Dr Linda Fiumara MD
Specialist in Plastic-Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery
Dr Linda Fiumara is a Consultant Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon with a special interest in Cosmetic Surgery and Aesthetic Medicine. Dr Fiumara holds a full registration with the General Medical Council (GMC number: 6118605) and is on the GMC Specialist Register of Plastic Surgeons. She is also a Member of BAPRAS (British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons).
Linda Fiumara graduated with honours in Medicine and Surgery at the First University of Rome “La Sapienza”. As she graduated at the top of her medical class, Linda was selected to read the Hippocratic Oath. During her surgical training Dr Fiumara has been working as an Honorary Registrar in London NHS Hospitals: St Thomas’ Hospital and Chelsea & Westminster Hospital.
Dr Fiumara qualified with honours as a Specialist in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Rome, and in 2008 was awarded a Fellowship in Facial Plastic Surgery sponsored by the EAFPS (European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgeons).
Her surgical experience covers several aspects of Cosmetic Surgery of face and breast. Most of her work currently focuses on breast surgery, cosmetic surgery of the private parts (labiaplasties), surgical and non-surgical facial treatments.
Linda regularly attends courses in Europe and in the United States in order to constantly update her operative techniques in cosmetic procedures of face and breast.
Dr Fiumara is based in London and works full-time in the private sector, carrying out her surgical procedures at the Fitzroy Hospital and at the Welbeck Private Hospital in Central London.
Dr Ah-fee Chan
FRCA London, FICM MBA Health Care Management Keele University
Dr Chan has been working as a Consultant in Anaeshtetics and Intensive Care Medicine for 23 years at North Middlesex University Hospital.
Dr Chan also holds admitting privileges at HCA Hospitals (King Edward VII Hospital) and BMI Hospitals (London Clinic, Weymouth Hospital, Cromwell Private Hospital.
Dr Sylva Ambrozova
Dr Ambrozova graduated as a Medical Doctor from Masarykova University in Czech Republic in 1986. After one year studying at the Czech Academy of Sciences she started working at Charles’ University’s Hospital Thomayerova in Prague where she also completed training to specialise in anaesthetics, resuscitation and critical care. There, in Hospital Thomyerova, she gained valuable clinical experience in all anaesthetic techniques and ICU. In 1997 she got a post in Na Homolce Hospital in Prague – the city’s leading hospital for complex neurology and neurosurgery as well as cardiac and major vascular surgery, with 357 beds and more than 13 500 operations performed per year. There I gained further experience in critical care and extended her anaesthetic skills.
In 2006 she moved to London and has since dedicated her anaesthetic practice to cosmetic surgery.
Sylva is a member of several professional societies, including the Royal Society of Medicine, ESA ( European Society of Anaesthesiology), CSARIM (Czech Society of Anaesthesiology, Resuscitation and Intensive Care). She regularly attends European and American congresses and conferences to keep abreast of the latest knowledge.
She says, “I love my job, I love my patients, I am a dedicated family person, I love travel and nature and my hobbies are visual art and music.”
Francesca Rubulotta, MD, PhD, FRCA, FICM, eMBA
Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine Imperial College London
Francesca Rubulotta, was born in Catania, Italy. She obtained her MD with laude and commendation in July 1998 at the University of Catania, Italy. In 2002, Dr Rubulotta gained accreditation in Anesthesia at the University of Trieste in Italy and later in 2004 she obtained her specialty in Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) at the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium. Her training in ICM took place in the USA, the Netherlands, and in Belgium. She is currently working in the UK as Consultant and Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in ICM and Anaesthesia at Imperial College, Charing Cross and St Mary’s Hospital, NHS trust in London. In 2012, she obtained her PhD at the University of Catania, Italy. She is an executive Master in Business administration at Imeprial College London. Dr Rubulotta was the Chair of the past division of professional development (DPD) of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) and currently the Chair of the CoBaTrICE project. Dr Rubulotta is a member of the European Board of Intensive Care Medicine (EBICM) and a member of the European Accreditation Board for Continue Medical Education (EACCME) in the Union of European Medical Specialities (UEMS), a member of the Governance Board of the EACCME, and a new member of the UEMS school of examiners. Dr Rubulotta did her training in End of Life and Compassionate Care Medicine, in the USA at Brown University, Rhode Island University Hospital in Providence, where she received certification for the protection of study volunteers of Rochester University. She has been working in the ethic group of the ESICM for several years participating in international projects such as: Conflicus, Europain and Appropricus. Dr. Rubulotta has contributed to the “Rapid Response Systems Conferente” since 2007 and she is a founding member of The International Conference of the Society for Rapid Response Systems. An avid researcher, Dr. Rubulotta has published papers, abstracts, chapters and reviews, mainly on education, sepsis, rapid response systems and ethics. She won the Best Paper Award given by the Anna Lindh EU foundation in 2007. Dr. Rubulotta has studied five different European languages.
Dr Rubulotta has been invited as a speaker at national and international meetings including: ESICM, European Society od Anaesthesia, Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), Indian Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Central European Congress on Intensive Care Medicine, International Congress on Intensive Care Medicine in Slovenia, Polish Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Mediterranean conference of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine in Egypt, Chinese Society of Intensive Care Medicine, South Africa ventilation through the ages symposium, Rapid Response conference, pan Arabic society conference, others. Dr Rubulotta has a personal interest in Waterpolo which she is still playing at a semiprofessional level and winning four times the master world championship.