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Trauma and Orthopaedics - Stepping Hill Hospital

Contact Information

Clinics  
  • All morning clinics run from 8.30am-12.30pm.
  • All afternoon clinics run from 1.30pm-5.30pm

Clinical Directors:

  • Miss G Eastwood / Mr M Ravenscroft tel: 0161 419 4034 / 0161 419 5458
  • Business Manager: Mr A Tunnicliffe: tel: 0161 419 4028
  • Trauma Nurse Team Manager: Sr Caroline Doherty tel: 0161 419 4028
  • Nurse led Carpal tunnel service: Miss L Ainsworth tel: 0161 419 5917
  • Ward numbers – see above

Waiting list Officers:

  • Mr Johnson / Mr Anand / Mr Turner – 0161 419 4795
  • Mr Reuben / Mr Ghalayini / Mr Lavender – 0161 419 4052
  • Mr Dalal / Mr Shoaib – 0161 419 4041
  • Mr Royle / Mr Ravenscroft / Mr Kapoor – 0161 419 4696
  • Mr Sandher / Mr Morgan / Mr Bamford / Mr O’Connor – 0161 419 4247
  • Miss Eastwood / Mr Gorva / Carpal Tunnel service – 0161 419 4208
  • Mr Sian / Mr Tandon - 0161 419 4173

Medical Secretatries:

  • Mr Johnson – 0161 419 4037
  • Mr Lavender / Mr Anand – 0161 419 5922
  • Mr Turner – 0161 419 4031
  • Mr Bamford / Mr O’Connor – 0161 419 4047
  • Mr Reuben / Mr Ghalayini – 0161 419 5909
  • Mr Shoaib / Mr Dalal – 0161 419 4033
  • Miss Eastwood / Mr Gorva – 0161 419 4034
  • Mr Royle / Mr Ravenscroft – 0161 419 5458
  • Mr Sanher – 0161 419 4216
  • Mr Morgan – 0161 419 4216
  • Mr Kapoor – 0161 419 5433
  • Mr Sian / Mr Tandon – 0161 419 4173
About Our Service

Welcome to the trauma and orthopaedic service. Our dynamic multi skilled team provides a comprehensive range of services for most trauma and orthopaedic conditions.

 

The trauma and orthopaedic service is provided on our Stepping Hill Hospital site, offering specialist care for patients referred with trauma and orthopaedic problems.

Our team of 17 consultant orthopaedic surgeons is supported by junior doctors, clinical nurse specialists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and an orthotist. 

We offer a 24-hour trauma service with dedicated trauma operating theatre sessions 7 days a week, and provide a wide range of planned day case and inpatient surgery within the following sub-specialties; hip and knee, foot and ankle, hand and wrist, shoulder, and spinal surgery. An orthopaedic paediatric service is also provided by a visiting consultant from the Manchester Children’s Hospital.

Our outpatient services are delivered Monday-Friday within outpatient department  ‘A’. These include elective clinics and dedicated consultant-led fracture clinics. You can explore a selection of our trauma and theatre services by viewing our virtual tours.

The unit has the following inpatient wards:

D1 Trauma Admissions Unit –Tel: 0161 419 4143

25 bedded ward which provides specialist care for patients with orthopaedic trauma injuries.

D2 Enhanced Recovery Unit – Tel: 0161 419 4022

21 bedded elective ward which provides specialist care for patients undergoing elective joint replacements.

D4 Spinal Unit – Tel: 0161 419 4455

16 bedded ward which provides specialist care for patients with spinal injuries.

M4 Fractured Neck of Femur Ward – Tel: 0161 419 4525

27 bedded unit which provides specialist care for patients admitted with a fractured neck of femur.

Ward D5 - Tel: 0161 419 4414

Where the majority of our day case and short stay surgical patients are cared for.

Short Stay Surgical Unit - Tel: 0161 419 5244

Our Expertise

We treat a comprehensive range of conditions within the following Orthopaedic sub-specialties:

  • Hip
  • Knee
  • Foot and Ankle
  • Spine
  • Shoulder
  • Hand and Wrist
How to Use the Service

To access our planned services we will require a referral from your GP. Following receipt and acceptance of your referral, the outpatient booking team will either telephone you to agree an appointment, or will send you an appointment letter in the post.

Our trauma and fracture clinic services are usually accessed following attendance at the emergency department.

© Stockport NHS Foundation Trust 2017