Dr Thomas Hilton

Specialises in limb salvage:

- Complex joint replacement

- Infected joint replacement

- Bone & soft tissue tumour resection

- Failed & complex trauma

- Metastatic bone disease

- Primary joint replacement (hip & knee)

Undergraduate Training

- Undergraduate medical degree (MBChB), University of Cape Town

Postgraduate Training

- Postgraduate Orthopaedic specialization, University of Cape Town

Groote Schuur & Red Cross Children's Hospital, Colleges of Medicine South Africa

 

- Fellow of the College of Surgeons (Orthopaedics), College of Medicine of South Africa

- Masters in Medicine (Orthopaedics), University of Cape Town

 

Fellowship Training

Orthopaedic Oncology and Joint Reconstruction

- Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Cape Town

- Royal National Orthopaedic Hosptial Stanmore, London.

 

Further qualifications

- Diplomas in Anaesthetics

- Diploma in  Emergency Medicine

Roles

- Head of Orthopedic Oncology unit at Groote Schuur & Red Cross Children's Hospital  

- Private practice at:

Life Vincent Pallotti Orthopaedic Hospital

Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital

Busamed Paardevlei Hospital 

- Sub-editor (Oncology) of the South African Orthopaedic Journal

- Reviewer South African Orthopaedic Journal

- South African Orthopaedic Registry Committee member

- SICOT National representative

- SICOT Research & Education Committee

- Sub-committee chairman - Oncology (SOLS)