Mr Shahrier Sarker
Consultant Orthopaedic Hand & Wrist Surgeon
MBBS MSc (Ortho Engr)
FRCS (Trauma & Ortho)
Mr Shahrier Sarker is a caring, dedicated practitioner, whose clear communication and expertise means every patient receives first-rate treatment.
Orthopaedic surgery is much more than a job to him, it is a vocation.
Three years after achieving his medical degree in 2006 from the National University of Singapore, Mr Sarker came to the UK to hone his skills in renowned hospitals like The Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital and Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge. He undertook his specialist trauma & orthopaedic training under the auspices of Health Education East of England before studying complex management of elective and trauma hand & wrist surgery on a prestigious Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust fellowship, learning from the best plastic hand and orthopaedic surgeons around.
In 2017 he gained his MSc in Orthopaedic Engineering from Cardiff University and his ongoing commitment to his own education is demonstrated by the fact that he is currently studying for the British Society for Hand Surgery Diploma in Hand Surgery. He is also active in the teaching and mentoring of junior surgeons, holds the post of the educational lead for orthopaedics at Broomfield Hospital for students from Anglia Ruskin University and Queen Mary University of London, as well as being an Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) instructor at The Royal College of Surgeons of England. He has been widely published in academic and professional publications and presented frequently at medical conferences in the UK and overseas. He is currently based at Mid & South Essex NHS Foundation Trust and also practises in London.
Charity work plays an important role in Mr Sarker’s life and he sits on the British Society for Surgery of the Hand’s Overseas Project in Bangladesh’s executive committee, where he partners local surgeons to improve specialist hand surgery techniques.
A family man with two children, he enjoys the performing arts, cooking, football and cycling.