Mr Paul Jarrett
Paul is an experienced Hand, Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Upper Limb Orthopaedic Surgeon.
Paul has had a rich education in medicine and surgery and undertook his medical degree at Glasgow University, with a period of this time spent at the University of Western Australia pursuing an anatomy scholarship.
Paul undertook Basic surgical training at Royal Perth Hospital and his initial Orthopaedic training at Auckland Hospital in New Zealand.
Subsequently he took up Advanced Orthopaedic Training in Glasgow and the Royal London Hospital and Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in London including six months of peripheral nerve surgery training.
He then spent a year engaged in the British Hand Surgery Society Fellowship in Hand Surgery at the St Andrews Hand Surgery Centre in Chelmsford, England.
Paul treats all conditions of the hand and upper limb including bone, joint, tendon, ligament and nerve problems and injuries.
Paul has a passion for research and teaching and is a trainer for orthopaedic surgery trainees and lectures to medical students in both Western Australian medical schools regularly, and to physiotherapy students as well as General Practitioners on an on-going basis. Paul presents at regional, national and international meetings and has many publications in orthopaedic and hand surgery journals.
Paul has a weekly clinic and operating session at Fremantle Hospital where he is the Head of Department of Hand Surgery and where he sees all his public non-insured patients.
- Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons