|Number of Beds:||1,180|
|Educational Supervisor:||Mr Kang|
|Rota Co-Ordinator:||Senior SPR - currently Andrea Bardos|
|Trauma Co-Ordinator:||Bleep 156-189|
Rota/ on call commitments
Full shift pattern with resident on call night shifts.
In any 12 month period, you do 3 x 1 month blocks of on call with a mixture of days on call and nights on call. You are free from all elective work during this time.
On calls are shared between SpRs and middle grades with middle grades doing more on call and covering elective SpR work when they are away.
SpRs are first on call day or night. SHOs are F2s to CT2s.
Epic – Addenbrooke’s is paperless (except for consent forms). There are good things about Epic but it is hard work to navigate and to get the most out of it.
The consultant teams are organised into pods; the purpose of this is to reduce the need to cross cover between specialties during leave etc and allow continuity of care for patients. Registrars are allocated formally to one or two consultants but will usually work with all consultants in their pod at various times.
Mr Hull* / Mr Vince – P&A / Arthroplasty
Mr Rawal* – P&A
Mr Carrothers* – P&A
Mr Khanduja – Hips
Mr Chou* / Mr Gooding – P&A / Arthroplasty
Mr Keene – Hips
Mr Owen – Hips
Mr Krkovic* – Lower limb recon
Mr Edwards / Mr Melton – Knees
Mr McDonnell / Mr Khan – Knees
Miss Ashby / Mr Rehm – Paeds
Miss Stohr – Paeds
Mr Latimer / Spine – Paeds and spines
Mr Robinson – Foot and ankle (just has a fellow)
Mr Johnston / Mr Hopkinson-Woolley – Hands
Mr Kang / Mr Johnston – Shoulders / Hands
Mr Van Rensburg* / Mr Tytherleigh-Strong – Shoulders
*major trauma consultants
Most operating is done at Addenbrookes. There are two trauma theatres: Th16 for MTC trauma and Th17 for DGH trauma.
Some consultants do day case elective lists at The Princess of Wales Hospital, Ely.
Clinics are mostly clinic 1 (hands in clinic 5), ground floor in the main outpatients’ department. Requests, documentation, follow up is all done on Epic.
Teaching and training
The trauma meeting involves teaching depending on which consultant has been on call. The Friday morning OTU meeting does involve teaching.
Main trauma meeting:
- T&O seminar room on C8
- between 7 and 8am depending on the consultant
OTU handover meeting:
- level 2 neuro library, next to NCCU/ J2 seminar room on Fridays
Rota coordinator: Andrea Bardos
Chief Educational Supervisor: currently Mr Kang
Pelvic & Complex Trauma Referrals
Referring hospitals should complete all referral documentation and ensure images have been sent via TRAD/PACS system.
Referral documentation available on: www.cambridgepelvicsurgery.co.uk
All Pelvic & Acetabular referrals: firstname.lastname@example.org
Major Trauma Patients requiring Emergency Surgery
For patients that require emergency trauma surgery Monday to Friday between the hours of 08.00 to 19.00. Please contact Theatre 16 (58036) and discuss with OTU Consultant on call. These do not require discussion with the on call consultant of the day.
For patients who are out of area early repatriation needs to be identified. Once the patient is ready the TTOs and discharge letter need completing. The referral to appropriate DGH is via the Orthopaedic Registrar on call. Please get accepting consultants name and document this in notes. Once this has been agreed inform nurse in charge of ward.
For repatriations back to Addenbrooke’s the registrar on call can accept them on behalf of the Consultant on call that day and they come under that consultant.