Miss Anne-Marie Kennedy

Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon

Specialist interests: Lower limb orthoplastic reconstruction, complex wound reconstruction, surgical management of skin cancer, chest wall reconstruction

Miss Anne-marie Kennedy is a consultant plastic and reconstructive surgeon at Queen Victoria Hospital and an honorary consultant plastic surgeon at Royal Sussex County Hospital Major Trauma Centre, Brighton.

She obtained her honours medical degree from University College, Dublin, followed by basic surgical training. Subsequently, Miss Kennedy pursued a doctorate of medicine for research through the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and was awarded the Shenaq International Research Award from the American Plastic Surgery Research Council.

Her commitment to specialisation led her to higher specialist training in plastic and reconstructive surgery in Ireland. She was awarded the Intercollegiate Fellowship in Plastic Surgery FRCS(Plast) and obtained her certificate for completion of specialist surgical training in 2020.

At the end of her training, Miss Kennedy relocated to the UK for over two years of specialist fellowship training including in hand surgery and skin cancer at St Andrew’s Centre for Plastic Surgery, Chelmsford, where she achieved the European Board of Hand Surgery Diploma. Two further fellowships then followed in trauma and reconstructive microsurgery at University Hospital, Coventry and Royal Sussex County, Brighton Major Trauma Centres.

Beyond clinical practice, Miss Kennedy maintains an interest in scientific research in plastic surgery. She has presented at multiple national and international meetings and her work has ben is published in scientific journals and surgical textbooks.

Engaged in medical education, Miss Kennedy plays an active role in teaching and training of both medical students and plastic surgical trainees.


Page last updated: 5 February 2024.