith – Breast Specialist Nurse
Dr Rosie Adams – Radiologist
Dr Madhu Battacharyya – Radiologist
Dr Louise Wilkinson – Radiologist
Mr Dennis Remoundos
Mr Dionysios-Dennis Remoundos is a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon at Oxford University Hospitals, taking up his appointment in 2016. He is the current lead of the breast cancer multidisciplinary team (MDT), playing a pivotal role in ensuring that patients are treated quickly and to a high standard, according to national targets.
He obtained his medical degree from Trinity College, Cambridge. After working in London and Suffolk, Mr Remoundos settled in Oxford where he completed his Higher Surgical Training as a General Surgeon with a specialty interest in Breast Surgery.
He is a trained Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon, able to use plastic surgery techniques for improved cosmesis after breast cancer surgery. He completed a prestigious TIG Fellowship at St. James’s Hospital, Leeds, prior to a further fellowship in Oxford, refining his techniques of breast conservation and reconstruction.
Mr Remoundos treats both men and women for benign breast conditions and complaints, including pain, breast lumps, nipple discharge, nipple inversion, gynaecomastia and breast infection. He specialises in the treatment of breast cancer, offering oncoplastic breast conservation, reconstructive surgery, risk-reducing surgery and symmetrising surgery.
Furthermore, Mr Remoundos offers consultations regarding aesthetic breast surgery, including breast reduction, breast augmentation (enlargement) and mastopexy (breast lift).