Mr Mark Jeffery is a Consultant at University Hospital Lewisham, London where he provides specialist management for a wide range of conditions affecting the shoulder, elbow, hand and wrist. He is an expert in arthroscopic surgery (keyhole) and reconstruction shoulder surgery including the recent technique of arthroscopic augmentation jacket for complex rotator tears and bone augmentation procedures for instability and navigation for complex shoulder arthroplasty.
His clinical expertise includes the evaluation and management of sports injuries, where he regularly treats rugby, swimming, rowing, golf, tennis and athletic related shoulder and upper limb injuries, his involvement in sport and rugby coaching provides a comprehensive perspective of treatment needs and recovery programs.
Highly involved in surgical training he is the appointed ‘Educational Lead’ in Surgery for Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust, responsible for surgical training, from the pre-graduate to the surgeon of the future. He takes pride that he was commended by the London trainees as ‘The Trainees for Clinical Supervisor of the year, London’ and ‘The Trainees Educational Supervisor of the year, London.’ He is also a Royal College of Surgeons College Tutor, where he has undertaken lecturing and examining pre and post-graduates in orthopaedic surgery. In addition he has trained international medical graduates being involved in their development programmes.
After qualifying from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, (Imperial College) London Mr Jeffery completed his surgical training in London and was privileged to undertake his specialist orthopaedic training at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital renowned international rotation, which also included other London teaching hospitals.
Mr Jeffery has been awarded two specialist fellowships, one in complex reconstructive surgery and in advanced arthroscopic techniques at the Epsom Shoulder Unit in Surrey and a Trauma Fellowship at The Royal London, Trauma Unit. He has researched and published in peer reviewed journals covering a variety of areas; complex rotator cuff tears, trauma and aspects of tendon disorders.