Dr Kalpit Patel (MS Ortho, FRCS)

(Specialist Joint Replacement Surgeon)



   Higher Secondary State Board ( HSC) 1989 : Rosary High School , Baroda

   M.B.B.S 1994 : Government Medical College, Maharaja Sayajirao (MS) University Baroda, India.

   M.S ( Orthopaedics) 1998 : S.S.G Hospital & Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda, India

   PLAB 2000 : General Medical Council, UK

   FRCS 2002 : Royal College of surgeons, UK


    Scholarship prize in subject of General Surgery in final year MBBS

    Distinction grade in Anatomy and Forensic Medicine in medical school

    Higher Secondary State Board exams with distinction.


   Aug 89 - Apr 95   MBBS and Rotating Internship

After obtaining MBBS degree (1994) I underwent an internship programme for 1 year which included postings as Medical officer at Primary Health Centers and S.S.G. Hospital, Baroda, which is a 1500 bedded tertiary multi-speciality District Referral Hospital. I had exposure into specialities like Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics, etc.

   June 95 - June 99   Postgraduate Orthopaedic Resident

Subsequently from 1995-1999 I completed a 4 years Postgraduate Residency Programme in Orthopedic Department of Sri Sayajirao Hospital, Baroda which laid a foundation in the principles of both orthopaedic and trauma surgery.

   Feb 2001 - Jan 2004   Orthopaedic Registrar in UK

My orthopaedic training in various teaching hospitals in UK has refined and extended my operative skills and exposed me to Arthroplasty and arthroscopic surgeries

  • Feb 01 - Aug 01     Trauma firm

    QEQM Hospital, Margate

  • Aug 01 - Aug 02     Joint Replacement and ACL reconstruction firm

    Colchester General Hospital

  • Aug 02 - Feb 03     Arthroscopy firm

    Great western Hospital, Swindon

  • Feb 03 - Aug 03     Knee Replacement firm

    York District Hospital

  • Aug 03 - Jan 04     Hip Replacement firm

    York District Hospital, York

   Feb 2004 - Apr 2008   Orthopaedic Registrar in UK

Practicing as Joint specialist surgeon at a private orthopaedic hospital in Baroda with peripheral clinics visits in Bharuch, Ankleswar and surat.

   April 2008 - Sept 2009   Full-time Joint Replacement surgeon

In the Dept. of Orthopaedics at Sterling Hospital, Barod

   Sept 2009 - sept 2012   Full-time Joint Replacement surgeon

In the Dept. of Orthopaedics at Global Hospital, Baroda


   Oct 2012   BOA Arthroplasty symposium, baroda

   Sept 2012   WBASCON, calcutta

   Apr 2010   GOAcon orthopaedic workshop

   Oct 2009   Cartilage workshop at IAS 2009

   Sep 2008   Computer assisted surgery fellowship Mannheim, Germany

   Aug 2006   APAS , singapore

   July 2005   Joint Replacement state of Art (JRSOA), pune, India

   June 2003   AO Principles course, Leeds, UK

   Nov 2002   VIII Annual Principles of Fracture Fixation course, Leicester

   Oct 2002   Basic Knee Arthroplasty course, RNOH stanmore

   Oct 2002   Basic Knee Arthroscopy course, RCS England

   June 2001   ATLS Provider course, Margate


   ABSTRACTS - presented at 2nd Vienna Future symposium, Vienna, Feb 2003

   Bilateral spontaneous rupture of the long head of biceps brachii tendon in a young person - A review of a rare case-- Patel Kalpit, Joshi AP, Murray JR, Woods DA.

   Traumatic knee dislocation- A rare sports injury- Joshi AP, Kale S, Patel KK, Hambridge JE.

   Flexor pollicis longus tendon rupture - An unusual postoperative complication following k-wire fixation for distal radius fracture-- Joshi AP, Patel Kalpit, Lennox CME.

   Revision knee replacement surgery- A review Joshi AP, Patel Kalpit, Rushforth G, Beaumont A, Cox D.


   Tibial Condylar fractures - Percutaneous cannulated cancellous screw fixation,

   Kalpit K Patel, Dr Ramesh Panchal Maharaja Sayajirao university and Medical College, Baroda, India (1998).

   POSTER PRESENTATION SICOT 2003, Cairo . EFORT 2003, Helsinki

   Displaced olecranon fractures managed conservatively - A restrospective analysis,

Kalpit Patel, Murray, Lowdon
Dept. of orthopaedic surgery, Princess Margaret Hospital, Swindon, UK PAPER

   Delays in open fracture management:where do they occur?

Robert Ashford, Antonio Frasquet-Garcia, Kalpit K Patel, Peter Campbell Dept. of Trauma and Orthopaedic surgery, York Hospital, York, UK Injury, Int.J.Care injured (2004) 35, 1107-1109


   Paper - presented at Annual State Orthopaedic Conference; Jamnagar, India (Feb 1999)

Tibial Condylar Fractures - Management by percutaneous cannulated cancellous screw fixation.

   Paper - presented at SICOT 2003, Cairo

Management practices in supracondylar humerus fractures in children - a retrospective Study .


   A laboratory based experimental study to test biomechanical characteristics of fixation of peri- prosthetic femoral shaft fractures around well-fixed total hip replacements with the use of locking compression plate (LCP). This can then be customized to improve its design to deal with this problem in a more effective manner. (AO Laboratory, Davos , Switzerland)


   To strive for excellence in all spheres of life and not compromise on quality to remain employed. To simplify medical complexities and enable patients to make the right treatment choices-that is my goal.