Mr Sarvpreet Singh
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
MB BS, MS, MRCSEd, FRCS (Tr & Orth), MSc, Dip Sports Medicine
I offer knee and hip surgery at the Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital and work with the excellent allied staff there to provide bespoke care for all my patients. I hold the post of consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon and Associate Medical Director of Patient Safety at the Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon.
After my undergraduate degree and foundation years, I opted for registrar training in orthopaedics, completing the appropriate rotations at Guy’s, St Thomas’s and various other hospitals in London and the South East, culminating in an award of a Certificate of Completion of Training from the Royal College of Surgeons in 2016. I then went on to complete an International Fellowship at the Exeter Knee Reconstruction Unit in the historic Devonshire city of Exeter. Next, came a second Fellowship at the Frimley Park Hospital in Camberley, following which I assumed my current post in the NHS.
Along with the awards of MRCSEd, MS (Orth) and FRCS (Tr and Orth), I also hold a Master’s degree in Orthopaedics and have contributed to several peer-reviewed journals and presented numerous papers to national and international audiences. Driven by a personal love of sport, I couldn’t resist adding a Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine.
As well as aspiring to provide the highest quality, personalised care for my patients, a passion for education prompted me to become involved in teaching medical students. As a senior clinical tutor at Cambridge University’s prestigious School of Clinical Medicine, and a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators, I enjoy regular involvement in the training of local undergrad students and providing further training for the overseas registrars on the Hinchingbrooke Hospital’s popular international exchange programme.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Sarvpreet Singh at Spire include:
MB BS / Baroda, India / 1997
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
General Medical Council (GMC)
Medical Council, Ireland
The Academy of Medical Educators
Associate Medical Director of Patient Safety at the North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust
Orthopaedic Representative on the Trust R&D Committee
Thrombosis Committee of the Trust Member
My life is not all work, however, and whenever time permits, I choose to spend much of it outdoors, either on a tennis court, a golf course or a cricket field. I also like to saddle up from time to time and enjoy the Cambridgeshire countryside it on a horseback.
While these activities account for a significant part of my leisure time, my more sedentary pursuit involves enjoying wine from different parts of the World – in moderation, of course!