Mr Paul Lee

Mr Paul Lee


Orthopaedic Surgery

25 years of experience
12 years as a specialist

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“He is an excellent surgeon very kind and caring. “
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  • Hip Surgery
  • Knee Surgery
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Languages spoken

  • English
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Registered with

  • General Medical Council: 5199546
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    Practices worked at

    The Princess Grace Hospital

    42-52 Nottingham Place, London, United Kingdom, W1U 5NY
    2,030 reviews


    Mr Paul Lee is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon currently working at the private practices Princess Grace Hospital, BMI The London Independent Hospital and London Bridge Hospital. His current NHS post is Royal London Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust. His areas of specialism are the hip and knee and his areas of interest include young adult hip conditions, joint preservation surgery and hip and knee joint replacement.

    Mr Lee attained his primary medical qualification, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degrees in 1997 from The University of Dublin. He undertook specialist training in Orthopaedics in the East Midlands Deanery. He has also undertaken many fellowships internationally. He has many professional memberships including Royal College of Surgeons of England.

    Additionally, Mr Lee is interested in research regarding topics including hip and knee arthroscopy, bone grafting and prevention and treatment of joint infection, he has published in many peer-reviewed scientific journals. He also utilises his expertise to offer courses to GPs and medical students.


    Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
    • Joint preservation surgery
    • Hip and knee joint replacement 
    • Hip and knee arthroscopy
    • Musculoskeletal Conditions 
    • Hip conditions 


    • Bunion Surgery
    • Hip Replacement
    • Knee Preservation Surgery
    • Knee Replacement
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    • MB BCh 1997 University of Dublin
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