Professor Chitta Chowdhury is a consultant ENT surgeon at Spire Hartswood private hospital in Brentwood, Essex and Spire Roding hospital in Redbridge, Essex. He offers private ENT (ear, nose and throat) treatment in our clean and comfortable private hospital.
MBBS 1970 (Dhaka University)
FRCS Ed 1979 RCS Edinburgh
RMAC 1983 Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, England
FCSHK 1984 Hong Kong
Accreditation Otolaryngology 1988 RCS Edinburgh
FICS 1990 West German Section
MBIM 1992 England
FRCS 2003 RCS England
Vice Chairman Research & Ethical Committee North East London
Editorial Board RSM Journal
Member Opportunities in Surgery Committee RCS England
Senior Member Committee for Overseas Sponsored Doctors RCS England
Professor Chitta Chowdhury has been a consultant ENT/head and neck surgeon at Barking Havering and Redbridge Trust University hospital since 1994. He is also a senior clinical lecturer at Queen Mary College and at Barts and Royal London hospitals and an examiner for DOHNS MRCS & FRCS of Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, England, Glasgow and Ireland.
Professor Chowdhury worked in Kolkata CPC Centenary Hospital & BMS in 1971/1973 before moving to England in December 1973. He then trained in Ear, Nose, Throat/Head & Neck Surgery in Liverpool teaching hospitals before moving to London in 1977. There he was registrar/senior registrar at St James, St Georges and Metropolitan ENT Hospitals.
Professor Chowdhury joined HM Forces (RAMC) in 1983. He was posted to Hong Kong (Far East Command) and returned to London and trained in head and neck surgery as Senior Registrar at Royal Marsden Hospital London from October 1985 until February 1987, when he took the post of Senior Registrar ENT/Head & Neck Surgery at Freeman Hospital in Newcastle. He was appointed consultant (ASCAB) R.C.S. in August 1988 before being posted to Germany as Command Consultant BAOR (British Army of the Rhine) in February 1993. When Professor Chowdhury returned to England, he took the post of consultant ENT surgeon at Queen Elizabeth Military Hospital, London.
Professor Chowdhury left HM Forces (PVR) in the rank of Lt. Colonel and rejoined the NHS as a consultant ENT/head & neck surgeon for Barking, Havering and Redbridge University NHS Trust in February 1994 and continues to work for the NHS.
Having trained as a head and neck cancer surgeon and paediatric ENT surgeon, Professor Chowdhury now specialises in children’s ear, nose and throat disease and surgery. This includes endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS), middle ear micro-surgery, salivary gland surgery and thyroid gland surgery.
Chitta Chowdhury travels extensively and has taught in the Far East, Indian subcontinent, Middle East and Europe and is included in the 'Who is Who of Contemporary Professionals' (American Bibliographic Society).
Professor Chowdhury’s approach to patient care at Spire Hartswood Hospital is sympathetic, cordial and he strives to provide the best possible care and quality of life for his patients.