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Mr Jamie Griffiths

Orthopaedic Surgery

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Special Interests

Soft tissue reconstruction around the hip, Pelvic and acetabular reconstruction, Knee arthroscopy, Meniscal injury and repair, Knee injection therapy, Trauma & Orthopaedic surgery, Hip replacement, Hip revision, Hip resurfacing, Knee replacement, Knee resurfacing, Osteoarthritis

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Professional Biography

Mr Jamie Griffiths is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at King Edward VII's Hospital who specialises in Hip and Knee surgery, specifically joint replacement, hip resurfacing and revision surgery. {{ label }}

Mr Griffiths was appointed as a Trauma and Orthopaedic consultant at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in April 2016. Prior to his appointment, he completed his medical school training at Guy’s Kings and St Thomas’ school of medicine in 2005, during which period he also obtained a BSc in Physiology with 1st Class Hons. He undertook his junior doctor training in the London deanery before completing his general Trauma and Orthopaedic training in the Wessex Deanery in 2015. In 2014, he completed a one-year international fellowship in sarcoma, metastatic tumour and complex lower limb revision arthroplasty surgery in Perth, Western Australia. On his return, he subsequently completed two further hip arthroplasty fellowships at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust and Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in conjunction with a Pelvic Trauma fellowship in Denver, Colorado USA.

Since his appointment, it has been Mr Griffiths’ goal to develop a specialist practice in primary and revision hip and knee replacement surgery both in the NHS and private sector. In conjunction with a high volume primary and revision lower limb arthroplasty practice, he has established and leads a pelvic and lower limb metastatic tumour reconstructive service in a hub and spoke fashion with the Oxford Sarcoma group. Mr Griffiths is the clinical lead for the complex arthroplasty and peri-prosthetic joint infection MDT within Hampshire Hospitals and is the revision hip network co-lead for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. He is involved in national and regional frameworks for complex hip arthroplasty surgery. He serves as a referencing surgeon for complex hip arthroplasty and hip resurfacing surgery, teaching and supporting other consultants in these specialist areas.

Mr Griffiths is open to tertiary referrals from across the country and specialises in 3D printed and custom implants for complex deformities and defects about the hip, knee and pelvis.

In addition to his clinical interests, Mr Griffiths has also developed a strong interest in training and research. Beyond his role of supervisor for junior doctors and registrars, he is currently the clinical lead for the hip arthroplasty fellowship at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He is the principle lead investigator for several arthroplasty studies and regularly serves as faculty member on a number of national and international meetings.

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