Mr Rajiv Grover

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Mr Rajiv Grover

BSc MB BS MD FRCS(Plast)
Consultant Plastic Surgeon

Rajiv Grover is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon and President Elect of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS). He works at London’s King Edward VII Hospital which is renowned for its charter to serve the Royal Family as well as running a Private Practice in Harley Street.
 
Rajiv graduated in Medicine with a triple distinction from London University and in 1993 he became a Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) having been awarded the Gold Medal for the highest score in the United Kingdom. During his training he was awarded a Doctorate of Medicine (MD) by London University and a Hunterian Professorship at The Royal College of Surgeons. Prior to taking up his consultant post he was awarded a scholarship from the Royal College of Surgeons to train in Plastic Surgery at Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA.

Rajiv has published over 60 book chapters and journal articles in the UK and USA most notably in the field of improving safety after cosmetic surgery.  He has been a council member of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) since 2004 and has served as the Secretary of the Association since 2006 and President Elect from 2010. He is also responsible for the UK national audit of cosmetic surgery and safety for the Royal College of Surgeons. Rajiv has a particular interest in the interaction of Art and Surgical Aesthetics in order to improve the outcome of cosmetic surgery and has been invited to lecture on this at the Royal College of Art, London as well as delivering the Guggenheim lecture at The Louvre in Paris.

Web Address: http://www.rajivgrover.co.uk Email Address:

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