Mr Baker is a plastic surgeon based at The Princess Margaret Hospital. He is dedicated to providing a modern, evidence-based, and patient-centred practice. He specialises in hand and wrist surgery, the correction of abnormalities in children, and cosmetic surgery.
Mr Baker gained his medical degree from Cambridge University in 2000 before undertaking plastic surgery training at some of London's most prestigious units, including Chelsea and Westminster, Mount Vernon, the Royal Free, and Queen Victoria. He gained his fellowship in plastic surgery with the Royal College of Surgeons in 2012 and went on to complete advanced fellowships in Reconstructive Cosmetic Surgery and Hand and Wrist Surgery, earning his European Diploma of Hand Surgery in 2014.
During his training, Mr Baker spent time at renowned institutions such as the E'Da Hospital in Taiwan, the Kleinert Institute in Louisville, and Santander in Spain. He has also conducted research into ways to reduce skin scarring and has published numerous articles in the field of plastic surgery. Additionally, he has authored a number of books and book chapters. He is involved in medical education and teaches plastic surgery trainees.
Outside of the hospital, Mr Baker enjoys walking his dogs with his family and keeping fit. His other hobbies include reading and amateur art.