Matthew Potter is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon with a NHS practice at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon. He has private practices at;

1. The Nuffield, Manor Hospital, Oxford
2. The Ridgeway, BMI Hospital, Swindon
3. The Shelbourne Unit, Swindon
4. The Nuffield Cheltenham Hospital, Cheltenham
5. The Stratum Clinic, Oxford

Matthew Potter graduated from University College London. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and completed his training in all aspects of Plastic Surgery at;

1. Mount Vernon Hospital, London
2. Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Aylesbury
3. Oxford University Hospitals, Oxford
4. The Royal Brisbane and Princess Alexandra Hospitals, Brisbane, Australia

He was awarded his FRCS(Plast) in 2009. He became a consultant in Oxford in 2011. In 2005 he was a made an Huntarian Professor (Royal College of Surgeons, England) for his research into artificial skin and scar/wound healing.


Matthew has undertaken specialist Fellowships in;

1. Skin cancer surgery
2. Head and Neck surgery (benign and malignant)
3. Aesthetic Surgery

Matthew is a core member of the skin cancer Multidisciplinary meetings in Oxford and Swindon as well as the Head and Neck cancer and Skull base cancer Multidisciplinary meetings in Oxford. He is a Member of the Thames Valley Skin Cancer Specialist Group. He is the lead for clinical governance and safety for Head and Neck Surgery in Oxford.

Matthew is registered with the GMC and is on the specialist register for Plastic and Reconstructive surgery. He is a member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) and the British Association of Head and Neck Oncologists (BAHNO).

Matthew aims to provide care of the highest quality. He maintains this quality by regular audit of his outcomes as well as visiting, presenting and undertaking research with other surgeons both nationally and internationally. He regularly publishes his outcomes and techniques as a means of informing others of his results and providing transparency of his work for his patients. Matthew doesn’t work as an isolated surgeon. Where appropriate he works in teams to provide patients with specialists that provide overlapping skills to meet all his patients needs.

When not working Matthew enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He enjoys cycling, jogging and Karate.