Frimley Park Hospital
When Frimley Park Hospital was built in 1974 it served a population of 170,000 and saw 25,000 inpatients and day patients each year. Last year 65,000 inpatients and day patients were treated and there were 250,000 outpatients’ appointments. Soon the local population will reach 400,000 and growth looks likely to continue with more large housing developments. In 1996 they incorporated a Ministry of Defence hospital unit, substantially improving their patient services. In 2005 they became the first hospital in their area to be awarded foundation trust status.
Mr. Jonathan Hull FRCS Orth
Mr Jonathan Hull was appointed as an Army Consultant at Frimley Park in 1996. He left the Army in 1999 but continued in post at Frimley where he has a busy NHS practice. Mr Hull is a Fellow of the British Orthopaedic Association and a member of the British Trauma Society. His special interests are hip and knee disorders, hip replacement including revision, hip arthroscopy and resurfacing. Knee arthroscopy, ligament reconstruction, knee replacement and osteotomy are all operations he undertakes regularly.
Frimley Park Hospital Portsmouth Road Surrey United Kingdom