Mr Morritt is a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at the Royal Hallamshire and Northern General Hospitals in Sheffield, and undertakes private consultations at BMI Thornbury Hospital in Sheffield.
Mr Morritt has gained considerable experience in cutting edge cosmetic and reconstructive surgery techniques through training with many of the most highly regarded Plastic Surgeons in the UK, Australia and Canada. After graduating from Medical School in 2000, he undertook surgical training in Yorkshire, ultimately becoming a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (MRCS) in 2003.
He then completed 18 months of Plastic Surgery training in Leeds, following which he travelled to Australia to work for 2 years at the world renowned Plastic Surgery Unit at St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne. During this time Mr Morritt also undertook research in Tissue Engineering at the prestigious O’Brien Institute that resulted in a Medical Doctorate (MD) from the University of Melbourne. His research findings were widely reported in the International news and resulted in multiple prestigious scientific publications and presentations to learned societies.
Following this formative period in Australia, Mr Morritt returned to the UK to continue his specialist training in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery in Sheffield, Nottingham and Leicester. He was awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS(Plast)) in 2011. He then undertook additional specialist training in Cosmetic Surgery as the National Interface Fellow in Aesthetic Surgery (Leicester).
Mr Morritt subsequently spent one year at the Toronto General and Women’s College Hospitals, Toronto as the Allergan Fellow in Breast Reconstruction, during which he was trained by world leaders in the field of aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery. This was followed by a further year of specialist training as the Microsurgery Fellow at Imperial College, London where the emphasis of his training was on the reconstruction of complex defects of the breast and head & neck.
Mr Morritt has published widely within the Plastic Surgery literature throughout his career and regularly presents his work internationally at Plastic Surgery Conferences. He is actively involved in teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level and tries his best to inspire the next generation of Plastic Surgeons. He takes patient safety very seriously and is currently the audit lead for Plastic Surgery at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust where his role generally involves making sure that high standards of care are maintained.
Mr Morritt is delighted to offer personalised care to patients from South Yorkshire, Derbyshire and further afield. He believes in an honest and open approach to consultations, and aims to give patients realistic and achievable options.