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Mr Hashemi qualified from Birmingham University in 1973 and completed his training at United Birmingham Hospitals where he conducted a study on trauma, leading to an MD Thesis.
In 985 he took up the post of Consultant in Emergency Medicine with an interest in hand surgery, and started the first open acute hand clinic in Surrey. Since then he has been providing a comprehensive service for the acute and chronic upper limb disorders He is a full member of the British as well as European Society for Surgery of the Hand.
In addition to his MD, Mr Hashemi has carried out extensive research projects resulting in over 60 publications in scientific medical journals.
He was in 1997 in receipt of “Silver Award” in recognition of the service to medicine.
Areas of interest
•Carpal tunnel syndrome/median nerve release , Ulnar nerve release, Tenosynovitis and tendonitis, Dupuytrens contracture, Ganglions, Rheumatoid arthritis, Thumb arthritis, Hand and finger infection, Trigger finger, Hand and wrist fractures, Tennis and golfers’ elbow, Painful hand and fingers, Stiff hand and fingers, Painful thumb, Trapeziectomy, Joint injections, Repetitive strain . Upper limb surgery.
- Yvonne Woods
- Shirley Oaks Hospital Poppy Lane Croydon CR9 8AB
- 020 8683 0279
- 020 8401 3092
Anaesthetists worked with
- Dr Bijan Nejad Fee Assured
Current NHS consultant posts held
Part-Time EM Consultant at Croydon University Hospital
Over 60 publications in scientific journals including an MD thesis in 1989
Courses offered to GPs
Give annual talks and tutorials to local general practitioners on upper limb disorders and injection techniques
biannual lectures to EM senior trainees to upper limb injuries
biannual lectures to EM trainees on wound management
I have been carrying out prospective audit of surgical treatment outcome for over 20 years and have in the past published a paper on a very low infection rate in my practice.
Over the past 5 years the wound infection rate remains under 1%.
Recurrence rate for conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome and ganglion remain lower than nationally reported rate.
- MB ChB University of Birmingham 1974
- FRCS Royal College of Surgeons of England 1978
- MD University of Birmingham 1989
- FRCEM Royal College of Emergency Medicine 1991
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Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.
In the event of an urgent query following treatment, Bupa members should use the following contact details
My PA : 02086830279
or via Shirley Oaks Hospital switchboard: 02086552255