Caroline Hing

Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon, St George's Hospital, London

Caroline trained in Medicine at University College London with an intercalated BSc in Anatomy & Developmental Biology. She completed her Orthopaedic and Trauma training on the Pott Rotation based at Barts and The London Hospitals with a further period of training at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital whilst completing an MD, doctoral thesis on patellofemoral instability. She also completed an MSc in Orthopaedic Engineering awarded by the University of Wales. Her fellowships included trauma at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia and knee surgery at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals in London. 

She has subspecialty interests in knee surgery, especially patellofemoral instability and in trauma. She is an honorary Reader at St George’s University London with research interests in osteoarthritis and trauma. She is a clinical director for corporate outpatients and she leads for research in orthopaedics in the trust. She is co-editor in chief of The Knee Journal. She supports equality and diversity within the executive committees of BASK and the BOA. In her spare time she rock climbs, ice climbs and free-dives. She also enjoys baking, stone sculpting, glass blowing and jewellery making.

Connect with Caroline:

Twitter: @CarolineHing