MB ChB 1987 Otago; FRACS 2000
Mr Murray Beagley
Plastic surgeon Murray Beagley offers a broad range of cosmetic, paediatric, skin cancer and reconstructive plastic surgery.
Special areas of interest are:
- hand surgery
- eyelid rejuvenation
- surgery of the breast (augmentation, reduction and breast lift)
- genitoplastic surgery (penile surgery and labiaplasty)
Murray is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Middlemore, directs the Congenital Hand Service at Starship Hospital and in the private sector sees patients at his practices: Plastic Surgery Auckland and monthly satellite clinics in Whangarei and Warkworth.
He is currently the Director of Clinical Training at Middlemore and a selector for the national Advanced Training Scheme for plastic surgery. He participates regularly in voluntary surgery missions to the Third World through Interplast.
Murray regularly attends international meetings devoted to aesthetic plastic surgery and is an active member of both the Australasian and International Societies for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and the New Zealand Foundation for Cosmetic Plastic Surgery.
He is also an active member of The American Society for Plastic Surgery and The British Society for Surgery of the Hand
- Hand surgery
- Breast surgery (reduction, breast lifting, and augmentation)
- Oculoplastic (eyelid) surgery
- Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck)
- Otoplasty (prominent ear correction)
- Skin cancer
- Carpal tunnel
- Genital reconstruction (male and female)
Murray Beagley trained fully in New Zealand, graduating from Otago University with MBChB and undertook advanced surgical training in plastic surgery, gaining Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in 2000.
He spent three years of advanced post-graduate training in the UK working in world renowned centres: Frenchay Hospital, St Andrew's Centre, Great Ormond Street Hospital and The Wellington Hospital. At these centres he pursued his interest in aesthetic, breast, hypospadias, hand and paediatric plastic surgery. He completed a formal Fellowship in Aesthetic Surgery at The Wellington under the tutelage of several leading Harley Street cosmetic surgeons.
During his time in Europe, he gained the Gold Medal for being the best candidate in the European Diploma in Hand Surgery (2002). While in the UK he lectured trainee plastic and orthopaedic surgeons at the Royal College of Surgeons. He maintains an interest in teaching graduate trainees as the Director of Education at Middlemore Hospital.