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Mr Peter Kirkpatrick

Consultant Neurosurgeon
BSc Hons, MBCHB, MSc, FRCS, FRCS(SN), FRCS(Eng)

Practising at

Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Peter Kirkpatrick at Spire include:

Neurosurgery at Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital

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Professional profile

I am a neurosurgeon based in Cambridge with about 12 years experience. My specialist practice in carotid disease and cerebral vascular disease, including aneurysm surgery.

I was awarded Hospital Doctor Award in 1999. In addition, I have a clinical and research interest in head injury and all aspects of spinal disease, including lumbar and cervical disc disease. I am a member of the stroke association and work on their specific board. I have gathered over £3 million of research income and supervised a number of higher degrees. I have over 200 publications and sit on a number of working parties to improve neurosurgical and spinal care. Approximately 50 per cent of my additional work relates to medico-legal issues for all aspects of neurosurgery.

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Neurosurgeon, Addenbrooke's Hospital NHS Trust, Cambridge

Honorary University Lecturer in Neurosurgery

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Telephone 0800 585 112 / 01223 266990

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