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Anthony Barabas - The Fitzwilliam Hospital

Anthony Barabas - The Fitzwilliam Hospital

0121 285 6246

The Fitzwilliam Hospital, Milton Way, South Bretton, Peterborough, PE3 9AQUK

4.2 / 5  Excellent
from 76 votes
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Opening hours

Monday08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday08:00 - 17:00
Thursday08:00 - 17:00
Friday08:00 - 17:00
Saturday08:00 - 12:00
Sundayclosed
Prices from £75 - Enquire for a fast quote from Anthony Barabas - The Fitzwilliam Hospital. Excellent ServiceScore™: 4.2 from 76 votes. Customer Service Award ★ 2018. 3 verified patient reviews.

Popular Treatments

Plastic Surgeon Consultation £150 - £180

Breast Implants

Breast Augmentation £4900 - £5900
Breast Implants £4900 - £5900
Abdominoplasty £4000 - £7800
Gynecomastia £5000 - £6500
Eyelid surgery £1800 - £4500
Breast Reduction £5500 - £7500
Facelift £5500 - £7500
Mastopexy £4900 - £6800
Otoplasty £2200 - £6900
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About Anthony Barabas - The Fitzwilliam Hospital

Large private hospital with all facilities. Treatment rooms, operating theatres, private rooms for daycase and overnight stay.
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Patient reviews

from 3 verified reviews
29.03.2018
Karen, UK
( Review verified by phone and email)

He takes the utmost care in making sure that your recovery will be as painless and comfortable

5 50 Plastic Surgeon Consultation

Mr. Barabas is an absolute credit to his profession. Not only did he make me feel extremely comfortable (my embarrassment was sky high). He puts you at ease, explains everything and never complained about my constant conversations of Youtube where I did some research about the procedures I wanted and just to see how other women coped. That said it really didn't help me because of the following:

- The pain after all my procedures, out of 10, was mostly a 1 or 2. He takes the utmost care in making sure that your recovery will be as painless and comfortable as possible.
- His stitchwork is superb! He could give the tailors of Saville Row a run for their money!!!
- All 5 procedures I had with him have been great and absolutely nothing like I have read or seen on the internet!

I am beyond cock-a-hoop at how I look now and the only problem I found is that instead of the mirror being my enemy it is now my best friend! Everything that was drooping or hiding in the shade now sees the light! I can't recommend him enough and would advise anyone looking to have work done to also get a consultation with Mr. Barabas. I am a very happy patient!

The Fitzwilliam is ok. I emigrated from Essex to Lincolnshire 18 months ago so have been to private hospitals in Essex and London so can compare on this basis. The hospital and waiting rooms are ok but the actual ward room was my biggest bug to bear - if you are stuck in bed for 24 hours or more the choice of tv is dreadful! it only has freeview with shows from the 1970's so i was very bored! i had my ipod but it still didn't help. The other hospitals i have been to had sky tv and even though they only showed the free channels there is far more to choose from and watch than freeview. not a problem if you only have a 1 day stay but 2 nights or more it did get tedious. The toilet paper was another problem! the roughest paper i've used since being back in infant school in the late 1960's where they used a waxy tracing parchment! not very impressed! also for 2 days running the catering staff did not bring me tea with my breakfast and the 1st day i was not offered a paper so when i did ask for one was told i was too late. Because of my fantastic surgeon Mr. Barabas I would recommend this hospital (i know he works at other hospitals) but for a private patient the room and catering staff wasn't very 5*

The nursing staff, on the other hand, were so fantastic. I can't praise them highly enough. The nurses Julie, Shirley, the ward Sister Becka and the very lovely Jenny who helped me get out of bed and redressed my compression bandages, for this reason, I would rate them 10*. I have left a SUPERB 5 STAR review because of Mr. Barabas and the nursing staff but realistically I think the hospital deserves a 4 star.

Treated by: Mr Anthony Barabas
12.09.2017
Cara, UK
( Verified user. Review confirmed by phone)

Very happy with the result

5 50 Mole Removal • Paid: £450

Really quick and easy process to book. A brilliant service, Dr. Barabas was professional and lovely. Very happy with the result!

01.06.2016
Kerrie, UK
( Review verified by phone and email)

I love looking in the mirror now and things can only get better.

5 50 Tummy Tuck

After getting married and having three children I became "content" and gained five stone, going from 10.5 stone to 15.5 stone and being 5ft 2 this was not a pretty sight. If you are reading this you may know what I'm talking about.
So my children became teenagers and I wasn't needed as much by them, this now became time for me. I had a friend who is a personal trainer and this is the beginning of my "new me". The pounds started to fall off and going from a size 18-20 at my biggest to a comfy 14 tight 12. But I still felt fat when I looked down or in the mirror at my stomach.
I had this flap of skin and fat that just hung, you know what I'm talking about if you are still reading this.
This is when I inquired by email to the Fitzwilliam hospital about abdominoplasty, I got all the information that I needed but just sat on it for a while saying to myself, should I or shouldn't I ? After a couple of months the Fitzwilliam hospital emailed me telling me about an open evening all about the different plastic surgeries they offer. Of course I was going. This is when my next journey began.
This was the night I met Anthony Barabas .
The evening was very informative and I booked my first consultation which was set for a couple of weeks time. I was so exited that I had made that first step to the "new me". Consultation day came and I new that there was no going back, Anthony Barabas listened to my story of why I wanted the abdominoplasty and looked at the offending area (stomach) he said he could do the procedure and I would notice a massive difference. He put my mind at rest and answered all questions honestly which was what I wanted to hear, no frills. I also felt comfortable with him, you just know when you know.
Surgery day came and 3pm was the time. Before the surgery Anthony Barabas came to see me for any last questions and to draw over my stomach, so off to surgery I went. I didn't feel nervous at all, just felt safe and it was going to be ok.
6 hours later, all done. When I came too I had no pain and just wanted to sleep, the nurses did a good job in keeping an eye on me every couple of hours and Anthony Barabas checked on me before he left. The next day my first visitor at 7.30-8.00am was Anthony Barabas checking that I was ok and checking my stomach, all was good and still not in any pain. Later on in the day two nurses helped me out of bed to go to the toilet, this was slow going but made it. I had no appetite at all and was getting told off for not eating but I just couldn't eat, my appetite didn't come back for a couple of weeks.
The next day I was leaving hospital Anthony Barabas came to see me again before I left to help take the drains out, I had one each side. This wasn't so bad so don't worry yourselves about it. Had the all clear and off I went home.
The first week was just rest and more rest but still not much pain just discomfort, sleeping upright is trial and error, what pillows to have and do you have enough?? The next three weeks was more of the same but what I will say is I felt very down at about 10-14 days, saying why did I do this? I don't feel any slimmer, I've waisted my money!! Be strong and talk to friends family, it will pass and yes it will be worth it.
I had regular check ups with Anthony Barabas and also had his email and mobile number on hand if needed, he said to get in touch if I had any worries. This was very reassuring.
So I left the house for the first time in four weeks (apart from checkups) couldn't walk far but things got easier as the days went on.
In this time I didn't weigh myself or try to get in my jeans because I was still swollen and no point in making yourself feel even more miserable if they didn't fit, so just wait.
Back at work at week six (OMG) this was a shock but is do-able just take it easy.
Week seven I had a red mark appear just above my pubic line and it became vey sore. I emailed a picture of it to Anthony Barabas and within a couple of hours I was seeing him in the hospital. It turned out to be an ingrown hair which was promptly taken out and I was given antibiotics and it soon cleared up.
I'm now eleven weeks post op, back to exercising and on my treadmill (I missed so much) and I feel fantastic. Size 10 and 10 stone 2. I love looking in the mirror now and things can only get better.
So if you are thinking about having an abdominoplasty I hope I've helped in a small way in writing this, it's a long road but very well worth it. The Fitzwilliam hospital is the perfect place and Anthony Barabas is most certainly the surgeon to do it for you. I can't fault him in any way, very professional but not in a patronising way, above and beyond the call of duty. The "new me" has arrived.

Very officiant the staff and nurses (Shirley) are lovely and its vey clean, the food looked lovely but didn't have any appetite. Will be back.

Treated by: Mr Anthony Barabas

Thank you for the kind review Kerrie. I has been a pleasure getting to know you, and sharing your experience with you. Best wishes, Anthony

Mr Anthony Barabas

Accreditations

  • MBChB - Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (UK) 
  • UKAAPS - UK Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (UK) 
  • RCSEng - Royal College of Surgeons of England (UK) 
  • BAPRAS - British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (UK) 

Provides

Medical AestheticsPlastic Surgery

Premises

ParkingAccessible to disabled peoplePublic transport accessWheelchair accessible toiletAccess without stepsDisabled parkingPatient bathroomWireless accessOn-site pharmacy

Clinic services

Emergency serviceHome visitsOpen 24 hoursOpen weekends

Travel services

International travelLocal travelLocal accommodation - The Huntingdon Marriott hotel is right by Hinchingbrooke hospital, and there are many accomodation options in Cambridge and Peterborough.Translation servicesPick up service from hotelPick up service from airport

Languages spoken

EnglishFrenchHungarianCroatian

Plastic Surgery

£1800 - £3000

Areola Reduction

£3000 - £6500

Brachioplasty

£595 - £2200

Belly Button Reshaping

£7000 - £10000

Lower Body Lift

£5200 - £7000

Breast Implant Revision

Breast Implants
£4900 - £5900

Breast Implants

£4900 - £5900

Breast Augmentation

£4900 - £6800

Mastopexy

£2200 - £6900

Prominent ear correction

£5500 - £7500

Breast Reduction

£1800 - £4500

Eyelid surgery

 

Eye Lift

£5500 - £7500

Facelift

£5000 - £6500

Gynecomastia

£550 - £800

Inverted Nipple Surgery

£9500 - £16000

Mommy Makeover

£1800 - £3999

Labial reduction

£650 - £1800

Nipple Reduction/correction

£2200 - £6900

Otoplasty

£150 - £180

Plastic Surgeon Consultation

£3500 - £6500

Thigh Lift

£4000 - £7800

Abdominoplasty

Medical Aesthetics

£300 - £500

Dermal Fillers

£75 - £180

Medical Aesthetics Specialist Consultation

£350 - £630

Mole Removal

£550 - £3000

Scar Removal

£195 - £295

Anti Wrinkle Injections

Orthopaedics

£1800 - £5000

Carpal Tunnel Surgery

£2200 - £7000

Dupuytren's Contracture Treatment

£950 - £1500

Trigger Finger Treatment

£1800 - £4500

Webbed Toes Surgery

Anthony Barabas - The Fitzwilliam Hospital - Anthony Barabas FRCS(Plast), MRCS(Eng), BM, BSc(hons)

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Insurance

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Mr Anthony Barabas - Principal Surgeon at Anthony Barabas - The Fitzwilliam Hospital

Mr Anthony Barabas

Job Title:
  Principal Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Dermatology, Plastic and Reconstuctive Surgery, Breast Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, Hand Surgery, Aesthetic Medicine, Beauty Therapy, Non-Surgical Facial Aesthetics, Eye Surgery, Cosmetic Laser Procedures, Anti-Aging Medicine, Cosmetic Gynaecology
Biography:

Clinical interests

Body contouring/weight loss surgery; Cosmetic breast surgery - breast augmentation, breast reduction, correction of breast asymmetry, nipple/areola surgery; Facial aesthetic surgery; Skin and skin cancer surgery; General plastic surgery; Hand Surgery; Non-surgical cosmetic treatments.

Academic background: Mr Barabás attended Southampton Medical School, qualifying in 2001. He then spent 18 months at the Royal Brisbane Hospital, Australia, just as the Bali Bombings occurred. His experience in reconstructing the victims of the bombings was the start of his career into Plastic Surgery, and the importance in understanding the aesthetics of the human body.

He trained in the plastic surgery departments at Addenbrooke’s (Cambridge) and the Norfolk and Norwich hospitals between 2004-2007, during which he attained membership to the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Between 2007-2014 he undertook Specialist Higher Surgical Training in Plastic Surgery many world-renown hospitals across London. Cosmetic surgery attachments were undertaken in London, Australia, Canada and Cape Town, South Africa.

Mr Barabás was awarded Fellowship to the Royal College of Plastic Surgeons in 2011. In 2014 he was entered onto the Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery and started his NHS plastic surgery consultant post at Hinchingbrooke Hospital, Cambridgeshire.

He has more than 20 publications, 17 International or National presentations and 3 book chapters, including writing and editing chapters on “Body Contouring” in the Oxford Textbook of Plastic Surgery (including: Thigh lift; Abdominoplasty; Liposuction; Breast augmentation; Breast reduction; arm lift). He has also won 9 prizes in surgery, including the Royal Society of Medicine’s “UK Surgical Trainee of the year” in 2010 for his work on melanoma.

Professional memberships: BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons) 

GMC No: 6027432

FRCS (Plast) Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons of England

British Society of Surgery of the Hand (BSSH) and British Hand Diploma

European Hand Dipoloma (FESSH)


0121 285 6246

The Fitzwilliam Hospital, Milton Way, South Bretton, Peterborough, PE3 9AQUK

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