Mr Martin Sarungi MD, FRCS, Clinical Lead
Martin Sarungi joined the Golden Jubilee National Hospital as an Orthopaedic Consultant in July 2005. He was appointed Clinical Lead in July 2011. Previously, Martin spent a number of years training in Budapest and London. He completed six months AO/ASIF Fellowship in Trauma Surgery and Orthopaedics in Switzerland and now specialises in primary and revision lower limb arthroplasty. His research interests include biomechanics, outcome assessment analysis in lower limb arthroplasty and computer-assisted total knee arthroplasty. Martin has published several peer reviewed publications about lower limb arthroplasty, and wrote a chapter on total hip replacement in a book which has been published in Switzerland.
Mr Andrew Kinninmonth FRCS, Governance Lead
Andrew Kinninmonth has been an Orthopaedic Consultant at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital since September 2003. Prior to that, he had been a Consultant for 14 years at Glasgow Royal Infirmary Trauma and Orthopaedic Unit.
Mr Alexander Siegmeth FRCS (Trauma/Orthopaedic), Education Lead
Alexander Siegmeth has worked as an Orthopaedic Consultant at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital since January 2008. After attending Medical School and University in Vienna, Austria, he undertook his orthopaedic training at the East Anglia Trauma and Orthopaedic rotation between 2002 and 2006. He then spent one year as a fellow in hip and knee arthroplasty at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada with Doctors Duncan and Masri. Following this, he worked as the knee fellow in Exeter for six months. Hip and knee revision surgery, prosthetic infections, periprosthetic fractures and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction are among his special interest areas. Alexander started an MBA program in 2011 at Strathcylyde University.
Mr Frederic (Fred) Picard MD
Frédéric Picard is an Orthopaedic Surgeon and a pioneer in the area of computer-assisted knee surgery, in particular leading the development of Total Knee Replacement surgery. After medical training in France, where he was Fellow and Consultant until 1997, he was a visiting scholar at Northwestern University and the Orthopaedic Institute in Chicago (USA) in 1998. In 1999, Fred also worked at the Centre for Medical Robotics and Computer-Assisted Surgery at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute, which works jointly with the Centre of Orthopaedic Research in computer-assisted surgery at University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre (UPMC). While at UPMC, Mr Picard developed new applications for surgical navigation in orthopaedic surgery based on Computer Tomography images. He was one of the founder members of the Executive Committee of the CAOS-International Society and is also member of several other scientific societies. He was one of the co-editors of the first book related to computer hip and knee surgery. Since July 2005, he has been working as a Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital of Glasgow in the UK where he set up a recognized research unit.
Fred Picard received the top honour of being awarded The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh without Examination in October 2012 - you can read more here.
Mr Joseph Baines FRCS (Trauma/Orthopaedic)
Joe Baines joined the Golden Jubilee National Hospital as an Orthopaedic Consultant in 2007. He trained in Newcastle upon Tyne and later completed his fellowship in hip joint replacement and revision surgery in Cardiff. His special interests are revision of failed hip replacements, hip and knee joint replacement, computer assisted joint surgery and forefoot surgery.
Mr Niall Munro FRCS (Trauma/Orthopaedic)
Niall Munro has been an Orthopaedic Consultant at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital since October 2007.Niall trained in the north of Scotland and was a Locum Consultant in Aberdeen prior to joining us. He has a special interest in lower limb arthroplasty.
Mr Kamal Deep MBBS, MS, DNB, FRCS, D Orth, MCh Orth, FRCS Orth
Kamal Deep has been a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at the Golden Jubilee since 2007. Pioneer of The British Society for Computer Aided Orthopaedic Surgery (CAOS UK), he serves as its Executive Director and is on the Board of CAOS International. He has given presentations on the subject across the world incluand performed live surgeries in conferences in UK and abroad. Kamal completed his fellowship in lower limb arthroplasty and computer aided navigation in orthopaedic surgery in Australia. Amongst his areas of interest are primary and revision hip and knee arthroplasty with computer navigation, arthroscopic surgery of the knee and ligamentous surgery of the knee. His research interests include biomechanics, computer assisted surgery, robotics, minimally invasive surgery and patient outcomes.
Mr David Allen MSc FRCSEd (Trauma/ Orthopaedic)
David Allen graduated from Dundee Medical School in 1994 and also has an MSc with Distinction in Biomedical Engineering from University of Strathclyde. He completed his higher surgical training in London based at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and did an Adult Reconstruction Fellowship in Ottawa, Canada. Before joining the team at the Golden Jubilee in 2010, David Allen was a consultant at Hairmyres for 18 months.
Miss Catherine F Kellett BSc(Hons), BM BCh, FRCS (Trauma/ Orthopaedic)
Catherine Kellett 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