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About Mr Hunter

Mr Hunter is a substantive consultant in trauma and orthopaedic surgery based at the Wrexham Maelor and Chester Grosvenor Hospitals. As well as undertaking general trauma surgery, he has a sub-speciality interest in hip and knee joint replacement surgery (including redo replacements and treatment of fractures around hip and knee replacements). He is a clinical supervisor for surgical trainees and an honorary clinical lecturer for both Cardiff University and Bangor University.

Mr Hunter completed his undergraduate medical training in Manchester followed by foundation training in the Oxford deanery. He completed core surgical training in both plastic surgery and trauma and orthopaedic surgery before securing a place on the prestigious Stoke/Oswestry orthopaedic higher surgical training programme. 

During this time he presented at national conferences, published papers in international peer-reviewed journals and developed a keen interest in teaching.


He was awarded a Postgraduate Certificate and Postgraduate Diploma in medical education and a Master’s degree in Evidence-Based Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery.


After completion of his training, Mr Hunter spent a further year at the internationally renowned Wrightington Hospital – a specialist centre for hip and knee surgery, prior to taking up his consultant post.


Mr Hunter is a true advocate of patient-centred care with an emphasis on enhanced recovery following surgery and prides himself on excellent patient communication. 

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