Breast cancer, gallbladder cancer, hernia and general skin lumps or problems
Special clinical interests
Breast and general surgery; oncoplastic breast surgery.
Breast, gallbladder, hernia and general skin lumps or problems.
Breast cancer angiogenesis, Research Committee Member for the University of Buckingham.
Medical Defence Union.
General Medical Council.
British Association of Day Surgery (Council Member).
Association of Breast Surgeons (UK).
Current NHS post
Consultant General and Breast Oncoplastic Surgeon at Milton Keynes Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Professional profile of Mr Kian Chin
Mr Kian Chin qualified from Bristol University in 1993 and completed his pre-registration training in the South West of England. He was appointed as Consultant Breast Oncoplastic and General Surgeon at Milton Keynes General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in June 2007. He is the Lead Breast Cancer Reconstructive Surgeon at Milton Keynes Hospital.
His interest in general surgery followed after training in cardiothoracic, orthopaedic, urology and vascular surgery and he became a Specialist Surgical Registrar in the Oxfordshire Training Deanery in 2001, working at various hospitals including Oxford, Milton Keynes, Northampton and Stoke Mandeville.
During his general surgical training, Mr Chin developed a subspecialty interest in breast surgery after researching in breast cancer molecular biology and neoangiogenesis at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund Laboratory in Oxford.
In 2005, he was awarded the National Breast Oncoplastic Fellowship funded centrally by the UK Department of Health to pursue experience in reconstructive surgery for breast cancer patients at the Royal Haslar Hospital in Gosport, part of Portsmouth University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Having attained the Intercollegiate Higher Surgical Exams in breast and general surgery, his Certificate of Completion of Training was awarded in 2006.
In addition to clinical duties, Mr Chin is also interested in education. He is an Educational Director for the Royal College Surgeons of England as well as an Examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
Personal profile for Mr Kian Chin
Extracurricular interests include tennis, photography and scuba diving, and Mr Chin also admits to ‘trying’ to windsurf.