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Last updated: 10 Jun 2020
Mr. Sarvpreet Singh is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon with a special interest in lower limb arthroplasty and sports injuries.
He completed his specialist registrar training in orthopaedics on London and the South East Thames Rotation, this included working at St.Thomas’ & Guy’s Hospital along with other prominent hospitals on the south-east coast of England. It was followed by an internationally renowned fellowship at Exeter. 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 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. 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 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; and training overseas registrars on the Royal College of Surgeons exchange programme at Hinchingbrooke. He is a Senior Clinical Tutor at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators, UK.
Mr. Singh 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, golf, horse riding, and wine.
Areas of interest
1. Hip & Knee Replacements including revision arthroplasty of the knee
2. Unicondylar knee replacements
3. ACL Reconstructions
4. Meniscal repairs & meniscectomies.
5. Knee osteotomies;
6. Patello-femoral joint surgery including patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) reconstructions
7. N-Stride & PRP injections.
- Julie Gilbert
- The Aviary Hinchingbrooke Hospital Hinchingbrooke Park Huntingdon PE29 6NT
- 07889 646167
- 07889 646167
Anaesthetists worked with
- Dr Michael R Chilvers Fee Assured
Current NHS consultant posts held
1. Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Hinchingbrooke Hospital.
2. Champion of Flexible Working, Hinchingbrooke Hospital.
3. Associate Medical Director for Patient Safety, NWAFT.
4. Member, Thrombosis Committee, NWAFT.
5. Orthopaedic Representative, Trust R&D Committee, NWAFT.
1. Knee arthroplasty;
2. Dual mobility hip arthroplasty;
3. Patient Satisfaction;
4. ACL surgery and rehabilitation;
5. Patellofemoral problems.
Cricket; Golf; Horse riding; Wine.
(Additional) Languages spoken
- Gujarati - Native or bilingual
- Hindi - Native or bilingual
- Panjabi, Punjabi - Native or bilingual
- Urdu - Native or bilingual
1. Biomechanical testing of fixed and adjustable femoral cortical suspension devices for ACL reconstruction under high loads and extended cyclic loading. J of Experimental Orthopaedics (2020); 7, Article number: 27.
2. Adjustable loop femoral cortical suspension devices for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: A systematic review. Indian J of Orthopaedics, (2020); 54: Pg 426-43.
3. Does laminar airflow make a difference to the infection rates for lower limb arthroplasty: A study using the England & Wales NJR and local SSI data for two hospitals with and without laminar airflow. Eur J Orthop Surg Traumatol, (2017); 27: Pg 261-5.
4. Complications of surgical management of fracture neck of femur. Orthopaedics and Trauma Journal, (2016); Vol 30, Issue 2: Pg137-44.
5. Challenges in reporting Surgical Site Infections (SSI) to the National Surgical Site Surveillance and suggestions for improvement. Ann R Coll Surg Engl, (2015), 97: Pg 460-5.
6. Acute double flexor tendon ruptures following injection of Xiapex for Dupuytren’s contracture. BMJ Case Report, (2014): DOI: 10.1136/bcr-2013-203338.
7. Initial management of open tibial fractures in DGH does not co-relate with increased failure rates. J Plast Reconstr Aesthetic Surgery, (2012); Vol 65, Issue 3: Pg 401.
8. Adherence to national guidelines on the management of open tibial fractures. Jour. of Evaluation of Clin. Practice, (2009); 15(6): Pg 1097-100.
9. Arthroscopic powered instruments: a review of shavers and burrs. Orthopaedics and Trauma Journal, (2009); 23(5): Pg 357-61.
10. Cast and Padding Indices used for clinical decision making in forearm fractures in children. Acta Orthopaedica Scandinavia, (2008); 79(3): Pg 386-89.
11. VAC it! – Some technical tips on application of VAC dressing. Ann R Coll Surg Engl, (2008), 90(2); Pg 161-2.
12. Fifteen-minute interview with Prof. Peter McCrorie, Head of Medical Education, St. George’s Medical School. BMJ Careers, (2007); Pg 203.
13. Femoral stem displacement as a complication of reduction of a dislocated total hip arthroplasty. European J Orthop Surg Traumatol, (2007); 17: Pg 207-9.
14. Complications of pre-op India ink tattooing in colonic lesions. Digestive Surgery, (2006); 23 (5-6): Pg 303.
15. Periprosthetic fractures around resurfacing hip. JBJS,(2006); Volume B88, B 2006: Orthopaedic Proceedings.
16. Infusion of routinely stored blood may limit reperfusion injury to acutely ischaemic myocardium. Medical Hypothesis, (2005); Vol 64, Issue 3: Pg 455-57.
Courses offered to GPs
I offer free talks to GPs on knee problems including arthritis and soft tissue injuries, hip arthritis, and sports injuries.
- MSc University of Brighton 2017
- FRCS (Tr & Orth) Royal College of Surgeons, UK & Northern Ireland 2014
- Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 2008
- MRCS Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 2005
- MS (Orth) MS University 2000
- MBBS MS University 1998
Reference number 6026651
Details of entry to specialist register
- Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, 2016
Affiliations / memberships
1. British Orthopaedic Association
2. British Association for Surgery of the Knee.
3. European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee
Surgery, and Arthroscopy.
4. British Patellofemoral Society.
5. Academy of Medical Educators.
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
Mrs. Julie Gilbert - Mobile +44(0)7889646167