Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon

Ms Chaudhry was born in Westminster, London and moved to Llanelli in South Wales at a young age. She completed her undergraduate medical degree at Guy’s, Kings and St Thomas School of Medicine in London.

After teaching anatomy to undergraduate students at Guys’ and St Thomas’ Medical Schools, she continued her basic surgical training in London and Cardiff.

In 2006, Ms Chaudhry commenced her Higher Specialist Training in General Surgery in the Severn Deanery, rotating through North Bristol NHS Trust, Cheltenham General Hospital, The Royal United Hospitals NHS Trust in Bath and the Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in Swindon.

She gained her FRCS (Gen Surg) qualification in 2011 and completed her Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in February 2014.

Ms Chaudhry completed an Oncoplastic Fellowship at the Queen Elizabeth Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in Birmingham in 2012 and commenced her post as a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon in January 2014 in Swindon.

Her research has been presented internationally and nationally and her publications include a book chapter on patient satisfaction after breast reconstruction.

She is the first female general surgeon employed by the Trust and is dedicated to providing excellent breast care to the population of Swindon.


  • Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon
    The Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Specialist Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon
    BMI The Ridgeway Hospital, Wroughton, Swindon
  • Specialist Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon
    The Shalbourne Suite, The Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon
  • Honorary Senior Lecturer, Faculty and E-Tutor in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Masters degree
    Royal College of Surgeons of England and University of East Anglia
  • Founder and secretary of South West Breast Surgeons Group


  • Shortlisted as Severn Trainee of the Year 2012
  • Norman Tanner Prize – RSM Surgery Section 2011. Intraoperative molecular analysis of sentinel lymph nodes in breast cancer using One Step Nucleic Acid Amplification (OSNA).
  • John Farndon Prize 2011. At the South West Surgeons Meeting.
  • Mammary Fold Prize 2011. ASiT Poster Prize for the Mammary Fold.
  • ASGBI Poster of Distinction 2011. A single centre study of preoperative assessment of patients with primary hyperparathyroidism. Can we predict hyperplasia?

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