Medical School at Cardiff. Basic Surgical Training in South
Wales - includes Orthopaedics and Plastic Surgery Higher Surgical
Training in the Norther Deanery Advanced Trainig Post in Hand
Surgery - Hand Surgery Fellowship at Wythenshawe Hospital
Manchester rotating to Hope Hospital Salford and Wrightington
Hospital Wigan. This was 70% with Plastic Surgery and 30% with
Orthopaedic Surgery. Area of interest includes all
aspects of Hand and Wrist surgery i.e. Soft tissue and Bony
Pathology as well as upper limb peripheral nerve complaints.
Mr Auyeung's clinical practice is almost solely hand and
wrist surgery. He deals with all aspects of this
specialist area from soft tissue to bony and joint pathology.
The only area he doesn't cover is cancer. He does
see patients with certain elbow pathology.
He graduated from the University Of Wales College Of
Medicine in 1998. He had his basic training in
South Wales. Mr Auyeung moved to the North East to
undertake higher surgical training in Trauma and
Orthopaedics. During his last year of training he
was appointed to an Advanced Training Post in Hand surgery in
Manchester (1 of 9 nationally available ones). During this
period he worked closely with Plastic and Orthopaedic hand
surgeons to gain a full exposure in this chosen field of
He has also gained the Postgraduate Diploma in Hand Surgery in
2010 to signify his special interest in this area of
He is current clinical lead for hand surgery in the Orthopaedic
department as well as clinical governance lead.
He takes part in a specialist hand surgery on-call rota in
conjunction with his Plastic Surgery colleagues
'As I was very, very nervous, I must have been the worst patient
ever and they were brilliant with me and I can't thank them enough
- could you please pass on my sincere thanks.'
Patient, Hysteroscopy Unit, Chester-le-Street Community