Mr Karan Kapoor is a highly esteemed consultant ear, nose and throat surgeon based in Surrey. He specialises in thyroid disorders, nasal congestion, voice issues, deviated septum and sleep disordered breathing. He is additionally known for his expertise in head and neck cancers.
Mr Kapoor was awarded his initial medical qualification from the University of London in 2002 as well as a further bachelor in neuroscience and masters in surgical education further on in his esteemed career. He has completed training at numerous renowned institutions in the UK, such as Great Ormond Street Hospital and The Royal Marsden Hospital, as well as in the USA at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Institute and New York’s Memorial Sloan Kettering hospital. He has completed two specialist fellowships in his areas of specialist interest, one being the Royal College of Surgeons Fellowship at Charing Cross Hospital. He previously served as clinical lead and now holds the position of head and neck cancer lead for Surrey and Sussex NHS Healthcare Trust and additionally sees private patients at Spire Gatwick Park Hospital.
Mr Kapoor has published widely on topics in the ENT field and has completed research relating to the thyroid, voice and trans-oral laser surgery. Additionally, he is a leading educator for medical trainees and is training and education lead for ENT at Surrey and Sussex Hospital Trust as well as training lead on airway management and head and neck anatomy courses for Royal College of Surgeons.
Mr Kapoor is passionate about charity work and worked aboard the Impact India Foundation Lifeline Express Train for one month, providing essential specialist treatment to those in need. He additionally raised money for the charitable foundation while climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.