cameron-hatrick

Mr N Cameron Hatrick

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Written by a patient at Royal Sussex County Hospital
23rd October 2020

First class treatment by the NHS from start to finish.

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Written by a patient at The Montefiore Hospital
9th October 2020

Dr Hatrick is a great doctor, very thorough and talented I felt completely safe in his care

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Written by a patient at Royal Sussex County Hospital
12th August 2020

I found Cameron Hatrick to be friendly and efficient, and because of this put me at ease. I was in considerable pain, and distress with my condition. I was diagnosed with a frozen shoulder, and he very clearly explained this condition and how best to tackle the pain I was in. I experienced an X-ray guided steroid injection, which has really helped. I feel safe in the knowledge that should I need any more support from him he will be there for me. I would also like to add how helpful his secretary was during this process, and what great communication they both had. Questions I had neglected to ask during the consultation were quickly answered. Thank You for looking after by shoulder!

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Written by a patient at The Montefiore Hospital
26th May 2020

Mr Hatrick listened, gave clear guidance and good advice. Different approaches were tried to alleviate symptoms before we decided on surgery. He suggested different options that were considered. He explained things clearly at each stage and answered any questions I had.

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Written by a patient at Princess Royal Hospital
13th March 2020

When I first saw Mr Hatrick he was fully aware of my problems and immediately explained what was causing my extreme pain. He recommended surgery to replace my shoulder joint and fully explained what it would entail. My surgery went ahead, was successful and I was able to go on holiday 7 weeks after. He arranged for me to have extensive physiotherapy and I now have full mobility and go to keep fit twice a week. I would highly recommend Mr Hatrick if you have to have shoulder surgery.

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Mr N Cameron Hatrick was awarded the iWantGreatCare certificate of excellence in 2020 for delivering outstanding care.

Profile

Cameron Hatrick trained at Clare College, Cambridge and St. Thomas’ Hospital, London qualifying in 1990. He underwent Basic Surgical Training on the St Bartholomew’s rotation, London and then specialised in Orthopaedics on the South East Thames Orthopaedic rotation. He undertook two fellowships in Sydney, Australia, sub-speacialising in shoulder and hand surgery. The first fellowship was with Professor Michael Tonkin in the Department of Hand Surgery and Peripheral Nerve Surgery at the Royal North Shore Hospital. The second fellowship was with Professor David Sonnabend in the Department of Orthopaedics, Prince of Wales Hospital and also with Professor William Walsh in the Orthopaedic Research Laboratories in the same hospital. In November 1999 he was awarded the Walter Mercer Gold Medal and the Arthur Edward Burton Memorial Prize for his performance in the Intercollegiate Specialty Examination in Orthopaedic Surgery. The following year he was nominated as the British Orthopaedic Association ‘Young Ambassador’ to the Hong Kong Orthopaedic Association at their annual congress. In 2001 he was appointed as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at the Royal Sussex County Hospital, now the Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust (BSUH). He has developed a successful multi-disciplinary, ‘one-stop’ shoulder clinic based in Lewes Victoria Hospital with an on-site radiology colleague undertaking investigations as required and advanced physiotherapy practitioners reviewing patients alongside him in the clinic. He was the lead orthopaedic surgeon for the Sussex Orthopaedic Treatment Centre from its opening in June 2006 until September 2009. From September 2009 until February 2013 he was the lead orthopaedic consultant for BSUH NHS Trust. He was a member of council for the British Elbow and Shoulder Society (BESS) from 2015-2018. He is currently Medical Director of The Montefiore Hospital in Hove. His practice covers the full range of arthroscopic and open shoulder surgery, including ASAD, arthroscopic and open shoulder stabilisation, SLAP repair, arthroscopic rotator cuff repair, shoulder replacement (anatomical and reverse) and fixation of upper limb fractures. Teaching and Training is a particular interest of his. He is a faculty member of the Watanabe Club, which runs regular shoulder arthroscopy courses around the UK introducing surgeons to arthroscopic shoulder surgery and teaching advanced techniques to established surgeons. He has lectured at international meetings and lectures regularly at Brighton and Sussex Medical School and on the South East Thames Orthopaedic Rotation. He has set up and runs a regular open surgical skills course and, in 2005, he was appointed a Visiting Fellow at the Brighton University Faculty of Health in recognition of his contribution to post-graduate teaching. He is also a member of the British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) and the British Elbow and Shoulder Society (BESS). Cameron is married with three children (all now in their 20's) and enjoys playing tennis (unfortunately being beaten easily by his son!), cycling, skiing, hiking on the Downs/ in the Lakes/ Snowdonia, sailing and windsurfing (fair-weather only nowadays!). He can be contacted at BSUH on 01273 400486 ext’n 7849, at Lewes Victoria Hospital on 01273 474153 (secretary Glynis Mockett) or at the Montefiore Hospital in Hove on 01273 828095 (secretary Angela Crosskey), email cameron.hatrick@springgroup.org

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