Peter Gill was born and educated in Northern Ireland. He graduated from the Queen’s University of Belfast with Batchelors and Doctorate degrees in Medicine and undertook training in Orthopaedic Surgery during the “Troubles” in Belfast and also in Cape Town. He joined Sunderland Royal Hospital in February 1993 as Trauma and Orthopaedic Consultant with special interests in knee and foot and ankle surgery and was a startup member of the pelvic and acetabular fracture reconstruction team at Sunderland. He is a past Clinical Director for the Trauma & Orthopaedic and A&E directorate, member of the regional Surgical Training Committee in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery and member of NCEPOD.
Qualification and professional memberships
Current NHS posts
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Peter Gill are:
He has been engaged in medical mission work in Zambia for many years and recently changed to working part time at Sunderland, spending half of the year at Kalene Mission Hospital in Zambia. He is also a trustee of Medical Missionary News (UK charity) and a founding trustee of the North West Zambia Development Trust (Zambian charity). He has a wide experience of health care planning and delivery in resource-rich and resource-poor environments.