We diagnose, evaluate and manage a wide range of diseases of the head and neck, including the ear, nose and throat regions.
ENT surgeons often treat conditions that affect the senses such as hearing and balance disorders or smell and taste problems. They also treat patients with conditions that affect their voice, breathing and swallowing as well as those with head and neck tumours including the skull base and interface with the brain.
Our outpatient department is on the second floor of the Royal Sussex County Hospital. The department hosts outpatients clinics and our audiology and speech and language services.
We also hold outpatient clinics at the Princess Royal Hospital (PRH).
Day surgery is carried out on the surgical ward at the Hurstwood Park Centre at PRH.
adult grommet surgery
advice on management of gastro oesophageal reflux
benign paroxysmal positional vertigo
brandt daroff exercise for BPPV
care following a nose bleed
diet advised after surgical minor procedures
functional endoscopic sinus surgery
instillation of ear drops
microlaryngoscopy and laryngeal medialisation injection
patients being discharged following removal of a voicebox
septoplasty and septorhinoplasty
Stitch or dressing advice (ENT)
vestibular and cawthorn cooksey exercises