About us

At the Newcastle Surgical Training Centre we are committed to giving you the best possible opportunities in education and training by offering a wide range of multidisciplinary courses to meet your every need.  Our highly professional clinicians are here to train and support you every step of the way.  Combining didactic teaching and practical procedures with leading edge technology, we offer first rate cadaveric training and continuing professional development in a purpose built facility.  We also carry out pioneering research into new techniques and ensuring that you receive the very best surgical training available in the UK, both for today and in the future.

The Newcastle Surgical Training Centre is led by the co-directorship of Professor Alan Horgan and Professor David Deehan.

The centre delivers over 200 advanced training courses from regional, national and international surgeons representing multi specialties.  Collaboration with national and international faculty drives a greater understanding of surgical techniques delivering improved patient care.

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Latest Courses

Hand Fixation Course

Date: July 09 2020
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Robotic HPB

Date: July 09 2020
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Northern Osteotomy Masterclass

Date: July 13 2020
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Basic Skills in Colonoscopy

Date: July 15 2020
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Laparoscopic Colorectal Masterclass

Date: July 16 2020
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Complex Abdominal Wall Repair (CAWR)

Date: September 07 2020
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Contact

Newcastle Surgical Training Centre,
Freeman Hospital,
Freeman Road,
High Heaton,
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE7 7DN

Get in touch

General Enquiries
Tel: 0191 2231264

Fax: 0191 2237248

Email: nstc@nuth.nhs.uk

© Copyright NSTC 2012

The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust gratefully acknowledge the generous support provided by the Newcastle Healthcare Charity (Reg. 502473) and the Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Charity (Reg 1057213) who provided the initial funding to establish the Surgical Training Centre (Freeman Hospital)