Please note these are regular clinics, other times may be available by appointment.
Edward Bayley was a medical student in Nottingham, graduating in 2003, and undertook basic surgical training in various centres around the country. He undertook a Research post in Spinal Surgery in Nottingham, before progressing onto Orthopaedic specialist training in the East Midlands North Deanery. He undertook Spinal Fellowships in Nottingham (Royal College of Surgeons of England Approved Fellowship), Leicester and Sheffield. His interest in research persisted throughout his training, publishing many articles in peer reviewed journals.
Mr Bayley has a full-time practise in the NHS in Sheffield working at both the Sheffield Children’s Hospital and The Northern General Hospital since 2019. He is currently audit and governance lead for the spinal team at SCH. He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Sheffield and is a pastoral tutor for medical students which is a programme run by the University to ensure all students are supported throughout their medical school life. His research interests continue within his role at SCH where they are working to improve outcomes in SMA patients. His passion for training continues both at a local level and nationally where he is British Scoliosis Society representative to the STIG Fellowship programme.
Mr Bayley undertakes out-patient clinics with SOL at Claremont and is happy to see and assess patients with all types of spinal conditions.