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Mr Philip Clamp



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Medical qualifications:





Current post:

Consultant in ENT, neurotology and skull base surgery

Secretary's name:

Carole Tomkinson (adult ENT)

Sarah Reay (paediatric ENT)

Margaret Burke (skull base surgery)


ENT Surgery

Membership of professional bodies:

General Medical Council

Royal College of Surgeons of England

British Medical Association


British Association for Paediatric Otolaryngology

British Society of Otology

British Balance Network

British Cochlear Implant Group

British Skull Base Society

Special clinical interests:

Adult and paediatric otology (ear surgery)

Skull Base Surgery

Balance disorders

Hearing implants


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Professional profile/background:

Mr Clamp trained in Oxford before completing higher surgical training in the Southwest.

He undertook a clinical and research fellowship in Melbourne, Australia. This fellowship focused on the management of complex ear disease, cochlear implantation and lateral skull base surgery. The University of Melbourne and Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital are world renown for the development of cochlear implants. He completed research projects on the effect of implantation on cochlear mechanics and novel bone-anchored hearing aids.

Mr Clamp was appointed as a consultant in 2014. He has a specialist interest in adult and paediatric otology, hearing implants and lateral skull base surgery. He is based at St Michaels and the Children's Hospitals. He is a core member of the regional skull base MDT with additional clinics and operating sessions at Southmead Hospital.

Mr Clamp has an interest in ENT research and is an honorary clinical lecturer at the University of Bristol.  

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