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East of England



  • Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge

  • Bedford Hospital

  • Broomfield Hospital

  • Colchester Hospital

  • Ipswich Hospital

  • James Paget Hospital

  • Lister Hospital, Stevenage

  • Luton and Dunstable Hospital

  • Norfolk and Norwich Hospital

  • Peterborough City Hospital

  • Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow

  • Southend Hospital

  • The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn

  • West Suffolk Hospital

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Rotation Highlights

East of England T&O rotation includes 14 hospitals located in East Anglia with Addenbrookes being our Major Trauma Centre. At the helm of our training programme is Mr Anish Sanghrajka(TPD), Ms Lora Young(Deputy TPD) and Mr Niel Kang(Director of Education). They have been instrumental in shaping our training programme so far and being very approachable and friendly.

We are also lucky to have The Evelyn Surgical Training Centre where we hold various cadaveric teaching sessions such as the ‘Fingertip to Shoulder’ course, ‘Basic Science FRCS’ course and the ‘Pelvic to Toe’ course. Additionally, we also run the NNUH spinal approaches cadaveric course as well as yearly cadaveric course at the Smith & Nephew Lab, Watford.

Our regular teaching has been revamped to a half a day a week virtual teaching programme, organised by trainees with educators from all over the deanery. With the help of Health Education East of England, we have been able upload all talks onto Panopto. Excellent resource for FRCS preparation.

For those of you interested in research, we have the Orthopaedic Research Collaborative of east Anglia (ORCA) which is a trainee-led research collaborative. We have recently published our first paper in ‘The Surgeon’ with another two being submitted and multiple collaborative projects running.

We hold a biannual regional meeting, Cambridge Trauma & Orthopaedic Club(CTOC) as well as the East Anglia Orthopaedic Club(EAOC) where trainees can present their research and have a jolly good time!


Benjamin Davies

East of England
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