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New Medical Director for The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital

Dr Ali Jamous has been appointed as the new Medical Director at The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital. He is Emeritus Consultant Surgeon in Spinal Injuries and Rehabilitation at the National Spinal Injuries Centre at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine.

Dr Jamous will be an Advisory Board Member consulting on many aspects of the hospital’s medical and commercial interests.  These include ensuring high quality clinical governance of medical practice and overseeing the recruitment and performance of Resident Medical Officers.

Dr Jamous will also contribute to policy and the strategic development of clinical services at Royal Bucks and its sister facility Kings Lodge Centre for Complex Needs.

Dr Jamous said: “The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital is an old traditional establishment that is ready to be built into an excellent one in the field of neuro rehabilitation fit for the 21st Century.  I am looking forward to working with the excellent and successful multidisciplinary team at Royal Bucks. Together, we hope to take our place at the forefront of neuro rehabilitation in the UK, among the big players in the field.”

Dr Jamous said: “The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital is an old traditional establishment that is ready to be built into an excellent one in the field of neuro rehabilitation fit for the 21st Century.  I am looking forward to working with the excellent and successful multidisciplinary team at Royal Bucks. Together, we hope to take our place at the forefront of neuro rehabilitation in the UK, among the big players in the field.”

Royal Bucks Chairman Chris Bialan said: “We consider this key appointment a major coup as we pursue our vision to be a market leader in neuro-rehabilitation and care, at the forefront of technological innovations that provide maximum benefits to our clients.”

He added: “Dr Jamous, already a trusted colleague to many in his field, has a long and distinguished career in the field of spinal cord injury and neurological conditions. We are pleased to secure the expertise of Dr Jamous who recently retired from The National Spinal Injuries Centre at the world-renowned Stoke Mandeville Hospital, where he spent 28 years.

“Dr Jamous’ vast experience and extensive network will enable the hospital to continue to push the boundaries of what is possible in rehabilitation and care, while providing high quality services to our clients.”

We are currently investing in Phase Two of an ambitious investment and modernisation programme, which will significantly upgrade the hospital’s building and facilities in addition to expanding our professional team.

The new developments, part of an overall multimillion pound investment programme, will also enable the hospital to expand the range of treatments and services available and upgrade family accommodation and communal areas.

Our vision is to be a market leader in specialised rehabilitation and care, at the forefront of technological innovations that provide maximum benefits to our clients. We are first UK Centre to purchase the Ekso GT Bionic Suit, a gait training device that enables paralysed people to stand up and walk.

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