The Harley Street ENT Clinic
About this Practice
The Harley Street ENT Clinic is one of the UK’s leading specialist ear, nose and throat centres. The clinic is located on the renowned Harley Street in London and employs some of the finest surgeons in the country. The clinic is also proud to supply advanced treatments for a broad range of conditions affecting the ear, nose and throat.
The clinic provides assessment and treatment on-site for conditions affecting ear, nose and throat, allowing clients to receive care without delay. On-site there is also a pharmacy with a hearing aid unit, known as the Harley Hearing Centre, which enables clients to attain the medication they need to manage their health in an effective manner.
The Harley Street ENT Clinic provides a host of treatments and services, including:
Assessment and diagnostic tests:
- CT scan, MRI scan and microscopy
- Audiometry hearing tests for both adults and children
- Microsuction for the accumulation of ear wax
- Nasal fluid sample test
- Rhinometry for nasal obstructions
- Skin prick allergy test
- Nasal swab
- Radioallergosorbent blood allergy test
- Throat swab
- Rigid and flexible endoscopy
- Videostroboscopy to evaluate the vocal chords
- Sleep study
The team also provide treatments for the following health conditions:
- Balance problems
- Hearing problems
- Ear infections
- Throat infections
- Head and neck problems
The team includes seven of the UK’s leading consultants who have experience in treating a range of ear, nose and throat conditions. The team comprises Dr Natalie Brookes, Dr Gerald Brookes, Dr James Fairley, Dr Azhar Shaida, Dr Nitesh Patel, Dr Alasdair Mace and Dr Bhik Kotecha. There are also highly qualified nurses and friendly receptionists to support the surgical team.
The team has an excellent reputation, not just for clinical expertise, but also for providing clients with clear explanations to ensure they are well-informed about health conditions and relevant treatments. The team in Harley Street supply plenty of support and information throughout each stage of the diagnostic and treatment process.
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