Mr Peter Ward

Peter Ward trained in medicine at Bristol University. He went on to complete a Masters Degree in Oxford, studying limb development. Working as a registrar in the South West he completed his specialist orthopaedic training.

In 2000 he spent a year as a senior lecturer and Arthroplasty Fellow in Adelaide South Australia specialising in hip surgery.

Appointed as a Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedics at Dorset County Hospital in 2001, Peter Ward has developed a revision and complex primary hip surface service in Dorchester. Complex revision work can be undertaken locally in West Dorset.

 
Speciality
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
Degrees
  • MbChB – Bristol 1984 – 89
  • MSc – Oxford 1992
  • FRCS Eng 1994 FRCS
Areas of Expertise
  • Hip Replacement Surgery
  • Knee Replacement Surgery
  • Hip Revision Surgery
  • Hip Injection Treatment
  • Hip Resurfacing
  • Knee Arthroscopy
  • Knee Injuries
Background  
  • Registrar on Wessex Orthopaedic Training Program
  • One year’s fellowship in hip Arthroplasty in Australia
  • Sixteen years consultant experience as Arthroplasty and Trauma Surgery

Patient Testimonials

I am writing to say thank you for the excellent care I received both from yourself and all of your team during my recent two days stay in your hospital. The care and attention I received from everyone made the whole experience easy to cope with, and was second to none.

NW 2017, Weymouth

I want to write to say how very grateful myself and the whole of my family are for all you have done in my recent hip operation. I have the feeling words will somehow not suffice but I want you to know how thankful I am for all the skill, care and attention you gave me. Your patience throughout gave me immense support and once again very many thanks for all you did.

PH 2017, Wareham

I Would like to express my grateful thanks to you and your team for the wonderful care and support I received when you gave me my new hip. Wow it was amazing. Many thanks again from a rejuvenated 73 year old.

JB. Radstock , Somerset