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Written by a NHS patient at Addenbrooke's Hospital
20th February 2021


My daughter saw Mr Latimer in January 2020. He was very reassuring and put her at ease. He listened to her and helped explained what the potential issue maybe. He was very thorough and persistent and was able to get referred for an MRI very quickly. His follow up was brilliant and again very reassuring and helpful.

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Written by a patient at Addenbrooke's Hospital
14th December 2020


I saw Mr Latimer in July 2020 when I had broken my left ankle. Knowing as a type 1 diabetic & with a history of Charcot, that healing would be neither a simple or fast matter for me. Mr Latimer took time a plenty to explain the pros & cons of courses of action that I felt fully informed & he treated me with respect. During all of this he showed kindness & care & everything was delivered firmly but, with humour & compassion

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Written by a patient at Fitzwilliam Hospital
26th November 2020


Excellent consultation, very friendly, professional and understanding, explained everything clearly, Felt totally at ease. Many Thanks

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Written by a carer at Addenbrooke's Hospital
20th November 2020


My six year old son is under Mr Latimer's care having broken his arm last month. Mr Latimer dealt with my son very kindly and went above and beyond at our appointment, listening to my son's questions about bones and kindly engaging in conversation with him - rather than hurrying us out as many others might have done. Mr Latimer took the time to follow up one of my son's tricky questions in a subsequent letter, something we were not at all expecting and the comments delighted my son. We were very grateful for the effort and personal touch. Thank you.

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Written by a carer at Addenbrooke's Hospital
5th November 2020


Mr Latimer and his team at Addenbrooke’s are fabulous. My son has undergone two surgeries here and on both occasions received fabulous treatment and aftercare. My son is autistic and A rather nervous patient, this aspect was handled very well too. Both of us wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this brilliant surgeon.

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Mr Mark Latimer was awarded the iWantGreatCare certificate of excellence in 2021 for delivering outstanding care.

Profile

Mr Mark Latimer BA (Hons) MBBChir MA MEng MRCS (Eng) MRCS (Ed) FRCS (Tr & Orth) Mark Latimer was awarded the iWantGreatCare Clinical Excellence Award in 2018 Mark Latimer was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals in February 2009. He was appointed to an Honorary Consultant post in Addenbrookes in 2010. He has a specialist interest in children’s orthopaedics, adult lower limb surgery and trauma surgery. He is the Chairman of the East of England Children's Surgical and Anaesthetic Forum. Before studying medicine he graduated from Oxford University with a degree in Engineering Economics and Management. He performed Engineering research for both ICI and Monsanto as an intern before going on to complete a fourth year Masters in Engineering at Oxford. He subsequently studied Pre-Clinical Medicine at Oxford University and Clinical Medicine at Cambridge University. He was awarded the degree of MBBChir in December 1997. He joined the East Anglian Orthopaedic Rotation in 2002. This included 2 years of dedicated lower limb surgery in Cambridge. He passed his FRCS (Tr & Orth) exams in 2007 and was selected for the prestigious Ingham Fellowship in Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery in Sydney. He spent a little over a year in Sydney. The fellowship included a comprehensive training in all aspects of children’s orthopaedic and trauma surgery as well as an opportunity to work in the Kerry Packer Research Institute with Professor David Little. He has published academic papers in numerous fields including cardiology, anaesthesia, plastic surgery, neurosurgery and of course orthopaedics! Qualifications: BA (Hons), 1992, Oxford University, MEng, 1993, Oxford University, MBBChir, 1997, Cambridge University, MRCS, 2001, RCS Edinburgh, MRCS, 2002, RCS England, FRCS (Tr & Orth), 2007, RCS England. Clinical Interests: All aspect of children’s orthopaedics, Adult hip and knee surgery, and Trauma surgery Medico-Legal Practice: General medical reports, and Expert witness work relating to non accidental injury

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