Jonathan Bernstein is a Consultant Ear, Nose and Throat/ Head and Neck Surgeon based at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Charing Cross Hospital. Mr Bernstein specialises in ear, nose and throat conditions and subspecialises in head and neck surgery, thyroid cancer surgery, salivary gland conditions and neck lumps. He developed an interest in ENT early on in his career, attending the House Ear Institute in Los Angeles in 2001 for 2 months while a medical student.
Mr Bernstein has international experience and expertise in head and neck surgery. In Toronto, he undertook 3 years of advanced fellowship training in head and neck surgery, thyroid and parathyroid surgery, and reconstructive microsurgery at University Health Network and Mount Sinai Hospital, one of the three largest such programmes in North America.
Jonathan was granted MD by the University of Manchester for his doctoral thesis in translational radiobiology in head and neck cancer.
Along with a busy clinical practice, he works on the question writing group for the FRCS exam board (the JCIE) and enjoyed providing an honorary surgical service to the Gibraltar Health Authority.
From north London originally, Jonathan qualified as a doctor at the University of Bristol Medical School in 2002. He became fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS) in 2010 and completed Calman specialist training in the north west in 2013. He has the dilpoma in otolaryngology (DOHNS).
He has published and presented internationally on biomarkers, functional MRI, virtual surgical navigation and cancer outcomes, and on other aspects of ENT such as Cochrane and BMJ Clinical Evidence reviews.
Jonathan's wife is an interventional radiologist. They have climbed Aconcagua, and now having two children the family enjoy music and holidays hillwalking in the UK.
Mr Bernstein is dedicated to providing a high quality, safe and thorough medical and surgical service.