Mr Rohit Jain is the Clinical Director & Consultant Orthopaedic Hip, Knee & Trauma Surgeon at Medway Maritime Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, an Associate Teaching Hospital of The University of London. He is a fellowship-trained specialist in primary and revision hip & knee replacement surgery. He also has an interest in young adult hip pathology, trauma and enhanced recovery surgery and rehabilitation.
He has been awarded Clinical Excellence Award by the NHS Trust in 2019 for his genuine efforts in improving patient care and supporting teaching and training of young surgeons. He has also been awarded the Certificate of Excellence award in 2019 by ‘I Want Great Care’ organisation for being recognised consistently by his patients for the outstanding care.
Mr Jain attained a National Training Number through an extremely competitive selection process. He has completed his specialist training on the prestigious North Western Deanery Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery Training Program.
He has accomplished his sub-specialist hip & knee arthroplasty training at the Orthopaedic and Arthritic Institute at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, Canada, one of North America’s leading hospitals for musculoskeletal care, education and research. During his time there he was awarded a Fellowship Diploma from the University of Toronto. This has been further complemented by Sir John Charnley Arthroplasty fellowship at the world-renowned Wrightington Hospital – a centre of Orthopaedic excellence in UK. His sub-specialist experience further includes National BOA Transitional Lower Limb Arthroplasty Fellowship and the Academic Exchange Program at world renowned EndoKlinik in Germany.
Mr Jain is actively involved in teaching and training medical students and is the clinical and educational supervisor for junior doctors. He is an Advanced Trauma Life Support Instructor. Mr Jain is a trainer on FRCS Exam Revision courses and is on the panel of reviewers for the prestigious Bone and Joint Journal.
The guiding principle of Mr Jain’s clinical & surgical practice is: ‘Do listen to your patients and always have them at the centre of your thinking, that’s what makes the big difference.’