Mr Norman-Taylor has been a consultant orthopaedic surgeon for over 17 years. He has a particular interest in neurodisability – like children with cerebral palsy, spinal cord problems (such as spina bifida) and neuromuscular conditions, such as Charcot Marie Tooth disease. Over the years he has also built up a great deal of experience with other conditions such as hip dysplasia (DDH/CDH), Perthes disease, slipped epiphyses, club foot and limb length inequality.
Mr Norman-Taylor’s NHS practice is at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH). He was formerly at Evelina London Children’s Hospital (ELCH) which is part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. Great Ormond Street has a separate service for private and international patients, but Mr Norman-Traylor also offers children’s orthopaedic care at two London private hospitals:
The Portland Hospital for Women and Children is the only private hospital in London specialising in the care of women and children. It is part of the HCA group. It has a maternity unit and a paediatric intensive care. It has an out-of-hours service for children.
The Cromwell Hospital is a private BUPA hospital in Kensington that offers treatments to adults and children. It also has an out-of-hours service. This is where Mr Norman-Taylor can see young adults as well as children.
Visit the websites for more information on where Mr Norman-Taylor works:
Mr Norman-Taylor trained at St Bartholomew’s Hospital London, qualifying as a doctor in 1988. He worked in London until 1993 when he passed the Fellowship examinations for the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He then spent 5 years in East Anglia,including a year of research at Cambridge University, and passed the Intercollegiate Fellowship in Trauma and Orthopaedics. The years 1999 and 2000 were spent in Melbourne and Toronto, where he specialised in children’s orthopaedics. His first consultant job was in Bristol at the Royal Hospital for Children. He moved back to London in 2003.
He has published in peer reviewed journals on children’s orthopaedics, and presented to learned societies. He teaches at membership and fellowship level for the Royal College examinations. He has been a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) grant holder and chief investigator for a double-blind randomised placebo controlled trial. The protocol can be viewed at www.clinicaltrials.gov.
Mr Norman-Taylor is also an Educational supervisor (ES) for the London School of Surgery and Principal Investigator for multicentre trials, supported by grants from the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR).
In 2012 he was given a Level 1 Clinical Excellence Award by the Trust (GSTT) and has not applied for any others.
205-209 Great Portland Street
Great Ormond Street
164-178 Cromwell Rd