Mrs Susan Douglas
Consultant ENT Surgeon
QualificationsMBBS (Hons) UWI, FRCSEd, FRCS (ORL-HNS)
Main NHS base:
Rotherham General Hospital
Scope of Practice:
- General Adult ENT
- Ear discharge
- Ear infections, perforated ear drum
- Hearing loss
- Balance disorder / Dizziness/ Vertigo
- Repair of protruding ears, split ear lobes
- Ear canal / middle ear/ Mastoid surgery
- Nose bleeds
- Nasal injuries/facial injuries/ear trauma
- Blocked nose, Septoplasty, endoscopic sinus surgery
- Tonsillectomy (adults and children)
- Throat and voice disorders
- Neck lumps
- Salivary gland disease
- Feeling of lump in throat
- Snoring, obstructive sleep apnoea
- Voice problems, i.e hoarseness
- Facial pain and facial lesions
Training & background:
Mrs Douglas is a Consultant ENT Surgeon at The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust with a private practice at Claremont Private Hospital.
She completed her Medical training with an Honours degree in 1995 going on to complete her ENT specialist training in the South Trent region working at the University Hospitals of Nottingham, Leicester and Derby. Mrs Douglas has a subspecialist interest in Otology (diseases and surgery of the ear) and was awarded the Graham Fraser fellowship in Otology and Cochlear Implantation to work in Sydney in 2006. After completing that Fellowship, she researched hearing loss at the Garvan Institute for Medical Research in Sydney.
She has worked at the University Hospitals Bristol and the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children from 2008 and relocated to Rotherham in 2013. Her main sub-specialist interest is Otology (diseases of the ear and Balance) and she also specializes in Rhinology (diseases of the nose and sinuses) and sees general ENT complaints. She routinely performs Middle ear and Mastoid surgery and Nasal and Sinus surgery.
Mrs Douglas has presented Nationally and Internationally, published peer-reviewed articles in ENT and worked with the British Medical Journal group to publish articles on the Evaluation of Dizziness and Cholesteatoma (a form of middle ear and mastoid disease). She also teaches medical students, Junior doctors and GPs about General ENT disorders and Ear complaints.
Please note these are regular clinics, other times may be available by appointment
M: Monthly sessions A: Consulting alternative weeks A/H: Ad Hoc
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