Mr Fahmy Fayez Fahmy DLO, FRCS (ORL-HNS), FEBORL-HNS (hons)
Mr Fahmy qualified from Alexandria School of Medicine, Egypt in 1986. After completing basic surgical training in Egypt, he moved to the UK in 1994 and whilst working as a Senior House Officer, he passed the FRCS exams and was elected as a fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons in 1995. He commenced his Higher surgical training after being selected to a Specialist Registrar rotation in the South Thames region. In this training programme he worked in Guy's, St Thomas's and St George's Hospitals. He completed his second fellowship FRCS(ORL-HNS) in 2005. Whilst working in these tertiary referral centres he developed a specialist interest in nasal surgery which included surgical treatment of nasal obstruction, endoscopic sinus surgery and correction of nasal deformity (rhinoplasty). He has also developed a special interest in surgical management of external and middle ear problems such as chronic otitis media and cholesteatoma.
In 2004 Mr Fahmy was appointed to a Consultant post at the West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds and Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. Mr Fahmy is a Clinical and Educational Supervisor for Otolaryngology Trainees, training the Consultants of the future. He is a University of Cambridge Senior Clinical Tutor. He is a Faculty Member for the European Board Examination in Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery since 2014. In recognition for his contribution Mr Fahmy was awarded Honorary Fellowship (FEBORL-HNS (hons) in 2016.
Mr Fahmy has published and lectured widely on various aspects of otolaryngology. He is currently Peer Reviewer for clinical otolaryngology.
Mr Fahmy is married with two children. His hobbies include jogging - completed the London Marathon in 2004 raising money for Royal National Institute for the Deaf (RNID), and raising money for Chain of Hope 2012. Mr Fahmy is a keen sailor and scuba diver. He enjoys cooking which he also uses to raise money for charity. Last year Mr Fahmy and his team raised £1500 for the Cardiac Unit at the West Suffolk Hospital through cooking!.
Medicolegal expert since 2005.
Mr Fahmy is proud to be a member of
BRINOS : A charity dedicated to the prevention and cure of Ear Disease in Nepal
This is an otology middle ear charity service that provides education, training and surgical treatment for patients with chronic middle ear disease in Nepal. On his last mission in March 2017 he and a team of 4 carried out 130 major ear surgeries. Mr Fahmy is looking forward to his next mission due to take place in March 2019
Here are photos of the team in Nepal.
Fahmy was a Games maker Volunteer London Olympics 2012