Nigel Rossiter is a Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon in Basingstoke, where he has been since 2002/3 and was a previous Clinical Director of Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery for Hampshire Hospitals.
He was previously in the British Army from 1985.
He trained in London, Londonderry, Belfast, Gosport, Plymouth and Oxford. He has done fellowship training in London, Salisbury, Oxford, USA & Russia.
His principal areas of practice are in Orthopaedic Trauma and Trauma related problems, all aspects of knee surgery and soft tissue shoulder surgery.
He has been the Clinical Lead for Trauma and Major Incidents at Hampshire Hospitals
He led the setting up of the Trauma Networks for South Central area of England and the Wessex Trauma Network
He is a Past (and Founding) President of the Orthopaedic Trauma Society
Nigel is Chair of the Trustees of the Primary Trauma Care Foundation charity and a founder and former trustee of his hosital charity: Basingstoke Hoima Partnership for Health (with a hospital in Uganda)
He has chaired AO Principles and Advances Orthopaedic Trauma education in UK & Ireland over an 11 year period and been faculty for 20 years teaching on these, the Current Concepts course and Tips for Trainers and Chairs in the UK & internationally
He teaches regularly on Training the Trainers courses
He has been a member of a NICE committee (on VTE)
He has been a Basic Surgical Skills tutor for the Royal College of Surgeons
He helped write the original STEP course for the Royal College of Surgeons
He is a co-founder, Director and Chair of Incision Indemnity - insuring >200 surgeons.
Nigel is listed in Who's Who - from whom he has recieved an Hippocrates award for excellence in the field of medicine, has been voted Trainer of the Year for the Wessex region twice and has been a finalist twice in the NHS Shine Awards as Inspiring Educator of the Year. He has published and presented widely including addressing the UN General Assembly in 2020, the WHO & ICRC on superfluous and unnecessary injuries in conflict.
He is married with four rugby playing and skiing sons.