Mr Amit Atrey
Amit Atrey is an orthopaedic consultant who practices at the BMI hospital in Bury St Edmunds and the Nuffield Hospital in Cambridge.
You can can contact his secretary Mrs Joan Bryant on 07936 030482 or email her on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment or even a free initial phone consultation.
Amit trained at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Medical School, London and qualified in 2000. After Basic Surgical training he obtained his Masters degree from Imperial College, London. Soon after he started he completed his Specialist Orthopaedic training in the South East Thames region. He joined as a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in year 4 of training allowing him to concentrate on hip and knee surgery from then on.
Fellowship & Specialist Training
In 2011, Amit did a fellowship in Hamburg, Germany where he learned to deal with complex injuries including pelvic trauma.
Hip & Knee
Toronto: Amit spent a year working with world famous hip and knee surgeons, Professors Waddell & Schemitsch. Here he did a high number of complex primary and revision (redo) joint replacements. He furthered his research interests and continues to have strong research links with the university and hospital in Canada. He performed more than 700 cases in this year abroad.
Warwick: Upon returning to the UK, Amit spent another year fine tuning his Techniques. Working with Mr Steve Young, he was taught Minimally Invasive Hip Replacements and also the importance of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery.
Amit spent over a year as a locum consultant in Cheltenham & Gloucester in 2013, before being appointed a Substantive NHS consultant in Bury St Edmunds in 2015.
Amit maintains a strong interest in research. He is currently the research lead for the West Suffolk Hospital.
He has over 25 published articles in peer reviewed journals with more in submission and progress.
A list of his publications can be seen on this link
His main focus of research is hip and knee surgery.
Teaching is an important part of the orthopaedic consultant role. Amit won trainer of the year in 2014 for the South West Deanery. He set up and ran a weekly FRCS club for the registrars and has taught on FRCS preparation courses amongst others
If you decide to have an operation privately with Amit, you will be operated on by him only.
Amit is married with two young children. Most of his spare time is taken up running after them however, he still enjoys fitness.
He was a keen rugby player and represented Lancashire and the North of England competitive matches. He has also played for the Oxford University Rugby team and the Royal College of Surgeons.