Mr Kiran Varad 


Mr K Varad
Mr Kiran Varad

I am a paediatric ENT Consultant and the founder of Paediatric ENT UK. I strive to provide a high standard of care for children with ENT problems.             `

I graduated from King’s College London in 2010 and completed my ENT training in London and the South East of England. I developed a passion in children’s ENT early in my training

I graduated from King’s College London in 2010 and completed my ENT training in London and the South East of England. I developed an interest in children’s ENT problems early in my training and found working with sick children and their families to be highly rewarding.

I was appointed to the prestigious Great Ormond Street Paediatric ENT Fellowship in 2020. During the fellowship I gained the expertise and the skills to manage the full breadth of paediatric ENT conditions.

My NHS practice is at Ashford and St. Peter’s and Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trusts. I work with paediatric and neonatal teams in the area to deliver care to sick babies and children.

My private practice is based in Surrey (Nuffield Guildford Hospital) and London (Spire St. Anthony’s Hospital).

I am the clinical lead for children’s ENT services in the the South East if England (South Thames Paediatric Network).  This encompasses Children’s in ENT in London, Children’s ENT in Kent, Children’s ENT in Surrey and Children’s ENT in Sussex.   In this role I hope to improve quality and accessibility of children’s ENT care in the region.

Additionally, I am the lead for children’s surgical services at Ashford and St. Peter’s Hospital as well as being the overall clinical lead for ENT services at the trust. 

I undertake a large volume of tonsillectomy, adenoidectomy and grommet insertion in children. I am an expert at coblation intracapsular tonsillectomy, a newer and safer form of tonsil surgery. I have interest in lumps and bumps of the head and neck in children which forms a core part of my practice.

As a member of the British Association of Paediatric Otolaryngologists I am always up to date in the management of children’s ENT problems.

I live in Surrey with my wife and young daughter. My passions include tennis, golf and playing the piano and guitar. I am an avid fan of Lego and am constructing a mini Lego city with my daughter.

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