Mr Kwamena Amonoo-Kuofi is a highly qualified consultant ENT surgeon based in Hampshire. He has expertise in assessing and treating a wide range of adult and paediatric ENT conditions. He specialises in paediatric ENT, obstructive sleep apnoea, tonsillitis and adenoid problems, as well as sinus disease and treatments, vertigo and pinnaplasty.
Mr Amonoo-Kuofi is an experienced clinician who trained and qualified from St George’s Hospital Medical School (University of London), graduating with a distinction in Endocrinology and Medical Neurosciences. He completed his ENT specialist training in the Eastern and London Deaneries. He has extensive training in ENT having worked at a number of leading hospitals including Royal National Throat, Nose & Ear Hospital (RNTNE), Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, Cambridge University Teaching Hospital and Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital, London.
Following this, he completed an advanced specialist paediatric fellowship at the Starship Children's Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand and was subsequently appointed as Consultant ENT Surgeon at University Hospital Southampton. Mr Amonoo-Kuofi has, to-date, written various research papers that have been published in peer-reviewed journals. His other areas of interest include medical education and simulation training. He is the ENT Training Programme Director for Wessex and is faculty member on several regional simulation courses (Non-Technical Skills for Surgeons) and regional paediatric airway simulation courses.
He is keen to support the medical profession and speaks and presents at various regional and national events. Most recently, he was a keynote speaker at the UK National Neonatal Transport Group Conference in Southampton. He regularly gives talks at local educational GP conferences and in current times these have continued virtually.