Mr Simon Jennings, a fully trained consultant orthopaedic surgeon in London specialising in sports injuries and trauma surgery. His consulting rooms are 107 Harley Street but to give a service to patients in North London he also consults at the Clementine Churchill Hospital. The majority of his operations are at the Princess Grace Hospital, a large private hospital in central London with fully equipped theatres, a high dependency unit and resident medical staff.
He trained at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London, gained a degree in Clinical Sciences at St Mary’s Hospital and Imperial College in 1991 and obtained his MBBS in 1992. After a fellowship year in knee surgery at the Wellington Hospital Knee Surgery Unit he was appointed to the higher surgical training rotation at University College and the Middlesex Hospitals. In 2004 he completed his orthopaedic training in London and at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore. He has been a consultant at Northwick Park Hospital since then.
Mr Jennings has a long history of working with elite athletes in Rugby Union (NEC Harlequins), Rugby League (London Crusaders / London Broncos / Harlequins RL) and the Great Britain Judo Team.
In cases where patients do not require surgery, he works closely with a multitude of therapists, including rheumatologists, physicians, physiotherapists, chiropractors and osteopaths to ensure that each individual achieves the optimal service and outcome for their problem.
As an orthopaedic surgeon with a friendly approach, he is readily accessible and is keen to involve the patient in the whole process of treatment.
Their practice is not based at 108 Medical Chambers but are part of the wider clinical team.