Andrew Simpson

Simpson200x160.jpgPosition: Assistant Professor and Wellness Director
Degree: MD (2012), FRCSC (2017)
Fellowship: Clinical Outcomes Research; Complex Extremity Reconstruction and Microsurgery; Melanoma and Skin Cancer (University of Utah, USA); North Bristol Trust, UK)
Areas of clinical interest: Orthoplastic surgery and limb salvage, microsurgery, diabetic foot, melanoma, lymphedema
Research Interests:
Clinical outcomes and epidemiology, large database utilization, amputation prevention and limb salvage

Office: LHSC - Victoria Hospital Campus - Room B3-444A
Phone: 519.685.8062
Fax: 519.685.8063
Assistant: Lisa Cook

Dr. Simpson completed undergraduate and medical training at Dalhousie University (BSc 2007, MD 2012), and continued specialty training in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery there, finishing in 2017. This was followed by a research fellowship in Clinical Outcomes, focusing on large databases including NSQIP and NIS at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Dr. Simpson completed his clinical subspecialty training with a fellowship Complex Extremity Reconstruction and Microsurgery with an orthoplastic surgery group in Bristol, England. This was followed by added experience in melanoma and skin cancer surgery.

He has also visited Oxford, England and Tokyo, Japan, to learn methods and surgical techniques for the treatment of lymphedema. Dr Simpson's clinical and research interests include orthoplastic surgery, limb reconstruction, large database clinical outcomes and epidemiology and patient-related outcomes.