Leigh has been with the London Orthopaedic Clinic since 2010 but has been Mr William’s Private Practice Nurse for four years before then. Leigh has worked in other Private Hospitals and was Senior Staff Nurse at 30 Devonshire Street another HCA facility. Leigh is a registered General Nurse and trained in General Nursing, Psychology, Midwifery and Community Nursing. Leigh really enjoys working as part of our Foot and Ankle Unit because she gets to make a difference “We all rely on our feet so much and only really appreciate them when things go wrong. It’s always satisfying seeing patients get back to doing the activities they love doing after treatment. I see so many different people and their feet and no one is ever the same which always keeps me on my toes!”
In her spare time Leigh likes music, going to see live bands, walking, cooking and reading.
Jason Moores joined The London Orthopaedic Clinic as an Orthopaedic Technician in 2010. Before joining the team he worked at a major trauma unit at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton. Before that he worked and trained at the Surrey and Sussex Healthcare Trust in Redhill. Jason holds a British casting Certificate and qualified at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Stanmore in 2005. Outside of work Jason enjoys sailing, swimming, reading and travel.
Sandra is The London Orthopaedic Clinic’s newest team member and she brings with her a wealth of experience in orthopaedic care. Sandra qualified as a nurse in 1997 and has worked in a variety of medical settings, both in the NHS and the private sector.
Sandra came to the UK from Spain in 1999 and initially worked in private care for a year and then went to The Royal London Hospital. It was here that Sandra spent two years in the Trauma unit developing a special interest in Orthopaedics. Whilst at The Royal London Hospital she spent her first year in the Trauma High Dependency Unit and then worked as a Clinical Nurse Specialist for Mr. Goodier and Mr. Barry from 2005 to 2008. Sandra then revisited her home country of Spain for four years to raise and take care of her family before returning to the UK in 2012. On her return she worked in the Orthopaedic department at the Princess Grace Hospital which is part of HCA the private hospital group.
Sandra enjoys reading, travelling, music and dancing.
Hannah Pugh qualified from Liverpool University in 2003 and shortly after came to London as Registered Nurse. Hannah has worked in a variety of orthopaedic positions including a sister’s post at a major trauma centre and as a specialist nurse for limb reconstruction. She is now an orthopaedic Clinical Nurse Specialist at The Princess Grace Hospital. Hannah is a frequent presenter at both national and international events and author on various orthopaedic topics, she is also a committee member of the RCN's Society of Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing, is secretary of The London Orthopaedic Nurses Group and is on the editorial committee for the international journal of orthopaedic and trauma nursing. Hannah has a wealth of knowledge and The London Orthopaedic Clinic is very proud to have her as part of the team.
Hannah enjoys reading, socialising with friends, and is currently planning her wedding.