Sami Hassan is a fellowship-trained Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon who has a specialist interest in hand and wrist surgery.
In 2019 Sami became one of only a few surgeons worldwide that has completed both the British and the European Hand Societies Diplomas.
After graduating from the University of Sheffield, Sami worked in South Yorkshire and the North West of England before moving to the East Midlands (North) where he completed both the Core and Higher Trauma and Orthopaedic Training Programs.
Sami then went on the complete prestigious fellowships in hand and wrist surgery at Chelsea and West minster Hospital Hand Unit, and then at the Pulvertaft Hand Centre, Derby, where he worked first as a the Senior Hand Fellow and the as a Locum Consultant. He was also awarded the BSSH Travelling Fellowship Award in 2015 to visit Robert A. Chase Hand & Upper Limb Centre, University of Stanford California, all of which has enhanced his surgical repertoire and experience in treating all routine and complex hand conditions.
Sami is actively involved in teaching both undergraduates and surgical trainees, as well as hand therapists. He has also been faculty on numerous courses and scientific meetings both nationally and internationally, and recently become a diploma tutor for the British Society for Surgery of the Hand.
Outside of work, Sami enjoys spending time with his family, travelling and coaching football, and has also worked as a doctors at international sporting events such as cricket and football.