Breast Service


Kingston Hospital
Galsworthy Road
Surrey KY2 7QB

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About Us

The Breast Unit is run by a multidisciplinary team:

  • Two Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeons
  • Two Advance Nurse Practitioners
  • Two Consultant Oncologists
  • Two consultant Breast Pathologists
  • Six consultant Breast Radiologists
  • Four Breast Care Nurses

Our excellent imaging equipment includes two digital mammography units, two high-frequency ultrasound machines – with capability for vacuum biopsy in addition to standard core biopsy – plus radiological expertise in the reporting of breast MRI.

Our comprehensive services include on-site testing facilities that can give the results of biopsies within 24 hours.

We’re one of the busiest breast units in the region and we treat about 280 new breast cancers each year.

Our four breast care nurse specialists support patients through the diagnostic and treatment pathway and offer lymphoedema, wound, family history and tattooing clinics.

Medical oncology services are provided in partnership with the Royal Marsden. Clinics and chemotherapy are delivered at our site, with radiotherapy provided at the Royal Marsden’s Chelsea or Sutton locations.

Our unit treats the full range of benign and malignant breast conditions and provides a full range of surgical procedures.

We also run one-stop clinics, joint oncology clinics, and follow-up clinics. Additionally, we offer Open Access Follow-Up (OAFU) for some patients who have recently received treatment.


The Team

Oncoplastic Consultant Breast Surgeon

Karyn Shenton (Lead Clinician)

Oncoplastic Consultant Breast Surgeon

Chloe Constantinou

Consultant Medical Oncologists

Dr Marina Parton ( Lead Clinician)

Consultant Medical Oncologists

Dr Sophie McGrath

Nurse Consultant

Makaita Kakomwe

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Kay Laurent

Breast Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialists

Jackie Harris

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

Sarah Clay

Breast Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialists

Jacquie Beckett

Breast Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialists

Sarah Dyer

Surgical practitioner nurse

Kate Lakatosova

MDT Co-ordinator

Dave Emslie

Open Access Co-ordinator

Kiri Freer

Deputy Service Manager

Sam Taylor

Service Manager

Peter Stone

General Manager

Breezy Brown

How to Refer

Two week wait (suspected cancer referrals) should be emailed to:

Routine and urgent referrals (non-2WW, should be made via ERS.

Outpatients services are delivered in the Sir William Rous Unit at Kingston Hospital:

  • Breast One-Stop clinics take place Monday-Friday (excluding Thursdays)
  • Follow up clinics take place Monday-Thursday
  • Open Access clinics take place on Monday-Friday (excluding Wednesdays)
  • The service runs a day surgery list on Tuesday mornings and two all-day Main Theatre lists on Thursdays

Female patients requiring a post-operative inpatient stay are admitted to Isabella Ward, which is a female-only ward.

Contact Us

Tel: 020 8934 6407

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