Mr Will Eardley

Orthopaedic Surgery
01642 854302
December 2014
Special interests
Mr Eardley has a combined clinical and academic practice. He is a military surgeon and has an academic background involving research in both clinical and pre-clinical aspects of trauma surgery and is completing a doctorate on extremity trauma. While undertaking a broad range of orthopaedic procedures, his main clinical interest and fellowship training is in trauma surgery. Limb reconstruction and the care of sports injuries are also an area of clinical interest. Overall advancing care of the severely injured and optimizing their rehabilitation at The James Cook University Hospital is his aim.
Mr Eardley qualified from the University of Aberdeen in 1998. He has undertaken basic surgical training throughout the United Kingdom, passing the MRCS(Ed) examination in 2005.  Militarily he has spent time in Germany as Regimental Medical Officer to the Royal Regiment of Wales and has been deployed operationally to Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan. Mr Eardley undertook higher surgical training in the Northern Deanery and was appointed as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon and clinical senior lecturer in December 2014.