Successful ENT GP Night At Chatswood Private Hospital

Chatswood Private Hospital hosted its first in-house event of the year last night to host a series of talks on the latest in ENT, head and neck developments. We had a fantastic turnout with 24 GP’s in attendance at our event taking place at the hospital itself.

The night started with a tour of the hospital and its facilities at 6:00pm, followed by drinks and a three course meal. During the dinner, six ENT surgeons gave fascinating talks on the latest on ENT developments including: keyhole ear surgery; vertigo syndromes; rhinoplasty innovations and the latest in new technology and diagnosis techniques.

Attendees were enthusiastic about the event despite the weather, with many giving glowing feedback for the presentations and format. The event was a great success with many learning a great deal about both the hospital and the future of ENT surgery.

Speakers & Topics:

  • Dr Hubert Low – “What to do when your patient has a lump”
  • Dr Megan Hobson – “Is it or isn’t it? ENT examination dilemmas”
  • Dr Payal Mukherjee – “Modern Audiovestibular testing: How does it help patient care”
  • Dr Nicholas Jufas – “The future of ear surgery”
  • Dr Alex Saxby – “Keyhole ear surgery”
  • Dr Jason Roth – “Rhinoplasty innovations and evolutions”

Some of the photos of the night are below:

GP’s enjoying their meal and presentation

Dr Hubert Low

Dr Nicholas Jufas

Dr Alex Saxby

CEO Roger Cronin with Dr Jason Roth