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Mr Hamid Daya

Speciality
Ear Nose and Throat Surgery

Telephone
0207 034 8181

Email
HSCappointments@hcahealthcare.co.uk

Languages
English, French

Qualifications
BSc FRCS (ORL)

NHS Base
St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust

Biography
Hamid Daya BSc MBChB FRCS (ORL) is a Consultant ENT Surgeon with a specialist interest in Paediatric ENT currently practicing at St. George’s Hospital, London.

He is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at St George’s Medical School.
Hamid has been in practice since 2000, during which time he developed the concept of delivering private Paediatric ENT care under the framework “ent4kids” of which he is Medical Director.

Qualifications & Specialist Training

Hamid qualified from the Universities of St. Andrews and Manchester receiving his medical degree in 1988. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1993 and completed postgraduate training in Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery in London.
During his training he became fascinated by the field of Paediatric ENT and completed his training with a Fellowship in Paediatric ENT at the world renowned Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada.

Professional Affiliations
• ENT UK
• The British Association of Paediatric Otolaryngology
• The European Society of Paediatriic Otolaryngology
• The American Academy of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery
• The Royal Society of Medicine
• The Royal College of Surgeons of England
• The British Medical Association

Voluntary Work

In addition to his professional career as an ENT Surgeon, Hamid has a particular interest in the promotion of ENT care in the developing world and has travelled to many different countries including Ghana, Tanzania and Cambodia on research and surgical trips.

He is, also, on the Board of Directors for “Sound Seekers”, a charity with a mission to improve the lives of the hearing impaired in developing countries.