Mr Nicholas Boyce Cam graduated in 2000 with honours in surgery from Leeds University and completed higher surgical training on the Yorkshire orthopaedic rotation. During his training he gained further experience from working in Australia and New Zealand. Mr Boyce Cam has a strong academic interest and in 2011 was awarded the John Fitton prize for the best orthopaedic research in Yorkshire.
He obtained the FRCS (Tr & Orth) in 2011 and was admitted onto the specialist register in 2012. In 2013 Mr Boyce Cam was appointed Honorary Clinical Tutor at Leeds University Medical School. He furthered his interest in training future doctors by completing a post-graduate certificate in medical education and is an Advanced Trauma Life Support Instructor. He was appointed Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at Mid Cheshire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in September 2014.
Mr Boyce Cam has undertaken three sub-specialist fellowships, focusing on disorders of the hip and knee. These nationally renowned posts in Harrogate, York and Reading allowed him to build on extensive surgical experiences gained as an orthopaedic trainee. His scope of practice includes restoring function following sports injuries, as well as managing patients with more established conditions. In addition to arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery and ligament reconstruction of the knee, Mr Boyce Cam undertakes partial, total and revision hip and knee replacement surgery.