Mr David Allen, MSc, FRCSEd (Tr and Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 1994 (Dundee, UK)
David completed his higher surgical training in London based at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and completed an Adult Reconstruction Fellowship in Ottawa, Canada. He also has an MSc with Distinction in Biomedical Engineering from University of Strathclyde. Before joining the team at the Golden Jubilee in 2010, he was a consultant at Hairmyres for 18 months. Since July 2014 he has been Clinical Lead for the department.
Mr Joseph Baines, FRCSEd (Tr and Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 1991 (Navarra, Spain)
Joe trained in Glasgow, Bristol and Newcastle and developed his special interest in hip arthroplasty and revision during his fellowship in Cardiff. Joe joined the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in 2007 and has devoted himself exclusively to hip and knee replacements.
Mr Jon Clarke, PhD, FRCSGlas (Tr and Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 1999 (Glasgow, UK)
Jon joined the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in 2014 as an Orthopaedic Consultant and Clinical Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering, University of Strathclyde. He trained in the West of Scotland and worked as a Locum Consultant in the Western Infirmary, Glasgow before joining the unit. His clinical practice includes lower limb arthroplasty, knee arthroscopy and forefoot surgery. Active research interests include functional outcome assessment, 3D motion analysis, navigated and robotic-assisted surgery and acute wound healing.
Mr Kamal Deep, MCh, FRCS (Tr and Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 1987 (Rohtak, India)
Kamal joined the Golden Jubilee in 2007. He is a pioneer of the British Society for Computer Aided Orthopaedic Surgery (CAOS UK), and Secretary General for CAOS International. He has presented his work and performed live surgeries in conferences in the UK and abroad. His clinical practice includes computer-navigated primary and revision hip and knee arthroplasty, and soft tissue knee surgery. His research interests include biomechanics, computer-assisted surgery, robotics, minimally-invasive surgery and patient outcomes.
Mr Nicholas Holloway, BMedSci (Hons), FRCSEd (Tr and Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 2002 (Edinburgh, UK)
Nick undertook both basic surgical training and specialist Orthopaedic training in Glasgow. On completion of training, he joined the Golden Jubilee for an arthroplasty fellowship in August 2014 and currently works as a locum consultant. He has an interest in both laboratory and clinical research and specialises in hip and knee arthroplasty
Miss Catherine F Kellett, BSc (Hons), FRCS (Tr and Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 1995 (Oxford, UK)
Catherine trained in Orthopaedic Surgery in Oxford. Towards the end of her training she spent six months working in trauma and general orthopaedics in Geneva, Switzerland. She then completed18 months fellowship in lower limb joint reconstruction at Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto. In 2007, Catherine was appointed as Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, working for five years in NHS Tayside and the University of Dundee, before joining the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in 2012. Catherine is a specialist primary and revision hip and knee Arthroplasty Surgeon, with interests in arthroplasty research and surgical education. As a 2011 BOA Travelling Fellow, she was Visiting Professor at the University of Toronto and Research Collaborator at Mayo Clinic. She was an ABC Travelling Fellow in 2012 and is a member of the British Orthopaedic Association Training Standards Committee.
Mr Andrew Kinninmonth, FRCPS (Glas), FRCSEd (Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 1977 (Edinburgh, UK)
Andy has been a Consultant at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital since September 2003. Prior to that, he was a Consultant for 14 years in the Trauma and Orthopaedic Unit at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. He was the Clinical Lead between 2003–2011 and was responsible for the development of the enhanced recovery programme within the department and in a national context. His main clinical practice is in primary hip/knee replacement and revision knee surgery.
Mr Rohit Maheshwari, MS, FRCS, FRCS (Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 1993 (Gwalior, India)
After specialist orthopaedic training in India and the UK, Rohit completed one year of advanced fellowship training in hip and knee replacement surgery, including revision hip surgery, at the Southern General Hospital, Glasgow, and further fellowship training in revision hip surgery (including metal-on-metal revisions) at University Hospital of North Tees. He joined Golden Jubilee National Hospital in December 2013. Prior to this he was working as a Locum Orthopaedic Consultant in Fife.
Mr Niall Munro, MD, FRCSEd (Tr and Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 1994 (Aberdeen, UK)
Niall trained in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Inverness, also undertaking an MD research degree looking at the use of bone graft substitutes in revision hip replacement. On completing his training he worked briefly in Aberdeen before moving to take up a new consultant post at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in 2007. His main clinical practice is in hip and knee replacement, and his research interests include the use of orthopaedic bone cement.
Mr Nicholas Ohly, MSc, FRCSEd (Tr and Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 2001 (Newcastle, UK)
Nick undertook basic surgical training and then specialist orthopaedic training in Edinburgh. He spent a year in Canada for a fellowship in adult reconstruction at the University of British Columbia/Vancouver General Hospital. He was then a locum consultant in Edinburgh for 10 months before joining the GJNH team in November 2014. He holds a Masters degree in Orthopaedic Engineering and specialises in all aspects of primary and revision hip and knee replacement.
Mr Frédéric Picard, MD, FRCSEd
Primary medical qualification: 1987 (Besançon, France)
Fred is a pioneer in the area of computer-assisted surgery (CAS). Since July 2005 he has been a full time Orthopaedic Consultant at the GJNH and is Visiting Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde. He was a founder member of the CAOS-International Society and a co-editor of one of the first books related to CAS. His main clinical practice is in primary hip/knee replacement and revision knee surgery.
Mr Jason Roberts, FRCS (Tr and Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 1994 (Leicester, UK)
Jason’s clinical interests include lower limb arthroplasty, including hip revision and computer-assisted knee surgery. His fellowship training included a year in Grenoble, France (2005-6). He was a consultant in the Western Infirmary/Gartnavel Hospitals from February 2006 before moving to the Golden Jubilee Hospital to pursue a more dedicated arthroplasty practice in November 2013. He is a dedicated amateur cycle racer, which also gives him the opportunity to work as a Team Doctor, nationally and with professional teams.
Mr Martin Sarungi, PhD, FRCS (Eng, Glas)
Primary medical qualification: 1988 (Szeged, Hungary)
Martin joined the Golden Jubilee National Hospital as an Orthopaedic Consultant in July 2005, serving as Clinical Lead between 2011–2014. Previously he spent a number of years training and working in Budapest and in London. He completed an AO/ASIF fellowship and had a lower limb arthroplasty fellowship in Switzerland with Prof. Peter Emil Ochsner. His interests include hip/knee arthroplasty, revision knee surgery, outcomes, biomechanical studies.
Mr Kalpesh Shah, MS (Orth), FRCS (Tr and Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 1996 (Surat, India)
Kalpesh completed his training in India before undertaking specialist orthopaedic training in the West of Scotland from 2006-2010. He was selected for the prestigious UBC Foot & Ankle fellowship in Vancouver in 2011, including time at BC Children’s Hospital. He visited Baltimore in 2011 as the BOFAS Travelling Fellow. After working in Darlington for 18 months, Mr Shah joined the team at the Golden Jubilee in 2012 as a Consultant Foot and Ankle Surgeon.
Mr Alexander Siegmeth, FRCS (Tr and Orth), MBA
Primary medical qualification: 1991 (Vienna, Austria)
Alex has worked as a consultant at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital since January 2008. He undertook his orthopaedic training in East Anglia between 2002 and 2006 before spending one year as a fellow in hip and knee arthroplasty in Vancouver, and a further six months as a knee fellow in Exeter. Hip and knee revision surgery, prosthetic infections, periprosthetic fractures and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction are among his special interests.
Mr Findlay Welsh, BSc(Hons), FRCS (Tr and Orth)
Primary medical qualification: 2003 (Aberdeen, UK)
Findlay trained initially in Aberdeen before completing his higher surgical training in Glasgow on the West of Scotland rotation. His clinical practice includes interests in lower limb arthroplasty, knee arthroscopy and revision hip surgery. He is furthering research interests with an MSc from the University of Dundee in Orthopaedic Technology having previously completed a BSc in osteoporosis genetics. Findlay was an arthroplasty fellow at the Golden Jubilee prior to starting as a locum Consultant.