Ramon is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at King’s College Hospital. He qualified from University College Medical School in London and completed his initial surgical training at Guy’s & St.Thomas’s Hospitals. He undertook specialist training in trauma and orthopaedic surgery on The Royal London Training Programme and was awarded prestigious fellowships at The Sydney Hand Unit in Australia, Chelsea & Westminster and Kings College Hospitals in London subspecialising in hand and wrist surgery.
He sees patients with a range of hand, wrist and elbow conditions including sports injuries, arthritis, nerve problems and tendon injuries. He is an expert in keyhole wrist surgery and is particularly interested in the treatment of fractures.
Ramon is actively involved in research and has published extensively in his area of expertise. He is also passionate about teaching and training. He is the director of the FRCS Hand Surgery course at King’s College Hospital and trains young surgeons both in the UK and internationally.