Professor Francis Vaz: Ear, nose and throat surgery
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Professor Francis Vaz

Ear, nose and throat surgery

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About me

Francis Vaz trained at The United Medical and Dental Schools of Guys and St Thomas’ Hospitals. Whilst an undergraduate he intercalated a BSc(Hons) in 1991. He qualified as a doctor (MBBS) in 1994 obtaining a distinction in Clinical Therapeutics. He passed his FRCS (Gen) and FRCS (Otol) through the Royal College of Surgeons of England whilst undertaking his Basic Surgical rotation.

Francis’ ENT training was in the South Thames training scheme and he rotated through Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, The William Harvey Hospital (Ashford), The Medway Maritime Hospital and The Royal Sussex County Hospitals (Brighton). During this time he gained an excellent grounding in basic and super-specialist ENT. In his final year Francis undertook a Fellowship training year at The Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Australia. This prestigious fellowship was a superb finish to an excellent training scheme.

Presently Francis undertakes his NHS practice as an ENT/ Head and Neck Surgical Consultant at the world famous University College London Hospital. He is part of an excellent team that works well and offers a first class service to the patients they treat and also are attached to a superb academic cancer institution.

Areas of interest

Neck lumps
Voice disorders
Salivary gland surgery
Throat problems
Microsuction
Ear wax
Ear infection
Sinusitis
Sinus surgery
Sore throat
Parotid lump
Thyroid lump
Swimmers ear
Tonsillitis
Lump in throat
Microlaryngoscopy
Blocked nose
Nasal polyps

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