Mr Kenneth Kok is a fully accredited NHS consultant plastic, reconstructive & cosmetic surgeon based in Birmingham, West Midlands. He holds the FRCS(plast), is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and is on the General Medical Council (GMC) Specialist Register for plastic surgery. He is also a member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS), the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), the British Medical Laser Association (BMLA) and the British Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons (BAHRS)
PLASTIC & COSMETIC SURGERY BIRMINGHAM
Mr Kenneth Kok offers plastic, reconstructive & cosmetic surgery in Birmingham and the surrounding West Midlands area. He is based at the renowned Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham for his NHS practice. Mr Kenneth Kok also offers private care at the BMI Priory Hospital and Westbourne Centre in Edgbaston, Birmingham. This area is also known as the medical quarter of Birmingham or ‘The Harley Street’ of the West Midlands as it is home to many hospitals and treatment centres. Mr Kenneth Kok also has an established laser, hair transplant and non-surgical cosmetic practice at the Skin & Follicle clinic in Birmingham.
“This letter is written to express my very sincere thanks, and compliments, to you and every single member of your team for the courtesy and genuine earnest kindness that pervaded and prevailed during the several hours that my stay with you lasted” TCB, Burton-on-Trent
“Everything that I saw, or with which I was involved seemed to take place properly, nicely and thoughtfully and these comments I make apply to all other members of the operating theatre team from Mr Kenneth Kok downwards whose knowledge, skill and efficiency seemed to be applied to naturally and pleasantly” RCF, Stratford-on-avon
“You and your team put me at ease before my surgery and also the operation was reassuringly successful” MF, Birmingham
“Thank you for what you have done professionally for very clear explanations and all the rest – a warm human approach. You have what the french call ‘symphathetique’ and I am grateful to you” DJ, Birmingham
“Thank you for all you have done” DT, Birmingham