Olivia Whiteside

Olivia is a Consultant ENT Surgeon. She qualified from St Bartholomew’s and The Royal London Hospital Medical School in 1998 during which time she also gained a first class honors degree in an intercalated BSc in Neuroscience at University College London in 1996.

She undertook higher surgical training in ENT in the Oxford region. During this time, she gained the Royal Society of Medicine Gold medal for achieving the top mark in the country in her ENT fellowship examinations. She spent the final year of her training as the inaugural Oxford Advanced Otology Fellow, specialising in treatment and surgery for diseases of the ear.

Olivia has been an ENT Consultant since July 2011, leaving the NHS in October 2021 to work solely in private practice. She sees adult and paediatric patients with all types of ear, nose and throat disorders, but has a particular interest in the ear, in particular cholesteatoma, tinnitus, dizziness, childhood hearing loss and ear problems including glue ear, reconstruction of the bones of hearing and Eustachian tube disorders. She has published numerous articles in various medical journals.

Olivia is married with children and enjoys skiing and playing tennis.

Please see www.oliviawhiteside.com for further information.