Mr Samuel Sloan is a Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon subspecialising in Spinal Surgery, based at the Royal Victoria, Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children & Musgrave Park Hospital. He specialises in treating all aspects of the spine for spinal conditions in both adult and paediatric (children).
Mr Sloan graduated from the University of Dundee Medical School in 2005 before returning to Northern Ireland. Following a competitive interview process he joined the Northern Ireland Trauma & Orthopaedic training programme, gaining fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh in 2015. He completed his Higher Surgical Training in 2016. In addition he has completed an honours degree in Anatomical Sciences and a Diploma in Medical education.
Mr Sloan has undertaken two fellowships in Spinal Surgery, the first being in Belfast in 2016/17. In 2017/18 he completed a Spinal Fellowship in Sheffield, England. This is a well-established and world-renowned spinal fellowship incorporating all aspects of both adult and paediatric spinal surgery. He worked at both the Northern General and the Sheffield Children’s Hospital under the tutelage of some of the most experienced and respected UK spinal surgeons. Upon his return he took up his current consultant post in Belfast.
He is actively involved in teaching and research with Queens University, Belfast and strives to improve outcomes for patients by his involvement with the British Spinal Registry.
Kingsbridge Private Hospital, Belfast
Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Subspecialising in Spinal Surgery, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust. Adult and paediatric practice.
Mr Sloan's aim is to provide an honest, caring and professional service to all of his patients. He feels it is important to explore all options for treating spinal conditions. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his young family.
University of Dundee Medical School, 2005
University of Dundee Medical School, 2000
The Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, 2009
The Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, 2015
Queens University of Belfast, 2011
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