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Mr Andrew Taylor

Primary Specialism:



Knee,Knee Arthroscopy,Knee Replacement,Knee Surgery,Knee Soft Tissue,


Mr Andy Taylor is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at The Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals, where he specialises in knee surgery and in particular arthroscopic/sports injuries. He lives on the Wirral and is married with 2 children. He was raised and educated in Liverpool and attended Merchant Taylors School in Crosby before studying at St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School where he gained his primary medical qualification. This was followed by a rotation post as St. Mary’s Senior House Officer and rotation as North West Thames Registrar. Mr Taylor combined his career with travel when he undertook a fellowship in arthroscopic/sports medicine in Perth, Western Australia between 2001 and 2002. He is a member of the 2020 Group which is a national group of specialist knee as well as being a Faculty Member for National/European specialist knee courses. In his spare time Mr Taylor is a keen sports enthusiast with a particular interest in rugby, golf and skiing. He represented England in the Under 18s rugby team as a flanker in 1985 and the Lancashire Under 18s county tennis championship (doubles) in that same year. He managed to maintain his interest in rugby as a club doctor at Richmond Rugby Club in the late 90s although now he mainly enjoys the sport as a spectator along with his other interests of food, wine and real ale. Prior to becoming a father he also enjoyed extensive travel particularly across Africa. NHS Hospital admitting rights: • The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen • University Hospitals NHS Trust

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