Adam Searle is a past President of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons. He graduated in both medicine (MBBS) and dentistry (BDS) from Guy's Hospital and the University of London. Having completed training in general surgery and on becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) in 1989, he specialised in plastic and reconstructive surgery within teaching hospital, specialist, and regional plastic surgery units.
In 1994 he was awarded the Ian McGregor medal in the Specialist Plastic Surgery Fellowship at the Royal College of Surgeons in London (FRCS Plast). He is included on the General Medical Council (GMC) Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery. In 1994 Mr Searle was appointed as consultant plastic and reconstructive surgeon at the Charing Cross Hospital maintaining his long held interest in reconstructive and aesthetic surgery. In 1995 he established an independent aesthetic plastic surgery practice in Chelsea and in Portland Place. In 1999 Mr Searle was appointed to the Royal Marsden Hospital where he held the position of Senior Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon, specialising in breast and post cancer reconstruction.
Mr Searle's interest in aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery is reflected in his contribution to learned societies and associations. He has been the President of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), and has served on the Council of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS). He is a past President of the Plastic Surgery Section of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Mr Searle has presented at a range of national and international plastic surgery conferences, is actively involved in post-graduate training, and has been invited to lecture at a large number of meetings around the world. Mr Searle has published papers in many medical journals, and has contributed to press articles and broadcasts on the subject of plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Mr Searle pursues his particular interests of aesthetic and reconstructive surgery with a team of specialist colleagues, plastic surgery nurses, personal assistants and support staff in private practice at The Consulting Suite in Great Portland Street and at The Chelsea Outpatient Centre in the Kings Road. Minor local anaesthetic procedures are undertaken in the outpatient clinics. More major surgery is performed at The Lister Hospital in Chelsea, or at The King Edward VII Hospital in central London.