Your Consultant

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Mr. Nigel Padgham

Speciality: ENT

Mr Padgham is currently only undertaking expert medico-legal reports and some existing private patients by mutual agreement

Private & NHS Treatment

Private Treatment:

Hearbase, Folkestone 

Kent Hearing, Kings Hill


Education and Training

MBChB, FRCSEd (ENT) 1987, FRCS Eng. (ENT) 1988, Specialist Register 1994

Training was at Leicester University Medical School (1976 -1981)

ENT junior training was in Leicester and St Georges London.

Senior training was at St Mary’s Hospital London then In Dundee and Middlesbrough.

The emphasis was on ear and nasal surgery including cosmetic nasal and ear surgery.

Overseas training was in Paris at the Louvre Clinic and the Causse Clinic near Beziers, then in Zurich at the University Hospital.

The emphasis was on voice and hearing restoration, and skull base surgery.

He has provided sub-specialty interest care in children and adult’s hearing, dizziness and tinnitus assessment and treatment.  I carry out surgery for chronic ear disease, sinus / nasal disease and cosmetic facial and ear surgery.

Mr Padgham was Clinical Director in charge of Head and Neck Services for east Kent Hospitals from 2006 to 2011

He trained senior doctors in ENT surgery, and taught on the Brighton and London Temporal Bone Surgery courses.  

Chaired Clinical Coding, Marketing and Income Board for East Kent Hospitals 2006 – 2013.

Special Interests
My Fees

My Fees

Please discuss with my private secretary.

Medico-legal fees as agreed in my terms and conditions with the legal advisors


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