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Dr Thomas Hilton

Dr Thomas Hilton

Specialises in limb salvage:

- Complex joint replacement

- Infected joint replacement

- Bone & soft tissue tumours

- Failed & complex trauma

Also performs

- Primary joint replacement

Undergraduate Training

-Undergraduate medical degree (MBChB), University of Cape Town

Postgraduate Training

-Postgraduate Orthopaedic specialization

University of Cape Town- Groote Schuur & Red Cross Children's Hospital, Colleges of Medicine South Africa FCS(Orth) 

-Masters in Medicine (Orthopaedics) from the University of Cape Town


Fellowship Training

Orthopaedic Oncology and Joint Reconstruction

- Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Cape Town

- Royal National Orthopaedic Hosptial Stanmore, London.


Further qualifications

-Diplomas in Anaesthetics

-Diploma in  Emergency Medicine


-Head of Orthopedic Oncology unit at Groote Schuur & Red Cross Children's Hospital  

-Private practice at Vincent Pallotti Life Orthopaedic Hospital 

-Sub-editor (Tumour & Sepsis) of the South African Orthopaedic Journal

-Reviewer South African Orthopaedic Journal

Dr Keith Hosking

Dr Keith Hosking

Dr Keith Hosking qualified as an Orthopedic surgeon at the University of Cape Town, and also completed a year fellowship in Orthopaedic Oncology / Limb sparing surgery at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham, UK, in 1999. Today he is a member of the International Limb Salvage Society and is a regular participant and contributor at international meetings. He is the head of the Orthopedic Oncology unit at Groote Schuur Hospital as well as the Life Orthopaedic Hospital. He has performed thousands of limb sparing surgeries.

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