Mr Graham Roblin
Consultant Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon
MBBCh, FRCS (ORL-HNS), MPhil
I graduated from the University Hospital of Wales College of Medicine in 1989 and undertook my junior doctor training in South Wales gaining experience in General Surgery, Neurosurgery and ENT. I gained a place on the ENT/Head and Neck Specialist Training Programme in Wales in 1997, completing my training in 2003. During this time I undertook a postgraduate degree in rhinological research gaining a Master of Philosophy for research into nasal obstruction. I was also awarded the TWJ fellowship enabling me to study and train at Havard University and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear hospital.
I have practised as a Consultant in ENT and Head and Neck Surgery since 2004 at the University Hospital of Wales and since 2005 at Spire Hospital. Since then my practice has involved general ENT as well as subspecialising in Otology, implant surgery and Paediatric Otolaryngology.
I am currently the Clinical Director for ENT at University Hospital of Wales and am also the clinical lead for clinical governance and audit.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Graham Roblin at Spire include:
MBBCh / University of Wales College of Medicine / 1989
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
FRCS (ORL/HNS) / Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh / 1996
Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Intercollegiate FRCS / Royal College of Surgeons / 2000
MPhil / Cardiff University / 2002
Master of Philosophy
British Society of Otology
Secretary ENT Wales/Cymru
Clinical Lead for Clinical Governance
Clinical Director ENT/Head and Neck Surgery Department, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff
Consultant Otolaryngologist, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust.
Honorary Lecturer, Cardiff University.
I am an avid sports fan with a very keen interest in rugby and football. In my spare time I enjoy running and cycling, having taken part in many half and full marathons and cycling sportives.
I am a second language Welsh speaker.