Professor Ramindar Dhillon is a leading Consultant Ear Nose and Throat Specialist (ENT). He offers assessments and treatments across the ENT speciality but has a clinical interest in Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea. He has experience in paediatric disorders and nasal and ear pathologies including sinofacial pain.
Professor Dhillon graduated from Middlesex Hospital Medical School, now part of the University College London Hospital group, in 1978 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. He completed an extensive training scheme across London in the field of ENT including surgical training and a Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, before being appointed Consultant ENT in 1989. He contributes heavily to the education of medical students and is an Honorary Professor at Middlesex University. He was involved in the development and delivery of several national training programmes to develop GP skills and is a Medical Director at Rila Institute of Health Sciences which focuses on postgraduate education. He is programme leader for the ENT UK accredited programme on management of altered airways, was formerly a Department of Health Advisor for Obstructive Sleep Apnoea, and has redesigned the delivery of ‘Snoring and Obstructive Apnoea Services’ delivery in the community healthcare setting. He is on the editorial board of the ENT UK’s continuing professional development journal ‘The Otorhinolaryngologist’ and is also editor of Clinical Focus: Primary Care.
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