Ear Nose & Throat Surgery
Professor Tony Narula qualified from Cambridge in 1979. He trained in ENT in London and Nottingham becoming a consultant in Leicester in 1989.
Tony was a consultant otorhinolaryngologist at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, Charing Cross Hospital and Hammersmith Hospital. He was also an Honorary Consultant at Chelsea & Westminster and Royal Brompton Hospitals and took early retirement in Dec 2014.
Tony is one of the founders and current chairman of the Board of Governors of the Global Tracheostomy Collaborative. He has published widely on tracheostomy care and quality of life after paediatric ENT surgery.
He teaches extensively both in the UK and abroad and is an Honorary Visiting Professor at Middlesex University (since 2003) where he helps run the Diploma in ENT course for general practitioners. His main clinical interests are pediatric ENT and ear/ hearing disorders.
Professor Narula was elected to the Council of the Royal College of Surgeons in 2004 where he was the Honorary Treasurer and served as President of ENT UK from 2015-2017.
Primary Medical Qualification
BChir 1979 University of Cambridge
MB 1980 University of Cambridge
Specialist Register entry date
Otolaryngology From 20 May 1996
FRCS England 1984
American Academy of Otolaryngology
European Society for Otology
British Society for Oology
Royal Society of Medicine