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Mr Andrew Armitage

Consultant - Orthopaedic Surgeon

Profile

Mr Armitage completed his Orthopaedic training on the south East Thames Higher Surgical Training Programme in 2001, gaining experience in many district general hospitals including Brighton, St Thomas’s and King’s College London and Oxford John Radcliffe Hospital.

In August 2001 he commenced a fellowship in Perth Western Australia working with Mr Holt specialising in sports related injuries including knee, shoulder, ankle, elbow, hip arthroscopy and ligament reconstruction.

In March 2002 he then began a Trauma Fellowship at Royal Perth Hospital, Australia study for Mr Croser, this involved the daily running of the trauma department and daily trauma surgery including highly complex fractures and multiple injuries.

In April 2003 Mr Armitage was appointed to Eastbourne District General Hospital as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with a specialist interest in Knee surgery. In 2006 Mr Armitage took over as Clinical Lead for Orthopaedics at Eastbourne driving the department forward and inline with Local, National and European directives. He stepped down from the position of Clinical Lead in 2012.

He provides a comprehensive knee service including osteotomy, unicompartmental replacement, knee replacement, revision knee surgery, arthroscopy, ACL and PCL ligament reconstructions.

He has excellent National Joint Register revision rates for knee surgery and receives a steady stream of complex knee referrals from his colleagues.

Membership of professional bodies

  • British Medical Association
  • British Orthopaedic Association

Medical qualifications attained

  • 1989 BSc (Hons) – (Guy’s Hospital)
  • 1992  MBBS – (St Thomas’ Hospital)
  • 1995 FRCS – (Royal College of Surgeons of England)
  • 2000 FRCS (TR&Orth.) – (Royal College of Surgeons of England