Daniel Tweedie MA(Cantab) FRCS(ORL-HNS) DCH is an NHS and private Ear, Nose and Throat ENT Consultant Surgeon in London. He is a children's ENT specialist, one of a small number in the UK, and many of his patients have very complex medical needs.
He completed undergraduate medical degrees at Cambridge University, where he was awarded a Distinction in his Final MB Medicine examinations and a Cambridge Blue in the University Boat Race.
Mr Tweedie undertook specialist training in London in all areas of adult and children's ENT, including a fellowship in specialist paediatric ENT at Great Ormond Street Hospital. He was appointed as a Children's ENT Consultant at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London, in January 2013, where he also provides some Adult ENT services.
He was a training programme director for ENT in South London. He is a Council Member of the British Association for Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology (BAPO) and is also a member of the Children's Surgical Forum at the Royal College of Surgeons and the British Thoracic Society children’s sleep disorders working group.
Mr Tweedie's NHS practice is mainly based at the Evelina London Children's Hospital, where he won a Trust award for outstanding patient care in 2015. This department’s work has been reviewed by the Department of Health’s Getting it Right First Time programme, with some of the very lowest complication rates after tonsil surgery in the country.
Apart from clinical practice in Paediatric ENT, he is fully trained as an adult ENT specialist, and manages adult emergency cases at Guy’s, St Thomas’ and King’s College Hospitals.
Mr Tweedie also provides a private ENT specialist service for children and adults, at:
He covers all aspects of specialist Children's ENT, including:
Diagnostic endoscopy and surgery for paediatric airway problems (including airway reconstruction and tracheostomy)
Coblation intracapsular tonsillectomy (tonsillotomy)- minimally invasive tonsillectomy, a more gentle alternative to conventional tonsil surgery
Snoring and sleep apnoea and other sleep problems in children
Tonsillitis, sore throats and tonsil stones
Middle ear infections (acute otitis media)
Hearing loss, ear disease and ear surgery (otology)
Tinnitus and hyperacusis
Perforated eardrum and cholesteatoma
Surgery for inherited and acquired paediatric head and neck problems, lumps and bumps (pre-auricular sinuses, dermoid cysts, branchial anomalies)
Prominent lymph nodes in the neck
Children's nose and sinus surgery
Nosebleeds in children
Drooling in children
Paediatric ENT emergencies