The team at Grosvenor Orthopaedic Partners are committed to help you to return to good orthopaedic health.
Our professional and specialist approach to diagnosis and treatment ensures you have access to the best care and expert advice. Whilst you will benefit from continuity of dealing with the same consultant through your journey, you can also benefit from the expertise of an orthopaedic group. Meet our caring team below…
Dr Avinash Sharma
Dr Avinash Sharma has been a Consultant Physician at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital since April 2016. Prior to this he had been consulting at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital since August 2009.
He works collaboratively with his orthopaedic colleagues in optimising medical co-morbidities to improve health outcomes in his patients. He specialises in delivering comprehensive and patient-centred holistic care.
He trained in General and Geriatric Medicine in NW Thames (London Deanery), after attaining his MRCP in 2003. His clinical and research interest focuses on understanding the pathophysiology and management of varied illnesses in the elderly population, with a special emphasis on falls prevention, Parkinson’s disease, frailty and early supported discharge.
He has keen interest in training of medical students and junior doctors. He has co-authored various books to aid with MRCP exam preparation and till August 2015 had been RCP college tutor.
His private practice is based at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Lister Hospital, Chelsea Outpatients Centre, London Clinic, Schoen Clinic and RB&HH Clinic.
Dr Rebecca Smith
Dr Rebecca Smith qualified as a doctor in 2002 at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. She was granted Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists in 2009 and was appointed as a substantive Consultant Anaesthetist at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in 2014.
Rebecca has sub-specialty interests in Orthopaedics, Colorectal and Obstetric Anaesthesia. She has completed a Masters in Regional Anaesthesia through the University of East Anglia and holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Medical Education from the University of Dundee. Rebecca has completed an international fellowship in Obstetrics and Research at Mount Sinai Hospital. She is an instructor for Adult Life Support (ResusUK).
In conjunction with Mr Luke Jones, Rebecca has been instrumental in the design and delivery of enhanced recovery for knee replacement surgery.
Away from the operating theatre, Rebecca is an avid cyclist and travel enthusiast.
Dr Joanna Allam
Dr Joanna Allam successfully obtained her undergraduate medical degree (MBBS) from the University of London in 1998. As a postgraduate, she went on to train under the highly respected Imperial School of Anaesthesia, London, to achieve the Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists in 2003. During that time, she undertook a clinical and research fellowship in obstetric anaesthesia, and is now a well-published author in this field.
Dr Allam was appointed as a Consultant Anaesthetist by Chelsea & Westminster NHS Foundation Trust in 2007. Following on from that, she has been an active proponent of clinical governance and service quality improvement and has held several leadership positions within the department of Anaesthesia, including Airway, Recovery and Obstetric Anaesthesia leads. Throughout her career, she has been very involved with training and is a certified high fidelity simulation instructor, as well as an Adult Life Support (ResusUK) instructor. Her weekly clinical activities include anaesthesia for planned orthopaedic and emergency surgery, obstetrics /gynaecology and plastic surgery. She has, over several years, enjoyed working regularly and closely with Mr Sinnett, in combining the highest standards of clinical care for achieving optimal patient outcomes.