Mr Henry Sharp qualified as a doctor in 1990 from St Thomas' Hospital in London. He went on to complete his speciality training in ENT in Oxford and at Charing Cross and The Brompton Hospitals in London. He then completed his higher surgical training in ENT at Guys', St Thomas' and Kings Hospitals and University Hospital, Lewisham in London. Henry also received super-specialised paediatric training at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and The Evelina Children's Hospital at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital in London. In 2003, Henry undertook a Fellowship in advanced sinus surgery and facial plastic surgery at an internationally renowned centre in Fulda, Germany. This was achieved with help from a grant from The Royal Society of Medicine.
Henry covers all aspects of Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery pathology. In addition, he has a super-specialist knowledge of the medical and surgical treatment of problems that arise with the structure and function of the nose. His specialist interest lies in rhinoplasty (a 'nose-job', or operation to alter the shape of the nose) and Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (F.E.S.S). This is surgery performed on the nose and sinuses for long standing sinus problems and nasal polyps.
Henry is also interested in teaching and research and is currently The Royal College of Surgeons ENT Surgery College Tutor and an Honorary Clinical Tutor to Guy's, St Thomas' and King's Hospital Medical School.