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Top honour for Spire Gatwick Park's Orthopaedic Consultant

24 February 2020

Spire Gatwick Park Hospital’s consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon, Benedict Rogers, has been made an honorary professor of the Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) - a partnership between the University of Brighton, the University of Sussex, and NHS Trusts across the Surrey and Sussex region.

The honour reflects the long-standing commitment our consultant has made to the school’s education and research programmes

Professor Rogers, who specialises in hip and knee surgery, has been a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at the Brighton and Sussex University Hospital since 2012 and the honorary clinical reader of the BSMS for the past two years. He developed the first web-based resources for orthopaedic research and education at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals.

“I am very proud to be called a professor of the BSMS and am looking forward to continuing my work with this esteemed medical institution in both education, curriculum development and research activities,” said Professor Rogers, whose clinical and research interests centre on lower limb reconstruction.

If you wish to book a consultation with Professor Rogers, please call on 01293 778 906 to find out more.

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