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Mr Martin Porter

Consultant Surgeon
MD, FRCS (Orl.)

Practising at

Spire South Bank Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Martin Porter at Spire include:

Cosmetic surgery

Other treatments

Ear, nose and throat: Paediatric otolaryngology. Paediatric medicine

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Professional profile

A Graduate of both Cambridge and Oxford, Mr Martin Porter trained at Bart's, The Royal Marsden and Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospitals, before becoming senior registrar in Bristol. He was a lecturer in head and neck surgery in Auckland, New Zealand.

Mr Porter is the lead surgeon for paediatric services (children) within the county and the only consultant qualified to teach paediatric resuscitation. As well as dedicated paediatric outpatient clinics, he runs dedicated paediatric operating lists and is the only consultant accredited to cover over night admissions, for example tonsillectomy. Mr Porter's special interest is rhinology (this includes rhinoplasty and sinus surgery) and endoscopic surgery of the throat. He works in muti-disciplinary clinics for paediatrics with audiologists and with chest physicians for allergies and snoring.


Clinical Interests

Allergy

Endoscopic surgery: Endoscopic pharyngeal pouch surgery, Rhinoplasty, Snoring surgery, Watery eyes.

Private contact details

Telephone 01905 362220
Website http://www.ent-surgeon.co.uk
Private secretary Claire Perry
Private secretary telephone 07525 167 172
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

Royal College of Surgeons
British Association of Otolaryngologists ENT UK
Anglo French Medical Society

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Current NHS posts

Consultant ENT Surgeon, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.

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Personal Profile

Mr Porter is married with three children and his wife is a teacher. He lives in the country and keeps bees. He is keen to teach ENT to his juniors and other NHS staff.

His interests include skiing and country sports.

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