Orthopedic surgeon Simon Moyes has joined Bupa Cromwell Hospital and Basinghall Clinic, its outpatient centre in the City of London.
Moyes will be providing consultations and treatment for patients at the hospital, including arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery, a type of procedure he pioneered.
His previous employment includes four years at UCL and Kings College hospital and 22 years at Wellington Hospital as a consultant orthopedic surgeon.
Moyes will be assessing his first patients at the hospital and Basinghall Clinic from Wednesday 29 May.
‘The hospital has the most advanced diagnostic and treatment technologies in the UK and I will be able to offer my patients the hospital’s unique patient pathway where they will able to be seen, imaged and reviewed all in one appointment and under one roof,’ said Moyes. ‘The operating theatres, facilities and nursing care at the hospital have a fantastic reputation which will compliment my orthopaedic and sports medicine offering. Basinghall Clinic will also be a seamless transition for outpatients in the City.’
Philip Luce, hospital director of Bupa Cromwell Hospital added: ‘We are very excited that Simon Moyes will be practising at the hospital. We are already a centre of excellence in orthopaedics and his expertise will enhance this to provide our patients with a first-class service, something which we are constantly striving to provide. We are all looking forward to welcoming Simon.’