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Mr Tim Millar

Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon

BSc, MB ChB, MSc, FRCS (Tr&Orth)

Practices at: BMI The Lancaster Hospital

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Mr Tim Millar qualified in medicine from the Universities of St Andrews, Scotland and Manchester in 2001. His interest in orthopaedics was sparked whilst on a medical student elective to Malawi and following this he subsequently commenced basic surgical training in the North West of England with placements at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary and the Royal Preston Hospital. This was followed by a period of overseas voluntary work in an orthopaedic tertiary referral centre in the former homeland of the Transkei in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. On his return to the UK he completed further training posts as a junior trauma registrar in Shrewsbury and as a research fellow at Wrightington Hospital where he completed an MSc in Health Science and Practice.

Mr Millar obtained his specialist registrar number in the North West working in a number of busy orthopaedic and trauma units including the Royal Blackburn Hospital, the Royal Preston Hospital and the Royal Bolton Hospital. He also returned to South Africa to work at the Baragwaneth Hospital in Soweto, one of the countries busiest trauma units.

In 2010 Mr Millar obtained the fellowship in trauma and orthopaedics (FRCS T&O) and was then able to undertake advanced training posts in hip and knee replacement surgery at Wrightington Hospital followed by fellowship level training in foot and ankle surgery at the Royal Bolton Hospital and Wrightington Hospital. In 2012 he returned to Lancaster to complete specialist training under the watchful eye of Mr Shashi Garg, and during this period conducted research on the outcomes following ankle replacement surgery. During the final 12 months of training Mr Millar developed an interest in more complex hindfoot surgery including arthroscopy although he continues with a more general lower limb and trauma practice as a consultant. He was appointed as a consultant in 2013 with Kendal and Lancaster being his NHS bases.

During his free time Mr Millar enjoys spending time with his young family and feels very fortunate to live on the doorstep of the Lakes and Dales.

  • Foot and ankle surgery
  • General lower limb surgery
  • General orthopaedic trauma

  • British Orthopaedic Association
  • British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society
  • Royal College of Surgeons

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