Qualifications: MBBS, BA(Hons), MCh, FRCS (ORL-HNS)
Mr. Philippe Bowles holds a substantive ENT Consultant post at University Hospitals Sussex NHS Trust at The Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and at Worthing hospital. His scope of clinical practice covers all areas of Adult and Paediatric Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery and he has a specialist interest in Voice and Airway Disorders.
Mr Bowles graduated from Brighton and Sussex Medical School and completed his specialist Higher Surgical Training Kent Sussex and Surrey Deanery, including subspecialist training in Paediatric ENT at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children. During his training he developed a subspecialist interest in voice and airway disorders and now leads the tertiary referral Voice clinic at University Hospitals Sussex NHS Trust. Mr Bowles also has an interest in nasal and sinus surgery. He is a member of the Facial Pain MDT at UHS NHS Trust, and works in collaboration with Eye surgeons in the management of eye and lacrimal cases with trans-nasal surgery. He holds a Masters degree in surgery for which he was awarded a full scholarship, and gained a distinction.
Mr. Bowles has published over 35 publications in peer review medical and surgical journals, and has presented his research at national and international academic meetings and conferences in across Europe, America and the Middle East. He was awarded a full scholarship for his Masters degree (MCh) in surgery, for which obtained a distinction. He is the ENT Clinical Educational Lead at UHS NHS Trust, overseeing the training and clinical development of the junior ENT surgical team.