This issue celebrates 25 years of The Wellington Knee Unit. Not ones for looking back, the unit take a look at the future of knee surgery
across the whole speciality, with some interesting insights.
As we embark on the next phase of our expansion programme, the future of the hospital is looking bright too. We’re very pleased to announce that The Wellington will be opening two new outpatient centres: in Chiswick and Elstree, in early 2017.
We will keep you updated as the project moves forward, so do keep checking our website, our blog, or ask your GP liaison officer for an update.
We’ve also been busy expanding our services for patients - as you’ll hear about in our ‘60 seconds with…’ interview with Patient Experience Manager, Gerry Sloan. Gerry talks about how this new role is getting the ‘thumbs up’ from our patients, and how we are listening and learning from them to improve every patient’s experienchere at the hospitalThis issue celebrates 25 years of The Wellington Knee Unit. Not ones for looking back, the unit take a look at the future of knee surgery across the whole speciality, with some interesting insights.
In this issue:
With the wonders of the Rugby World Cup not far from our memories, our Foot and Ankle Unit take a look at the injuries that can be sustained in the big game; Dr Stuart Bloom discusses the latest developments in bowel cancer screening; Mr Angus McIndoe talks about robotic surgery for gynaecological conditions; while Mr Sudhanshu Chitale discusses the management of peyronie’s disease. We also introduce you to the London Craniofacial Unit; discover a quicker cure for cataracts and reflect on why RSI can be a dangerous term.