Mr Thomas White

Orthopaedic surgeon in London

BSc (Hons) MB ChB FRCS (Tr&Orth)

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Professional statement

Mr Thomas White is a distinguished consultant orthopaedic surgeon based in London who specialises in several areas of orthopaedic surgery, including hip replacement, knee surgery, hip pain, knee pain, sports injuries, and knee arthroscopy.
Mr White completed his medical studies at Bristol Medical School, obtaining an MB ChB in 2005. Following this, he commenced training at some of London's premier teaching hospitals and later travelled to Perth, Australia, where he expanded his knowledge by undertaking fellowships at renowned institutions. He honed his skills as an arthroplasty and bone tumour fellow at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and as a complex arthroplasty fellow at Fremantle Hospital.

In addition to his private practices, he runs an NHS practice at University Hospital Lewisham, where he specialises in complex trauma of the hip and knee. Furthermore, he holds the role of lead for clinical governance and lead for trauma at the hospital. 
Mr White is deeply committed to education and has proudly served as a teacher in Royal College fellowship training courses. Additionally, he has undertaken the role of a supervisor, providing guidance and training to medical students, junior doctors, and consultant orthopaedic surgeons in training.
He currently serves as the lead for clinical governance at University Hospital Lewisham and is a proud member of the Royal College of Surgeons, the British Orthopaedic Association and the Royal Society of Medicine. 

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