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Breast Surgery


Welcome and introduction

Welcome, we hope your time with us will be both rewarding and enjoyable. The purpose of this handbook is to provide you with basic information about the department, but it is not exhaustive. The breast team are all very approachable and the consultants are all very “hands on” with their patients, if you are unsure about anything with any of their patients, always feel free to ask!

Contributions and acknowledgements

Dr Hannah Lennon


Consultant Breast Surgeons

Mrs Claudia Harding-Mackean HARC

Miss Liz Redmond REDL

Mrs Jo Seward SEWJ

Breast Registrar


Consultant Radiologist

Dr Grizzly Alonso-Fiel

Breast Physician

Dr Sally Bundred

Consultant Radiographer

Mrs Judith Kelly

Breast Care Nurses

Mrs Lisa Barratt-Prew

Miss Emma Woodhall

Mrs Nicky Probert

Breast Care Support Nurse

Mrs Jane Goodacre

Breast Assistant

Mrs Tracey Youde


Breast Contact Numbers

Breast Secretaries Ext 5460

Breast Care Nurses 3256

Breast registrar & consultants – mobiles via switch


Weekly Timetable

Breast MDT every Wednesday 1300 – Radiology Seminar Room

Thyroid MDT 2nd + 4th Wednesday of each month 0830

Surgery Weekly Teaching Monday 1230 – Bariatric Seminar Room


Computer Access

Systems you need access too and contact details for those who will help

Meditech – at induction, IT 5114

Medisec – 3881

Somerset Cancer Registry – 6012

MDT email List – 2181

Breast Shared Drive – Georgie Agnew (in breast care nurses office) 3256

Doctors Admin

· Doctors tray in breast secretary’s office, letters to be read and actioned and then slotted into appropriate filing tray

· In patient’s – VTE assessment and prescribing & E-discharge –on Meditech

Annual and study leave guidance

Electronic requests to rota co-ordinator for both annual and study leave – 6 week notice required.

Any long days/bank holidays/night shifts must be swapped prior to taking leave. Swap forms to be emailed to rota co-ordinator.


Surgical registrar on nights can get a key from security (office outside entrance to A&E), if you’re lucky enough and it’s quiet enough for you to get your head down. There is a phone and computer in the on call rooms. You may wish to book a room as there are not always rooms available. On call rooms in the hospital accommodation can be booked (via Sue Morris on 5834 or for doctors on long days or nights if you don’t feel safe to drive home after a shift. Emergency on call room keys can be obtained from security if needed after a bad shift. Please don’t drive home if you are not safe to do so.

Ward numbers

All start with 20 and followed by ward number

Eg. Ward 44 = 2044


Useful Links

Breast Pain

Nipple disease

Breast Cancer management




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