Mr Latimer has a specialist interest in adult hip and knee surgery and in trauma surgery.
Specialist interest in adult lower limb surgery and trauma surgery
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Mr Latimer studied 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.
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
Peterborough and Cambridge