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Mr William Grant
Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
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Mr William Grant is a Consultant ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) Surgeon. He qualified from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 1984 and then completed a registrar training program in Dublin. He complete a Masters Degree in Surgery, MCh, in London, before undertaking Senior Registrar Training in the Royal Free and Royal Surrey County Hospitals. 

He was initially appointed to the post of Consultant ENT Surgeon with special interest in both Rhinology and in Head and Neck Surgery to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh in 1996. He returned to London in 2001 to take up a post at Charing Cross Hospital and at Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals in London. As Clinical Lead for ENT, he oversaw the amalgamation of the ENT Departments  at Charing Cross and St Mary's Hospitals to form the Imperial College Hospitals NHS Trust ENT Department in 2009, where he continued in this role until 2011. 

An extremely skilful surgeon, Mr Grant has undergone extensive training in a myriad of ENT procedures. Much of Mr Grant's training was in laser techniques in head and neck surgery at the prestigious Laser Centre of University College London Hospital. In 2001 he was appointed as a Consultant at Charing Cross/Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals, where he continues to practise today. Alongside his strict clinical work, Mr Grant focusses much of his time in research, exploring the specifics of sinus surgery applications and endoscopic anterior skull base surgery.

Mr Grant is very happy to see and advise adult and paediatric patients with any Ear, Nose or Throat or salivary gland disorder. 

He has particular interests in all aspects of nasal and sinus surgery, and in paediatric ENT surgery. Collaborative working with neurosurgical colleagues at Charing Cross has led to the successful development of the endoscopic anterior skull base programme there. At Chelsea and Westminster he undertakes collaborative work with craniofacial plastic and oculoplastic surgery surgical colleagues, and has travelled with the Facing the World Charity group to Vietnam to operate on complex cases there with the team.

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Medical Procedures

  • Ear, nose and throat surgery
  • Paediatric ear, nose and throat surgery
  • Salivary gland disorders
  • Sinus surgery
  • Septoplasty
  • Septorhinoplasty
  • Endoscopic anterior skull base surgery

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Special Interests

  • Endoscopic Sinus and Skull Base Surgery
  • Rhinology
  • Septal & Rhinoplasty Surgery


Education and Memberships

  • MBBCh,BAO, LRCP&SI, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, 1984
  • FRCSI in Otolaryngology 1989
  • FRCS(ORL) 1995
  • MCh, Masters Degree in Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University College Dublin 1996
  • FRCSEd 1999
  • Fellow Royal Society of Medicine, Sections Rhinology/Laryngology, Otology and Plastic Surgery
  • British Association of Otolaryngology and Head and Surgery
  • British Rhinological Society
  • European Rhinological Society
  • British Skull Base Surgery Society
  • British Society of Rhinoplasty Surgeons
  • Independent Doctors Federation
  • London Consultants Association
  • British Medical Association



Very thorough doctor!


Very thorough doctor


Thank you very much for your kind attention. God bless. Live long and prosper. You’re an angel.


I’d had chronic sinus problems for two or three years. Lost my smell and taste for a time, and the sprays and steroids only healed things temporarily. At this point, I discussed surgery with my specialist Mr William Grant. What I’ve loved about working with him on this is how warm and sensitive he’s been to my ailments. But has also always been very exact about what needed to be done and what I could expect after the operation.  It’s a much bigger deal than people think. It’s not just a quick scrape around the nostrils, it’s a full on procedure which lasted 90 minutes under general anaesthetic. However, what an amazing incredible feeling now!! To be able to smell, taste, breath, and live life to the full, wow! The after care has been superb, and my latest follow up with Mr Grant has shown no sign of any polyps or anything returning, and long may that continue! If you’re in the same position as I was, with chronic sinus problems, and not sure whether to have the operation, do it!! I’m a radio broadcaster, on air every day, so my breathing is crucial, and not easy when you’re always blocked up. This op by Mr Grant has been a game changer! Simple as that. I would recommend him very highly indeed!


First of all thank you ever so much for your superb efforts on my nose last Thursday evening. As you suggested, my girlfriend once again likes the way my face looks! Secondly, I have had no further issues with my nose, aside from mild soreness around the re-break. If ever I decide to have further cosmetic procedures in the form of a rhinoplasty to my noise in the future I will definitely be pursuing you to be the Consultant to carry out such procedure. Many thanks once again.


Thank you for the fantastic way you have looked after me thus far.


Thank you Linda, and please thank Mr Grant for his kind words and his recommendations as my situation has improved greatly.

Peer Recommendations

BY mr Mohiemen Anwar

An excellent surgeon colleague, very highly recommended.
For specialty: Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
For procedures: Sinus Surgery
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