Mr Nicholas Eynon-Lewis trained in Ear, Nose & Throat surgery in London at Charing Cross Hospital, The Royal Free Hospital and St Bartholomew’s as well as The National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital and other hospitals in the UK. He has also spent time working and observing overseas in Cape Town, South Africa and Dallas, USA.
He is in charge of Undergraduate teaching at Barts and The London Medical School, University of London. In addition, he is involved with organising and lecturing on courses at The University of London, City University and The Royal College of Surgeons of England. He has represented the Royal College of Surgeons, lecturing on innovations and controversies in Rhinology (Nose Surgery) on two overseas conferences. He has lectured on core training, basic surgical skills and surgical careers at The Royal College. He also lectures to GPs, speech therapists, audiologists and nurses.
Mr Eynon-Lewis runs a specialist Voice Clinic with a Voice Therapist at St Bartholomew’s Hospital and also works with an experienced therapist in the private sector. He sees professional voice users including patients from the Royal Shakespeare Company. He is the Director of The London Nose Clinic (londonnoseclinic.co.uk), and is the only UK-based surgeon on the editorial board of the worldwide online ENT journal Otolaryngology published by OMICS. He has published on a range of surgical topics.
Mr Eynon-Lewis lives in London. He is interested in sport, natural history and the arts.