Toni Ardolino trained in Wessex and completed her trauma fellowship in Oxford and AO trauma fellowship in Philadelphia.
During training she spent a year in the Department of Health as Clinical Advisor to the Chief Medical officer which sparked an interest in management and policy. She was appointed as a trauma consultant in Hampshire Hospitals NHS Trust in 2019.
She is departmental clinical lead for trauma and for the training registrars. She has an interest in education and sits on the Selection Design Committee for T&O national selection and runs the Wessex Deanery MRCS revision course.
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