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New Service for Bridlington Hospital

A new service is being offered at Bridlington Hospital after the appointment of Adnan A Faraj a new Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in foot and ankle surgery.

This is a new service for Bridlington Hospital which means that patients undergoing foot and ankle surgery can now be treated locally.

Mr Faraj joins York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust from Airedale NHS Foundation Hospital where he was the Clinical Lead and Director for Orthopaedics. He has published significantly within the field of Orthopaedics and is the recipient of four national excellence awards.

Paul Rafferty, Directorate Manager for Trauma and Orthopaedics, said: "We are delighted to welcome Mr Faraj to our Orthopaedic Team at Bridlington Hospital. Since the elective orthopaedic service moved to Bridlington Hospital in April the service has gone from strength to strength. This appointment strengthens the service further by allowing us to perform foot and ankle surgery.”

A general Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon Mr Faraj's sub speciality is foot and ankle surgery, he has a special interest in lower limb arthroplasty including ankle replacement.

Patients may require surgery to treat a number of foot and ankle conditions including arthritis, painful conditions, foot deformity and toe problems.

As well as running an outpatient clinic at Bridlington Mr Faraj will also run a clinic at Whitby for Whitby-based patients who will undergo surgery at Bridlington.

20 February 2015

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