Matthew Moran started work as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh in 2009.
He works privately at Spire Murrayfield Hospital and The Edinburgh Clinic. His elective practice deals almost exclusively with hip and knee surgery, including all forms of joint replacement and related surgery. In addition he has recently joined the Bone and Soft tissue Tumour (Sarcoma) team in South East Scotland which forms part of the Scottish Sarcoma Network.
Matthew is part of the renowned Orthopaedic Trauma Unit at the Royal Infirmary with a particular interest in lower limb periarticular fractures, complex arthroplasty problems, periprosthetic and pathological fractures. Matthew also has many active research interests, focused on my areas of surgical expertise.
Matthew is a faculty member on national and international Orthopaedic courses, a course director for Advanced Trauma Life Support and act as a reviewer for a number of Orthopaedic Journals. At the Royal Infirmary Matthew is involved in the Scottish Patient Safety Programme and sit on the SE Scotland Orthopaedic training committee as well as running the teaching programme for trainee Orthopaedic surgeons. He is a committee member of the Scottish Arthroplasty Project.