Mr Mohiemen Anwar is a London trained ENT surgeon. He has gained his National Training
Number in North Thames deanery back in 2007. He was trained in high calibre
centres like Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, The Royal Marsden
Hospital, The Royal National Throat Nose and Ear, Charing Cross Hospital, St
Mary’s Hospital, St Bartholomew’s Hospital and The Royal London Hospital. Following
his success in being appointed as a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in
2016, he was awarded the Certificate of Completion of Training in 2017. In
2017, he was successfully appointed as a substantive consultant ENT surgeon at
Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust. He has developed an interest in
Rhinology, sinonasal pathologies and anterior skull base surgery during his
training and dedicated his latter years of training into developing his skills
in the field of rhinology, facial-plastics and anterior skull base surgery. He
has gained a vital experience in both open and endoscopic anterior skull base
surgery during the last year of his training/fellowship working at the
skull-base and advance sinus surgery firm at the Royal London Hospital.
He was appointed as an NHS consultant in London’s Chelsea and Westminster NHS
Foundation Trust in 2017. His NHS work is mainly based at West Middlesex
University Hospital and to a lesser extent Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
His NHS practice include both adult and paediatric ENT services. Although his
main subspeciality interest is rhinology, allergy, nasal surgery, and
endoscopic sinus surgery, he kept a broad interest in all aspects of ENT
surgery, not least hearing loss, dizziness, tinnitus, voice disorders, throat
discomfort, snoring, sleep disorders, neck lumps and thyroid disorders. Since
his appointment into his current NHS post, he has pushed to develop the ENT
practice at the Trust by introducing new technologies and new procedures to the
department, not least balloon sinoplasty and endoscopic ear surgery. He is also
working on developing a bone anchored hearing aid services at the Trust and a
joint voice clinic.
Mr Anwar lives in west London, married to an Arabic folk singer, has a 3-year-old
daughter and expecting his second child in July 2018. He is a keen tennis
player and has won several junior tennis trophies for his club, school and
Research and Academia:
Between the years 2008 and 2011, he had taken time off his training to concentrate on
his research in the field of Molecular Oncology and Immunotherapy at Bart's
Cancer Institute. In 2014, his novel work in combining oncolytic virotherapy
and immunotherapy in the treatment of solid tumours was honoured by Queen
Mary’s University of London with a Doctorate of Philosophy degree (PhD) in the
field of molecular oncology and gene therapy. He has an on-going interest in this
field of research and currently involved in few clinical trials.
Mr Anwar, has published in peer-reviewed journals, and presented in international,
national and local academic meetings.
Community and GP clinics:
At Teddington Memorial Hospital, he runs a weekly outreach ENT clinic, focusing on
delivering a local and accessible ENT services to the local population,
including hearing assessment and hearing aid dispensing. At the same hospital,
he runs a monthly joint GP clinic, whereby two local GPs with specialist
interest in ENT would present him with patients they have reviewed previously
in their corresponding clinics and deemed necessary for a specialist opinion;
without the need for referral to secondary care centres.
Teaching and Training:
He has a specialist interest in training and teaching. Mr Anwar is the main
organiser of Bart's ENT training courses. Since 2007, he has organised 11 FESS
& Rhinoplasty courses, 11 Head and Neck dissection courses and 2 Temporal
bone dissection courses. He has helped set-up Bart's Introduction to ENT course,
aimed at junior trainees interested in joining a career in ENT.
These courses throughout the years have complemented ENT surgeons’ training and have
provided them the certification in order to achieve their competencies. Many of
them are now back to be faculty members of the courses, having been candidates
on these courses previously.
Mr Anwar is passionate about charity and medical aid. In 2016, he spent a month in
Syrian and Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan, whereby he was part of a
massive charity mission in the assessment and the rehabilitation of children
with hearing disability. During that mission, more than 2000 children were
assessed in various camps around Jordan and an excess of 500 hearing aids were dispensed
to those children. Local health authorities were trained to maintain those hearings
aids and a follow up visit is planned in 2018.
Please find out more here http://www.anwar-ent.com/