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Mr Ravi Hehar

Ear, nose and throat (ENT)

Mr Hehar studied at Cambridge University, gaining a Masters degree in medical sciences. After completing his clinical studies at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, he undertook teaching of anatomy to medical students at the Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in London.

Subsequently, he undertook higher surgical training at the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham, and the Leicester and Derby Royal Infirmaries. He was trained by some of the leaders in the specialty including Professor O'Donoghue, Professor Birchall and Professor Jones.

He was awarded the prestigious TWJ Fellowship to the University of Toronto under the mentorship of Professor John Rutka and Professor Michael Hawke, leaders in the fields of ear disease and sinus disease respectively



Medical societies and organisations 

  • British Association of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery
  • Fellow of the American Academy of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery
  • Council member of the Young Consultant Otorhinolaryngologists, Head and Neck Surgeons
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • Member of the British Medical Association
  • Medical Defence Union

Secretary contact details

Michele Burton
Tel. 01372 275161


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Mr Prince Modayil

Ear, nose and throat (ENT)

Mr Modayil is a Consultant ENT Surgeon with special interest in Paediatric ENT. His NHS practice is based at St George’s University Hospital and Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust.

He is also an Honorary senior lecturer at St George’s University of London.

Mr Modayil graduated in 1998 from India and became a fellow of Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 2012. He underwent higher surgical training in ENT at various tertiary hospitals in London and Manchester. Mr Modayil has a Diploma in Child Health

(DCH) awarded by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health in 2013.

He underwent fellowship training in Paediatric ENT at Evelina London Children’s Hospital.

He took the American equivalent of his medical examinations (ECFMG) and spent time with a leading expert in Paediatric ENT in USA (Dr Mike Rutter in Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Ohio, USA). 



Medical societies and organisations 

British Association of Paediatric Otolaryngology
European Society of Paediatric Otolaryngology
British Medical Association

Secretary contact details

Selina Galliers 
Telephone: 0208 050 5368
Fax: 0208 050 6368


Mr Peter Robb

Ear, nose and throat (ENT)

Peter Robb is a consultant ENT surgeon at Epsom and St Hleier hospitals and Past-President of the British Association for Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology (BAPO). He was Chairman of Council and President of the Royal Society of Medicine, (RSM), Section of Laryngology and Rhinology and member of the RSM Academic Board.

He is also an honorary consultant ENT surgeon to the Children's Trust, Tadworth, and an honorary consultant at the Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford, where the Surrey ENT clinical network is based.

Mr Robb joined Epsom Hospital in 1991, and was subsequently clinical director of surgery. He is a past chairman of the senior medical staff committee at Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust. Mr Robb is current chairman of the Trust Paediatric Surgery Committee.

Following a first class honours degree in human psychology, Peter Robb completed his undergraduate training at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel. He undertook postgraduate surgical training at the Royal London Hospital, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge and Guy's Hospital, London.

At the University of Washington, Seattle, USA, Mr Robb was clinical research fellow. He completed a research project on afferent influences and the developing brainstem auditory pathway. Mr Robb was later clinical fellow in paediatric laryngology with Professor Bruce Benjamin at the Children's Hospital, Sydney, Australia.

Previously a principal investigator for the MRC/University of Oxford OME national genetics study at the Epsom site, he was also a member of the MRC Otitis Media Study Group. Peter Robb led the Epsom site in the National Multicentre Trial of Alternative Regimens for Glue Ear Treatment (TARGET), the only district general hospital site in this national study. Epsom was a pilot site for now completed National Prospective Tonsillectomy Audit, and was part of the National Anonymous Tonsil Audit investigating the epidemiology of variant CJD.

Peter Robb is an honorary senior lecturer at Middlesex University and is member of faculty who developed the postgraduate diploma in ENT for primary care practitioners, aimed at GPSi's in ENT.

In December 2011, Mr Robb completed an extended term as Chairman of the Intercollegiate Specialty Board in Otolaryngology, member of the Joint Committee for Intercollegiate Examinations, Specialist Advisory Committee in Otolaryngology and examiner for the Intercollegiate Specialty Board in Otolaryngology Fellowship examination. He is a past member of the Court of Examiners of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and is an external examiner for Middlesex University.

Mr Robb was a consultant clinical advisor in ENT to the NHS Modernisation Agency and national link for day-case paediatric ENT surgery. In 2007, he was seconded to the Department of Health White Paper working party, "Delivering Healthcare Closer to Home".

Until 2011, Mr Robb was chairman of one of the four Guidelines Review Panels at the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE). He was a professional specialist clinical assessor in ENT for the NHS National Clinical Assessment Service (NCAS) at the National Patient Safety Agency, and one of two national specialist advisors in paediatric otolaryngology to NCEPOD.

Currently a specialty advisor for the DH Atlas of Variation and author for NHS Clinical Information, he was also a member of the DH HRG Expert Working Group.

Mr Robb recently completed a term as one of two UK representatives on the UEMS (European Union of Medical Specialists) for Otolaryngology (ENT), which reports to the European Union.

Publications, numbering over 80, and book chapters reflect the author's interest in paediatric otorhinolaryngology. Peter Robb has co-authored a textbook, ENT in Primary Care, and contributed to Scott-Brown's Otolaryngology, the prize-winning premier postgraduate ENT textbook.



Secretary contact details

Clair Richardson
Tel: 01372 275161
Fax: 01372 277494>


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