Dr Omi Narayan is a paediatric respiratory consultant (Paediatric Pulmonologist) at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, leading the bronchoscopy, sleep and long-term ventilation services. He specialises in all aspects of paediatric respiratory medicine.
Dr Narayan qualified in 2002, completing his Paediatric specialist rotation in London, including Evelina Children’s and Great Ormond Street Hospital. He undertook his subspecialty training in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, before joining Manchester Children’s as a Consultant.
Dr Narayan is actively engaged in research and training, widely publishing journals in peer-reviewed journals and has presented in many national and international conferences. He is the Quality Advisor on RCPCH CSAC, delivering national training in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine in the UK. He is also an Associate Hospital Dean and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester, and a Private Respiratory Paediatrician in Manchester, also serving Cheshire and Liverpool.
- Flexible Bronchoscopy
- Sleep Study (Polysomnography)
- Chronic persistent cough
- Recurrent chest infections
- Newborn breathing problems / Reflux
- Sleep related breathing disorder
- Noisy breathing / Stridor
- Paediatric bronchoscopy
- Congenital lung disease
- Rare lung disorders
- Allergy related disorders
Very pleased with how you treated Holly. The anti biotic’s worked and she has been much better since. Thank you
We have been seeing Dr Narayan since January and my son was discharged in Feb after a successful diagnosis and treatment. However we were concerned about a change in his breathing and a new cough. Dr Narayan advised us and gave a full explanation.
Dr Omi is ace. He has helped us to understand and improve our daughter's health issues and has been clear, reassuring and lovely throughout. We would recommend him to anyone!
I cannot speak highly enough of Dr Narayan. He is extremely clear and concise in the way he speaks and is very well versed when speaking with children.