Dr Dan Ornadel is a highly respected London-based consultant physician in respiratory and general medicine. He possesses a special interest in a whole host of respiratory medical conditions, such as breathlessness, asthma, chest pain, cough and sleep apnoea. Dr Ornadel formed a London-based clinic in 2006 in conjunction with other top medical experts to study and treat severe snoring and sleep apnoea.
Dr Ornadel is an expert in lung cancer and was awarded a Jules Thorne Fellowship to conduct research into small cell lung cancer and to study targeting treatment in lung cancer patients with monoclonal antibodies. Dr Ornadel was subsequently awarded with his MD degree at London University in 1995 for this impressive and thorough research.
Dr Ornadel's medical cirriculum is quite notable, as his past and present demonstrates. He was appointed as consultant physician in respiratory, general & intensive care medicine at Central Middlesex Hospital in 1996. He has been lead lung cancer physician at Northwick Park Hospital since 2000 and is currently Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College School of Medicine, London. Dr Ornadel successfully developed and spearheaded the very first respiratory high dependancy unit at Northwick Park, and has held the position as lead respiratory physician at the hospital since 2008.
At the cutting edge of his field, Dr Ornadel has worked with elite athletes, most notably at the 2012 Olympics, where he was lead respiratory physician for the medical centre at the Olympic Village. An expert in bronchoscopy and endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS), Dr Ornadel offers top quality treatment for an entire range of respiratory conditions and is highly recommended by patients and peers alike.