Title

Consultant ENT Surgeon

Qualifications

MA (Cantab) MD (Lond) FRCS (ORL-HNS)

Specialty

ENT

Region

Essex

Paul Chatrath

Paul Chatrath graduated from Cambridge University and The London Hospital Medical College with distinctions in three subjects and Proxime Accessit to the University of London Gold Medal.


He completed his ENT surgical training in London and after passing the Final FRCS examination he has held substantive NHS consultant posts at Queens Hospital, Romford, Essex and Charing Cross & St Mary’s Hospitals (Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust), London. He is now Visiting Professor in Rhinology at Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent where he continues to lead the rhinology and facial plastic module of the innovative MCh(ENT) surgical postgraduate diploma.


Mr Chatrath’s specialist interests include nose and sinus problems, allergy, cosmetic nasal deformities, children’s ENT disorders and snoring. He has a particular interest in balloon sinuplasty for the non-invasive management of sinus disease, minimally invasive pinnaplasty, titanium nasal implants for a blocked nose and complex nasal and cosmetic reconstructions.


He offers a professional sympathetic service and without fail strives to give the best possible quality of care to all his patients both in his NHS and private practices.


In his spare time Mr Chatrath enjoys collecting wine, Greek and Indian cooking and using his rowing machine to try and keep fit.

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Webinar: Paediatric ENT Conditions - OSA and Allergic Rhinitis

With Paul Chatrath, Consultant ENT Surgeon

Wed 10th Jun 2020 | 19:00 - 21:00 | £39+VAT | Webinar

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