Specialist in knee and hip surgery with an interest in sports injury and joint reconstruction including:
Mr Simon Jennings was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, with a special interest in knee and hip surgery, at North West London Hospitals NHS Trust in 2005. He also consults in Harley Street and at the BMI Clementine Churchill Hospital in North-West London. He operates at the Princess Grace Hospital in Central London and the BMI Clementine Churchill Hospital.
Mr Jennings trained in medicine at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, where he qualified in 1992 and subsequently underwent basic and higher surgical training in London.
His orthopaedic training was on the University College Hospital rotation including the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, in Stanmore. He spent a year as a Fellow in Knee Surgery at the Wellington Hospital Knee Surgery Unit, where he developed his on-going interest in knee surgery.
Mr Jennings has always had an interest in sport and sports injuries. Throughout his career he has worked as a doctor for elite athletes in Rugby Union (Harlequins), Rugby League (London Crusaders / London Broncos / Harlequins RL) and the Great Britain Judo Team.
His aim is to provide a service which allows rapid assessment, diagnosis, and management of knee and hip conditions. He will explore all modalities of treatment and select a path to recovery that is tailored to the patient's needs, aiming to return the patient to full function as soon as possible. In order to achieve this, Mr Jennings uses state of the art techniques to improve accuracy and outcomes.
108 Harley Street
Tel: 020 7486 9323
Fax: 020 7935 6830
I found that my dealings with Mr Jennings surgery was of very high standard and was particularly impressed with the follow up call from Mr Jennings himself. I was treated with respect and professionalism and will not hesitate to recommend him to friends and family.
Further to my feedback I would also like to mention how quickly Mr Jennings was able to admit me to the Clementine Churchill Hospital and perform the operation to mend my break, in a very short space of time. SN