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Professor Tony Narula

ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat)

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MA MB BChir FRCS FRCS Ed

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Professional Biography

Professor Narula is an associate professor at Plymouth University School of Medical & Dentistry and honorary ENT consultant at Imperial Healthcare Trust. His previous roles include; consultant and head of department at St Mary's Hospital Paddington and Leicester Royal Infirmary and honorary consultant at Chelsea & Westminster and Royal Brompton Hospitals. {{ label }}

Until 2017, he was also honorary professor at Middlesex University.

In 2000, at Leicester Royal Infirmary, he was appointed Medical Director for the hospital and, in 2001, Assistant Medical Director for the newly formed unified Trust; University Hospitals of Leicester. From 2002 to 2004, he was appointed Medical Director of Action On ENT under the NHS Modernisation Agency.

Professor Narula took early retirement in 2014 to concentrate on my medical charity work and my private practice. In 2015, he co-founded The Global Tracheostomy Collaborative, a global multidisciplinary collaborative of doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, patients and families committed to improving care for all children and adults with tracheostomies. They provide educational materials, change strategies and an international outcomes database. In 2019, he became Vice President of the Confederation of British Surgery and he continue to be Chairman of the Board of MediX cover ltd.

He is a Past President of ENT UK and a Past President of British Society for Otology, The Association of Otolaryngologists and Young Consultant Otolaryngologists. He served as an elected member of Royal College of Surgeons Council from 2004 to 2014, including 5 years as the honorary treasurer (2008-2014) and RCS Revalidation lead (2009-12).

He was Editor-in-Chief of CME Bulletin Otolaryngology between 1996 and 2006. From 1999-2002, He was an appointed Independent (i.e. non party political) member of the Leicester Police Authority and chairman of the Best Value Committee.

He continues to be involved in research and teaching including; the Post Graduate ENT Diploma for GPs, membership of ENT training committees and exam boards at various levels.

He is, currently, completing my own “Grand Designs” project and he enjoy playing golf, good wine and spending time with his grandchildren.

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