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Mr Christopher Jennings is a highly qualified consultant ENT head and neck surgeon in Birmingham, working privately from the BMI The Edgbaston Hospital, Spire Little Aston Hospital and Sutton Medical Consulting Centre. He specialises in salivary gland surgery, thyroid gland surgery and head and neck cancer, with subspecialist expertise in rhinology and facial plastic surgery.
Mr Jennings qualified from Leicester University Medical School in 1990. He completed his post-graduate training in the east midlands and did most of his head and neck training with Patrick Bradley in Nottingham. He attained his CCST in ENT in 2001 and spent a year in Adelaide, South Australia as a surgical fellow in rhinology and head and neck surgery.
He is also a consultant otolaryngologist (head and neck surgeon) at the University Hospital Birmingham (UBHT) since 2002 and Good Hope Hospital. Alongside his clinics, he was appointed honorary senior lecturer to the University of Birmingham in 2002. He has carried out much research, with his current interest topics; rhinology and head and neck oncology.
Mr Jennings is the head and neck cancer lead for ENT and is a council member for ENT-UK Head and Neck and a member of the NHS Commissioning Body (NHS_CB) for head and neck services.
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