Medical Qualifications

Mr Elliot Sorene qualified from University College London and the Middlesex School of Medicine. He undertook higher training in hand, wrist and upper limb surgery during a Fellowship at the Pulvertaft Hand Centre, Derby and Wrightington Hospital. During his training, Mr Sorene was awarded an AO travelling scholarship and the Merck, Sharp and Dohme scholarship for excellence.

Medical Experience

Mr Sorene holds a European Diploma in Hand Surgery and was awarded the Churchill Livingstone Medal for best candidate. Mr Sorene specialises in all aspects of hand and wrist surgery including wrist replacement and finger joint replacement surgery, arthroscopic hand, wrist and elbow surgery and treatments for trauma of the hand, wrist and elbow.

Mr Sorene is a consultant at University College Hospital, London and treats from his private practices at the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, The Wellington Hospital and The Portland Hospital.


Mr Elliot Sorene's Places of Practice


The Wellington Hospital

Wellington Place
St Johns Wood

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