Mr Jain is an award-winning consultant ENT surgeon in London/Essex area, currently working as a Substantive Consultant in ENT, Head & Neck & Thyroid Surgery and is also the Clinical Lead for Paediatrics ENT at Queen’s hospital, Romford. He has more than 25 years of clinical experience and is on the specialist register for Otolaryngology. He has completed Paediatrics ENT Fellowship for a year from Evelina’s Children’s hospital, (St Thomas hospital, London) and has developed a high level of expertise in comprehensive management of paediatric ENT issues. He is also trained to perform newer and less invasive techniques for Coblation tonsilotomy which has a much quicker recovery rate with lesser risk of bleeding.

Mr Jain has also received higher surgical training training at University College Hospital, London for a year in Head and Neck and Thyroid Surgery. Mr Jain’s clinical training includes training in all aspects of ENT surgery, in adults and children, with a main focus in Head and Neck and Thyroid surgery.

Mr Jain has completed two higher research degrees with Theses, a managerial degree with merit award as under: –

MSc – University of Warwick, UK.
Masters in Surgery (Otolaryngology) – University of Delhi, India.
Postgraduate Certificate in NHS Healthcare Leadership with Merit award
– Open University, UK

Mr Jain has also published several peer reviewed research papers, presented at several national and international meetings, and have received following two awards: –

1. The Honorable mention award: for his study entitled, “Role of Serum PTH and Calcium Levels in Predicting post Thyroidectomy hypocalcaemia”. The American head and neck society conference, 21–25/07/2012, Toronto, Canada.
Poster of merit award: for, “Level six neck dissection for thyroid cancer – is its morbidity justified?” The American head and neck society conference, Arizona, USA, 30–31/05/2009.

Consultant ENT (Adult & Paediatrics), Head & Neck & Thyroid Surgeon
Clinical Lead – Paediatrics ENT (Queen’s hospital)

He has a keen interest in teaching and his teaching credentials are as under.

  1. Examiner of the DOHNS examination, Intercollegiate Specialty board, Royal College of Surgeons in England, London, UK.
  2. Examiner of the European board examination – Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery.
  3. Course organiser – Paediatrics Emergency skills course, King George’s hospital, Goodmayes 27th January 2018.
  4. Faculty – 14th London Head & Neck dissection course, St George’s hospital, Tooting, London 16th – 18th March 2019.
  5. Faculty – FRCS (ORL-HNS) course, University Hospital Lewisham, London 14th March 2021.
  6. Faculty – Imperial CESR workshop, St Mary’s Hospital, London, 4th February 2017.
  7. Faculty – St Thomas MRCS revision course (OSCE), London, 09th September 2015.
  8. Faculty – Emergency airway study day, Whippscross hospital, London 21st June 2013.
  9. Faculty – ENT ST3 interview course, St Mary’s hospital, 16th February 2013.
  10. Faculty – Queen’s airways management course, Queen’s hospital, Romford, 29th January 2020.

Areas of interest

Give your child the benefit of highest level of expertise (with Paediatric ENT Fellowship experience). Always ask your doctor whether they have Paediatric ENT Fellowship experience.
I perform all kinds of ENT Surgery including Adenotonsillectomy, Tongue tie excision, Septoplasty, FESS, Laryngoscopy, Myringoplasty, Mastoid Surgery. Thyroid and Parotid Surgery, Neck Lump excision, Pinnaplasty, Rhinoplasty, Turbinates reduction, Surgery for snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea. Since this is not an exhaustive list, kindly enquire if this list does not cover your situation.

I am trained to performed a new and less invasive technique of performing Tonsillectomy (Intracapsular coblation technique) which has quicker recovery rate (5-7 days Versus upto 14 days) with minimal post-operative bleeding (< 0.5% Versus upto 4%) in conventional techniques of performing Tonsillectomy.

Besides English, I am also proficient in Hindi and Urdu language.