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Mrs Geni Rogers in a Consultant ENT Surgeon in Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire.
All ENT conditions as well as head and neck complaints in both children and adults. Problems successfully treated include:
EAR: Deafness, discharge, ringing (tinnitus), balance disturbance and facial weakness.
NOSE: blockage, pain, discharge, catarrah, and disturbance of sense of smell.
THROAT: hoarse voice, problems with swallowing or food sticking, choking and snoring.
NECK: Lumps and bumps in the face or neck region and salivary gland problems.
Mrs Rogers has a specialist interest in children's diseases; including glue ear, otitis media, tonsillitis, allergy, obstructive sleep apnoea and eating difficulties resulting in failure to thrive and gain weight.
Mrs Rogers will see patients from Newborn+
Mrs Rogers qualified as a doctor in London in 1992. She completed specialist postgraduate training in otolaryngology in London and South East England, including working at St George's Hospital, Barts and The Royal London Hospitals, Guys and St Thomas' Hospital, The Evelina Children's Hospital and NHS appointments.
After completing her higher surgical training and accreditation in Otorhinolaryngology in London, Mrs Rogers was appointed as a local substantive consultant to the Princess Alexandra NHS Trust in Harlow in 2009. She has been key in the expansion and development of the department.
Mrs Rogers has published and presented peer review articles nationally and internationally. Lectures and tutorials are regularly provided to both hospital doctors and GPs. She enjoys examining candidates in the nationally renowned St Thomas' “exit” mock exam for accrediting ENT specialists. She continues to attend national and international conferences in ENT and medical matters in general to ensure her practice remains wide-ranging and up-to-date.
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
Royal Society of Medicine
British Medical Association
Medical Defence Union, ENT UK
Otolaryngology Research Society and the General Medical Council
The Princess Alexandra NHS Trust