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Mr Simon Wall

Orthopaedic Surgeon
BSc, MBBS, FRCS Eng (Tr & Orth), FRACS (Ortho)
Hip and knee replacement and revision surgery, knee arthroscopy and ligament reconstruction and orthopaedic trauma.
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About
Mr Simon Wall is a Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon with experience and expertise in lower limb joint replacement and revision surgery, knee arthroscopy and ligament reconstruction, general orthopaedics and trauma surgery.
Dr Wall operates privately from St John of God Murdoch and Mt Lawley Hospitals, and has public appointments in Perth (at Fiona Stanley Hospital, Fremantle Hospital) as well as in the Great Southern at Albany Hospital. Simon has previously served as a Consultant at the State Major Trauma Unit at Royal Perth Hospital. He is a head of Department at (…) He consults privately in Perth at Orthopaedics WA, at Murdoch and in Albany at the Great Southern Specialist Centre.

Simon gained his Medical Degree from Imperial College, London, in 1998. He completed his Orthopaedic training in the SW Thames Region based at St Georges Hospital, London. He complemented his Orthopaedic training with Specialist fellowships in the UK, USA and Australia.
Fellowships
Simon is fellowship-trained in primary and revision hip and knee surgery, and sports knee reconstruction at the world-leading Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Centre, Exeter, UK, and at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth.

Simon also undertook fellowship in major trauma surgery at Royal Perth Hospital. He completed a research fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, USA, with research into minimally invasive hip surgery, ACL injury mechanisms and osteoporotic fracture biomechanics.
Trauma
Mr Wall has a passion for trauma surgery, with experience gained at the State Major Trauma Unit in Perth and continued at the Fiona Stanley Hospital. He has particular expertise and interest in the management of complex lower limb injuries. Simon is the liaison Orthopaedic Surgeon in the State Rehabilitation Centre.
Albany
Simon consults privately from the Great Southern Specialist Centre on Cockburn Road in Albany. He is able to provide public surgical services at Albany Regional Hospital. Simon fell in love with The Great Southern region when he first visited, and has been providing a regular visiting elective and emergency Orthopaedic service at Albany Hospital since 2011.
Qualifications
FRACS (Fellow of The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons), Trauma and Orthopaedics, 2013

FRCS (Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons, England), Trauma and Orthopaedics, 2008

MB.BS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery), Imperial College School of Medicine (formerly Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School), 1998

BSc. Physiology, (intercalated), University of London, 1995
Fellowships
Exeter, UK, 2010
Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Centre, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital. Advanced knee reconstruction, sports knee injury and ACL surgery, primary and revision knee replacement. Mr Andy Toms, Mr Peter Schranz, Mr Keith Eyres.

Royal Perth Hospital, 2009
Major trauma surgical management.

Sir Charles Gairdner and Hollywood Hospitals, Perth, 2009
Primary and revision hip and knee replacement, sports knee surgery.

Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 2008.
Research in minimally invasive hip replacement, ACL injury mechanisms, Osteoporotic fracture biomechanics.
Interests
In his spare time Simon and his family enjoy sport and travel in WA and beyond.
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Practice Head Office
Orthopaedics WAMurdoch
Suite 15, Wexford Medical Centre
3 Barry Marshall Parade
Murdoch WA 6150
Tel: (08) 9312 1135
Fax: (08) 9332 1187
Email Us

Orthopaedics WAMt Lawley
Suite 113, Mt Lawley Medical Centre
Ellesmere Road
Mt Lawley WA 6050
Tel: (08) 9312 1135
Fax: (08) 9332 1187
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COMING SOON: Murdoch Square
Suite 205, Tower C
44 Barry Marshall Parade
Murdoch WA 6150

Office Hours: 9am–5pm
Monday to Friday (closed public holidays)
 
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