Marc Pacifico M.D.
Marc Pacifico is dedicated to providing the highest possible standard of care to every cosmetic or reconstructive surgery patient in his care. He will provide you with an open and honest opinion regarding your suitability for surgery, with your safety and wellbeing as his top priority.
Marc prides himself on the very personal relationship he develops with his patients, understanding that the trust and confidence you have in your surgeon is vital throughout your surgical journey. Marc graduated from St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College and undertook his surgical training in a number of prestigious hospitals in London. His specialist plastic surgery training started at Charing Cross Hospital, London and from there he spent 5-years at Mount Vernon Hospital, Northwood, during which time he completed his doctorate on improving outcomes in melanoma. Subsequently he trained at The Royal Free Hospital, London and Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, where he now works as a Consultant Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon.
Marc was awarded the Ian McGregor "gold" medal for coming top in the UK in the FRCS (Plast.) exam. Marc has been comprehensively trained in the most advanced techniques in aesthetic surgery; both in the UK and during the time he spent working in Melbourne, Australia. It was in Melbourne that he undertook the Advanced Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Fellowship at the internationally renowned Melbourne Institute of Plastic Surgery. He has experience in all areas of aesthetic surgery, but his main interests are in breast, facial and abdominal surgery. The look Marc aims to achieve is a natural, fresh look, in all areas of aesthetic surgery. Marc particularly focuses on the care you receive pre- and post-operatively, in order to optimise the outcome of your surgery and provide you with a smooth recovery after your operation.
Marc Pacifico is a fully accredited specialist in plastic surgery, and is on the Specialist Register in Plastic Surgery with the General Medical Council and a member of BAPRAS and BAAPS. When not at work, Marc spends as much time as possible with his young family.
Mr Pacifico has undergone extensive training throughout his medical and surgical career. During his medical school training he took a year out to undertake a further degree in physiology, for which he was awarded first class honours.
After graduating from St Bartholomew’s Medical College (Barts) in 1997 he qualified as a surgeon in 2000.Once his plastic surgery specialist training was underway he spent a further 2-years researching ways of improving patient survival and outcome in melanoma, the most sinister form of skin cancer. He was awarded a Doctorate of Medicine for his thesis in 2005.
Mr Pacifico’s most recent qualification was gaining the FRCS (Plast.) exam, which is the consultant-level final exam that is required to be included in the General Medical Council specialist register as a plastic surgeon. For this qualification, Mr Pacifico came top in the country and was awarded the prestigious “Ian McGregor medal”.
Mr Pacifico is a Full Member of BAAPS, ISAPS and BAPRAS and on the GMC specialist register for Plastic Surgery.
B.Sc. (Hons) – physiology – 1st class honours 1994
MB BS (University of London) 1997
MRCS (England) 2000
MD – Doctorate of Medicine (University of London) 2005
FRCS (Plast.) – awarded Ian McGregor Medal 2008