"Two-thirds of Benjamin's patients are children, whom he treats for ailments including tonsillitis and glue ear, as well as performing mastoid and middle-ear surgery".
Whilst studying medicine at Bristol University, Mr Elliot Benjamin developed an interest for ENT, spending his elective at the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital. He gained excellent general ENT training and developed a sub specialty interest in paediatrics and otology on the Thames ENT training programme. He has gone on to study under world experts at the House Ear Institute, Los Angeles, USA and Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, UK as well as a first class honours BSc degree and being awarded “Honours” for his undergraduate medical qualification.
He went on to gain the MRCS and the FRCS (ORL-HNS) as well as the DLO and several postgraduate prizes. He has published numerous peer reviewed original scientific papers, as well as many abstracts, historical articles and reviews. He has presented work at national and international meetings covering all aspects of ENT.
Mr Benjamin performed over 3,000 ENT surgical procedures including over 200 major ear operations and nearly 100 paediatric airway and over 1,000 general paediatric procedures. He is employed as a Consultant ENT Surgeon at Charing Cross Hospital, providing a full adult ENT service with a specialist interest in otology and ear surgery. He provides a full paediatric ENT service at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital where he is lead clinician. He is holds the post of Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College, London, with duties in teaching and lecturing medical students, and fellow surgeons.