Dr Campbell J Wareham
D.Med.Sc, FCPodS, D.Pod.Surg, MNZCPS, MChS, BSc (Pod Med)
Cam has extensive experience in medicine and surgery of the foot. He has performed a large number of procedures for foot problems in both NHS and independent settings.
He has an international approach to care having practiced in Australia and New Zealand. Cam was one of the first Podiatric Surgical registrars from the UK to attend the St Francis Hospital Connecticut visiting residency in the USA, which provided him further skills in management of foot and ankle surgery.
As a Podiatric Surgeon , Cam holds Podiatric qualifications (Podiatric Surgeons are registered Podiatrists, rather than registered medical practitioners). He continued his education after his Fellowship award to obtain a Doctorate degree . His Doctor of Medical Science degree in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery (DMedSc) was awarded by the University of Ulster after research into the clinical management of patients undergoing foot surgery. He has lectured and taught surgery at various Schools of Podiatric Medicine.
He was previously the External Examiner for the Master in Podiatric Surgery degree at the University of Brighton and has been an examiner for the College of Podiatry for the last 5 years.
Cam has extensive public speaking skills and has lectured at national and international level.
Outside of work, you will often find Cam either with his two teenage sons or on a rugby pitch. He is an avid follower of the All Blacks and the Hurricanes (Wellington’s home team), enjoys skiing and sports in general.
Cam provides both NHS and private care in the independent sector.