About Mr Robert Nash

Consultant Otologist & Auditory Implant Surgeon


Sub-specialties: Ear Nose and Throat, Otology, Hearing, Tinnitus, Cochlear Implants, Ear wax build-up, Hearing Loss, Deafness, Ear Infections, Otitis Media, Dizziness, Vertigo, Eustachian Tube Dysfunction, Perforated Eardrum, Myringotomy, Cholesteatoma, Tonsillectomy, Meniere’s Disease, Labyrinthitis, Microsuction, Grommet Insertion, Tympanoplasty, Ossiculoplasty, Stapedectomy, Bone Anchored Hearing Aid Insertion, Tympanomastoidectomy, Mastoid Cavity Obliteration.

Mr Robert Nash is a Consultant otologist & auditory implant surgeon at OneWelbeck ENT.


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Tel: 02036532007

Mr Robert Nash is a Consultant otologist & auditory implant surgeon at OneWelbeck ENT.

Areas of Expertise

Mr Nash treats various symptoms and conditions including

Mr Nash offers various operations & procedures including:

About Mr Robert Nash

Mr Robert Nash is a Consultant specialising in ear, nose and throat (ENT) medicine and surgery. He has a particular interest in the ear and hearing. He is a Consultant Otologist and Cochlear Implant Surgeon at Great Ormond Street Hospital. He has an honorary position at the Royal National ENT Hospital and University College London. He has completed additional degrees in physiology at Oxford University, and Medical Ethics & Law at King’s College London.

Mr Nash undertook his undergraduate medical training at Oxford University, and undertook Higher Surgical Training in North London comprehensively covering ENT in adults and children. He then undertook a higher fellowship at Great Ormond Street Hospital, which he combined with additional experience at the Royal National ENT Hospital. He has been awarded numerous fellowships and prizes, as detailed below.

Additional Information


  • The Royal College of Surgeons
  • ENT UK
  • The British Society of Otology
  • The Royal Society of Medicine
  • The British Cochlear Implant Group
  • The European Academy of Otology & Neurotology
  • The European Society of Paediatric Otolaryngology

Research Highlights

Dr Robert Nash’s research interests include:

Mr Nash has received a number of competitive prizes in including:

  • Great Ormond Street S&S consultant of the year 2019
  • Finalist in GOSH Patient and Family Award 2019
  • Matthew Yung & Chris Raine Otology Fellowship 2020
  • Royal Society of Medicine Otology Fellowship 2016
  • Royal Society of Medicine Temporal Bone Prize 2014
  • Royal Society of Medicine Laryngology & Rhinology Essay Prize (paediatric ENT) 2017
  • Simpson Smith Fellowship 2016
  • TWJ Short Fellowship 2016
  • Alice Maud Hall Travelling Award 2015
  • Combined Universities Temporal Bone Course Dissection Prize 2015
  • Harvey Burton Award 2015
  • BAPO Susannah Leighton Prize 2013
  • Semon Club Leslie Michaels Prize 2011

Notable Publications

  • UK Guidelines on the management of patients with microtia / atresia. ENT-UK.. 2019.
  • Nash, R., Patel, B., Lavy, J. 2018. Changes to Hearing Levels Over the First Year After Stapes Surgery: An Analysis of 139 Patients. Otol Neurotol. 39(7) pp. 829-833.
  • Assessing and treating adult patients with hearing loss. Almeyda R, Nash R. Br J Hosp Med (Lond). 2018 Nov 2;79(11):628-633.
  • Middle ear reconstruction in children. Invited article. ENT & Audiology News. 2018 27(5).
  • A review of the safety of MRI in cochlear implant patients with retained magnets. Srinivasan R, So CW, Amin N, Jaikaransingh D, D’Arco F, Nash R. Clin Radiol. 2019 Dec;74(12):972.e9-972.e16.