Mr Cameron Davies-Husband
Consultant ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
MBBS, BSc, FRCS (ORL-HNS), DOHNS, PGCME
I specialise in all forms of malignant and benign head and neck surgery, including thyroid, salivary gland, throat and sinus disorders, general/paediatric ENT conditions and providing second opinions in cases of complexity.
I graduated from University College London in 2006 and completed my specialist training at Addenbrookes Hospital as part of the East of England deanery, comprising Cambridge, Norwich and North Thames Hospitals. I undertook two higher surgical oncology fellowships, firstly by competitive national appointment to the UK Training Interface Group fellowship in Newcastle upon Tyne, where I developed comprehensive skills in head and neck, thyroid and trans-oral laser/robotic surgery. I was subsequently appointed to the Royal Marsden Hospital advanced surgical fellowship, sub-specialising in craniofacial and skull base surgery for tumours of the brain and sinuses.
I currently hold a substantive post at University Hospitals Sussex (UHS) and Queen Victoria Hospital Head and Neck Unit, East Grinstead, since 2017. I am the trust's lead clinician for head and neck surgery and hold core positions in both the thyroid and skull base surgery multidisciplinary teams.
I am currently assistant editor for the Journal of Clinical Otolaryngology, and principal investigator for head and neck/ENT clinical trials at UHS.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Cameron Davies-Husband at Spire include:
Ear Nose and Throat (ENT)
COVID-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service at The Montefiore Hospital.
Royal College of Surgeons
British Association of Head and Neck Oncologists
British Association of Endocrine and Thyroid Surgeons
British Skull Base Society
My research interests focus on reduction of treatment side effects and functional outcomes in head and neck oncology, particularly in the context of minimally invasive endoscopic techniques for diagnosing and treating tumours of the head and neck. I am also currently Assistant Editor for the Journal of Clinical Otolaryngology.
As a Grade 8 concert flautist, I developed complex psychomotor skills from the age of six, along with the ability to adapt motor memory for intricate tasks. I continue to play the flute for pleasure, which is both relaxing and has the benefit of maintaining fine motor skills and manual dexterity.
My leisure pursuits include martial arts and I have achieved black-belt grade in Kung-Fu, a discipline that mandated years of developing upon mental awareness, focusing on precision and economy of movement.
I have a passion for powerlifting, and began lifting in 2003 at University College London. I have a personal record of deadlifting over 418 pounds, demonstrating commitment and dedication to the grueling pursuit of strength training, which I apply to all my goals and aspirations. I am a competitive runner/triathlete, and have completed a number of endurance courses, including “Hell Runner”, “The Whole Hog”, “Spartan”, and most recently a painful 13 mile cross-country run, the "Tough Mudder".
I enjoyed a recreational career as a regular DJ at my student union during my university years at UCL. During my leisure time I still continue to enjoy music production and composition, which is an excellent creative outlet to accommodate for stresses that accompany a busy surgical career.