Gavin Morrison is a Consultant Otolaryngologist with consulting rooms and secretarial office based at 69 Harley Street, London W1. He is President of the Section of Otology at the Royal Society of Medicine and a past President of the British Association of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology (BAPO)..
He also works within the National Health Service at the Evelina London Children’s Hospital.
Gavin Morrison addresses the full range of general ear, nose, and throat conditions in adults and children, treating them medically and surgically. He has sub-specialist interests and particular experience in the following areas:
All children’s ear, nose, and throat difficulties, including glue ear, tonsils and adenoids, and hearing loss. He is highly specialised in treating complex airway problems in infants and children, and undertakes middle ear and mastoid operations and cochlear implantation.
ADULT OTOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
Reconstructive middle ear surgery and mastoid surgery for ear infections and perforations, and a specialist interest in dizziness and Ménière’s disease.
ENDOSCOPIC SINUS SURGERY
Medical and surgical treatments for nasal and sinus conditions.
See thesection of this website for information on how to make a private appointment.
NHS patients (paediatric only) wishing to consult Gavin Morrison must be referred by a GP in the first instance.
Gavin Morrison undertakes work as an expert witness in a medico-legal capacity in clinical negligence cases within his area of clinical expertise. He acts for both claimants and respondents. He also prepares expert reports to assist the courts in civil claims.
Gavin Morrison has been actively involved in specialist research since the 1980s. He is a much-invited speaker at conferences in the UK and internationally. More than seventy articles written or co-written by him have been published in medical journals, and he has contributed chapters to a number of textbooks.
The Research section of this website features PDFs and video illustrations from numerous recent presentations by Gavin Morrison. His full CV, also to be found in the Research section, includes comprehensive lists of his presentations, textbook chapters and articles.
The image of a baby’s face is taken from a remarkable video in which Gavin Morrison treats a congenital diaphragmatic hernia in utero.
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