Mr. Sarvpreet Singh
MBBS, MS (Orth), MRCS, Diploma in Sport & Exercise Medicine (Edinburgh), FRCS (Tr & Orth), MSc (University of Brighton).
Mr. Sarvpreet Singh is a fellowship trained consultant orthopaedic surgeon with a special interest in knee and hip surgery that includes joint replacements and sports injuries.
He completed his specialist registrar training in orthopaedics on the London and South East Thames Rotation, this included working at Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospital in London along with other prominent hospitals on the south-east coast of England. This was followed by an internationally renowned fellowship at Exeter, in Devon. There he undertook training in all aspects of knee surgery that included knee replacement, osteotomies, and soft tissue surgery of the knee.
He furthered his training at the Frimley Park Hospital, in Surrey as a Fellow, undertaking more complex knee work and hip surgery.
After completing his Fellowships, he was appointed as a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon for the North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust in 2018, and currently works at Hinchingbrooke Hospital site. He was appointed as the Associate Medical Director of Patient Safety at the Trust in April 2020; and is also a member of the Thrombosis Committee of the Trust working on evaluating and formulating Trust Guidelines for VTE prevention.
Mr. Singh has completed a Master’s degree in Orthopaedics and a Diploma in Sports & Exercise Medicine. He has published in multiple peer-reviewed journals and has presented scientific papers both nationally and internationally. He sits as the orthopaedic representative on the Trust Research & Development Committee.
He is passionate about medical education and is the Undergraduate Lead for orthopaedic teaching at Hinchinbrooke Hospital for medical students from the School of Clinical Medicine, Cambridge. He is also actively involved in training overseas registrars on the Royal College of Surgeons exchange programme at Hinchingbrooke Hospital. He is a Senior Clinical Tutor at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators, UK.
He is recognised as a provider by all major healthcare insurers. He aims to provide a personalised service to his patients, and, works closely with a dedicated group of allied health-care professionals to deliver the best possible patient outcomes.
Outside of medicine, he enjoys cricket, tennis, golf, horse riding and wine.