About Prof Joseph Queally

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Prof Joseph Queally

Hip, knee and trauma specialist focused on patient care

Prof Joseph M Queally

MD FRCS (Tr & Ortho) M Ed (Surg Ed)

Prof Queally is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon who was formerly Departmental Head of Trauma at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, one of the UK’s leading major trauma centres. He has won awards for his research into joint replacement and has published widely in leading health journals.

Prof Queally’s private practice focuses on achieving the best possible outcomes for patients using the latest evidence-based treatments. Our approach is always to explore minimally invasive and non-surgical treatment options fully before recommending surgery. This is to ensure you receive safest, most effective treatment for your condition with the fastest possible recovery times. We provide professional and compassionate aftercare.

Professional background

Prof Queally specialises in orthopaedic surgery including:

Prof Queally was formerly Departmental Head of Trauma at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, one of the leading major trauma centres in the UK, serving a population of around six million people.

In 2019, Joseph returned to Ireland and was appointed as Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at St James’s Hospital and Tallaght Hospital as well as Beacon Centre for Orthopaedics, where he also runs his private practice. He is an Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin.

  • Completed surgical training in Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
  • Fellowship in complex trauma and joint replacement at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
  • Masters in Surgical Education at Imperial College London.
  • Prof Queally has published widely in leading health journals such as the BMJ and Cochrane.
  • He has more than 800 citations of his research and has won awards for his research into joint replacement. Read more >
  • Prof Queally also holds an NIHR grant for a major trial into the role of total hip replacement in acetabular fractures.
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