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Mr Tony Jacob

ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat)

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Profile Summary

Qualifications

MSc, FRCS

Special Interests

Head and neck, Thyroid surgery, Parathyroid, Rhinology, Sinusitis, Salivary gland disease

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Professional Biography

Mr Tony Jacob is an ENT Consultant at King Edward VII's Hospital. {{ label }}

Mr Jacob was appointed in 2005 as a Consultant Otorhinolaryngologist at University Hospital Lewisham, Queen Mary’s Hospital Sidcup and Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich.

After graduating in 1991, he underwent higher surgical training, rotating through all the major London teaching hospitals.

Mr Jacob obtained a Masters degree for advanced research into laryngeal cancer and has published in many medical journals. He was awarded a travelling fellowship by the Royal College of Surgeons which he used to gain further experience from recognised centres of excellence in North America.

Mr Jacob has extensive experience in the medical and surgical management of general ENT conditions and a special interest in all aspects of paediatric ENT that is borne from experience gained working at Great Ormond Street Hospital. He is also an expert sinus surgeon using minimally invasive techniques.

Mr Jacob is the lead Thyroid and Parathyroid surgeon for Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust.

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