Adrian Fairbank joined the Governing Body in 2017 after nineteen years as a parent at Danes Hill.
He was educated at Radley, Queens’ College Cambridge and St Thomas’s Hospital, later spending a year each at the professorial Departments at Johns Hopkins University, and the Royal Adelaide Hospital, Australia.
He spent 14 years at St George’s Hospital in London as a Consultant Surgeon and Lead Clinician at Epsom and was in addition an Honorary Senior lecturer in the Medical School. During this time he helped commission the Elective Orthopaedic Centre in Epsom, now an NHS Centre of Excellence, and co-designed a knee replacement.
He is a founder and Director of Wimbledon Clinics, and is Chairman of the Medical Advisory Committee at his hospital. He regularly appraises doctors as part of their revalidation process by the General Medical Council. He works locally as a knee surgeon seeing patients from the UK and overseas, and lectures both in the UK and Australia on the subject.