Mr Kenneth Kok graduated from the University of Aberdeen with distinction and honours in medicine and surgery. A 3 year basic surgical rotation followed, resulting in completion of the MRCS(Ed) surgical exam. He then undertook a period of research, being awarded Masters of Science with distinction. Following this, Ken completed a 6 year period of intensive training on the West Midlands plastic surgery rotation, culminating in passing the specialist exam in plastic surgery FRCS(plast).
He has also completed the BTEC laser qualification. In addition, he has undertaken prestigious National Fellowships in aesthetic surgery, laser surgery and skin cancer surgery prior to his appointment as a consultant plastic surgeon. During this time, he worked with renowned experts in their respective fields. This broad training has taken Ken to various plastic surgery units around the UK including the West Midlands, Nottingham, Norfolk & Norwich, Swansea and Durham.
Working at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Birmingham, he has a specialist interest in cosmetic surgery, skin cancer surgery, laser surgery and lower limb trauma, but also undertakes all aspects of general plastic surgery. He is a core member of the skin cancer and lower limb trauma specialist multidisciplinary teams at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. In his private practice, Ken offers the full range of non-surgical and surgical cosmetic procedures from botulinium toxin injections and dermal fillers to eyelid surgery, facelifting, breast augmentation and abdominoplasty. In addition, Ken is also laser trained and provides laser skin rejuvenation, treatment of thread veins, laser mole excision and tattoo removal.
Ken is passionately involved in training and regularly undertakes teaching sessions with the West Midlands plastic surgery trainees. He has also published extensively in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery with numerous articles in peer-reviewed plastic surgery journals and book chapters. Ken also presents at international and national plastic surgery meetings and is a peer reviewer for the British Journal of Surgery and the Journal of Plastic and Aesthetic Research.