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Mr Paul Chatrath

MA (Cantab) MD (Lond) FRCS (ORL-HNS)

Consultant ENT Surgeon and Rhinologist

Consultant sees: Adult & Paediatric


Mr Paul Chatrath graduated from Cambridge University and The London Hospital Medical College with distinctions in three subjects and Proxime Accessit to the University of London Gold Medal.

He completed his Higher Surgical Training in ENT Surgery in London. After passing the Final FRCS examination he was granted a Certificate of Completion of Training and now hold a substantive NHS consultant post at Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust, London. He is also a Visiting Professor in Rhinology at Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent.

During his final years of training Mr Paul Chatrath completed a higher research degree (MD) in the diagnosis of benign versus malignant laryngeal pathology.  He also undertook further training in specialist units in Chicago and Amsterdam.

Mr Paul Chatrath offers a professional, sympathetic service, and strives to give the best possible quality of care to the local population both in his NHS work and private practice.

Although he manages all general ENT conditions, Mr Paul Chatrath’s specialist interests include nose and sinus problems, allergy, cosmetic deformities, children’s ENT disorders, voice problems and snoring. He has a particular interest in balloon sinuplasty for the non-invasive management of sinus disease, minimally invasive pinnaplasty (including Earfold) and titanium nasal implants for a blocked nose.

In his spare time his interests include collecting wine, Greek and Indian cooking and using his rowing machine to try and keep fit.


Patient Testimonial:

“I just wanted to say a big thank you. It has been well over a year since the op on my sinuses and I have had no infections! The effect this has had on my quality of life is unmeasurable, im no longer spending weeks on end out of action. Colds come, last for ten or so days and then I’m better.”