APPOINTED CLINICAL CHAIRMAN AT CIRCLEBATH
A leading orthopaedic surgeon has become the new clinical chairman of CircleBath.
Andrew Chambler brings 15 years of medical experience to the role including six years as a consultant surgeon at CircleBath, where he works alongside a team at Bath’s orthopaedic shoulder unit. He went full time at CircleBath three years ago.
His primary function will be representing the private Peasedown-based hospital, while providing clear clinical leadership to all staff.
He is committed to furthering the understanding of advanced arthroscopic techniques and joint replacement, a pursuit he first began while working at Yeovil District Hospital Foundation NHS Trust.
Mr Chambler said: “Since joining Circle in 2013, I have had the pleasure of working with an excellent group of people, at all levels, who strive to be better and genuinely care for their patients. As I take on this new role I look forward to developing these relationships further as CircleBath faces new challenges.”
General manager at CircleBath, Paul McGaughey, said: “Andrew has been a valued member of our team ever since his arrival, and it is with great pleasure that I make this announcement. His commitment to great patient care and self-improvement truly embody what Circle stands for as a partnership and I have no doubt that he will continue to do so in this new role.
“I am looking to working closely with Andrew to achieve great things in the future”
Mr Chambler has been a peer reviewers of several medical and he is regularly invited to lecture at a national and international level.
CircleBath has been treating orthopaedic patients since it first opened in 2010.