Mr Jeremy Granville-Chapman

Consultant Upper Limb Surgeon in Berkshire


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Mr Jeremy Granville-Chapman is a consultant upper limb orthopaedic surgeon practising in Berkshire and Surrey.

 After graduating from St Bartholomew’s and The Royal London Medical School in 2001, Mr Granville-Chapman pursued further training as an army doctor, excelling as the top candidate in entry officer medical training at Sandhurst Royal Military Academy. He then served as regimental medical officer with the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards in Germany before commencing surgical training in 2005.
He attained his MRCS qualification in 2007 during his junior surgical training and then conducted impactful research into resuscitation strategies for military wounding, earning a Doctorate of Medicine (MD) degree. His military career included surgical deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as coordinating care for repatriated wounded service personnel in Birmingham.
Specialist orthopaedic training in the London (South West Thames) region prepared Mr Granville-Chapman for his role as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon. Towards the end of this, he excelled in the FRCS (Tr&Orth)exams, winning the Sir Walter Mercer Gold Medal for the top performance nationwide 2013. He was selected as the British Orthopaedic Association’s Young Ambassador to Hong Kong in 2104

Fellowship training at Wrightington Hospital and Brighton refined his specialist skills in advanced upper limb and trauma surgery.
Mr Granville-Chapman took up his consultant post at Frimley Health in 2016. He retired from the Army in 2019 as a Lieutenant Colonel.

Mr Granville-Chapman contributes to the advancement of orthopaedic surgery through research and education. He has published in scientific journals, presented at international and national meetings, and received recognition, including the Ram Kumar Chatterjee BOA Travelling Fellowship. He shares his expertise through teaching engagements on shoulder arthroscopic and open surgery and fellowship exam preparation courses. 
Mr Granville-Chapman is affiliated with several professional organisations, including the British Orthopaedic Association, The British Elbow and Shoulder Surgery Society, the Combined Services Orthopaedic Society, and the Old Etonian Medical Society.
His private practice focuses exclusively on the upper limb, addressing conditions from shoulder instability to elbow arthritis.

Committed to patient-centred care, Mr Granville-Chapman utilises advanced surgical techniques to restore function and alleviate discomfort for his patients. He has particular expertise in the arthroscopic (keyhole) management of the shoulder and elbow and in shoulder replacement surgery.


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