Macmillan Breast Reconstruction Nurse Specialist
Pam Golton started training in 2005 as a registered adult nurse with the University of Surrey and qualified DipHE in 2008.
Having a special interest in surgical nursing she has been at the Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead since qualification and worked first on Canadian Wing and then the Step Down Unit (now called Enhanced Recovery Area). She gained her Macmillan Breast Reconstruction Clinical Nurse Specialist post in 2011 and completed her specialist degree (BSc) in Acute Clinical Practice (Cancer Pathway) in 2015 at the University of Brighton. She has also completed the Principles of Breast Cancer Care Module (at Masters level 7) at the Royal Marsden School and regularly attends the London & Brighton Breast Meetings.
Pam has previously taught on the post graduate degree module on the burns and plastics course on breast reconstruction.
Find out more about the QVH breast surgery and reconstruction services here.