Mr Fitim Fetahu
BSc, MSc, RHAD, HCPC
Fitim Fetahu is a Consultant Clinical Audiologist and Clinical Lead at Charing Cross Hospital Imperial College NHS Trust, providing audio-vestibular assessment and rehabilitation in patients with complex hearing and balance problems. Having a clinical academic position at Imperial College London, Fitim is heavily involved in training MSc students as well as senior audiologists.
Being a highly experienced audiologist in microsuction procedures, he underwent to set up the first BSA accredited Aural Microsuction course in the U.K at Imperial College London, training hundreds of audiologists, GPs and nurses over the past 8 years. Having performed several thousands of microsuction procedures, Fitim is regarded as one of the most experienced audiologists on this procedure. Fitim is dedicated in providing a professional, safe and efficient audiology service for all his patients.
Dr Fragoyannis studied medicine in Aberdeen University qualifying with commendation in 2001. Following some years in a variety of hospital specialties (including multiple ENT posts), he trained in General Practice gaining his Royal College of GP qualification and membership in 2006. Since then, he has gathered wide-ranging experience in several practices and he has been partner in Corfton Road Surgery (Ealing) since 2011. He is also the clinical lead and founder of the very popular ear wax removal and microsuction clinic – Ear Care Lab – based in Ealing, London. He was previously a Governing Board Member for Ealing Clinical Commissioning Group as well as Lead GP for Doctor Care Anywhere.
Having performed several thousands of microsuction procedures, Dr Fragoyannis is one of the most experienced doctors there is in this procedure. He takes pride in giving his patients and students his undivided attention and on being approachable, affable and meticulous, providing the highest quality clinical care.
An expert in his field, he is able to diagnose and manage the majority of hearing and balance related disorders. His strong clinical and academic background ensures he stays abreast of the latest cutting-edge research in his field, enabling him to offer the highest level of evidence-based care to all his patients to ensure the best possible outcomes.
He is one of the most highly experienced Audiologists in performing wax microsuction procedures, and has cleared the ears of thousands of patients over the past several years in both his NHS and independent practice. He is also heavily involved in training and supervising clinicians in carrying out the procedure to the highest and safest clinical standards.
Dr Al-khateeb is a Consultant Audiologist with extensive experience in the NHS and in the independent sector in the UK. His academic background ensures the uppermost level of evidence based care and quality of service. He also deals with the world’s leading audio-vestibular manufactures.
Dr Al-khateeb is also the audiology clinical lead for one of the leading independent audiology service providers in the UK where he is responsible to author and ratify audiology procedures and policies, audiologist training and service improvement and development.
Consultant Audio-vestibular physician
Dr Mohamed Hariri, after qualification, enrolled in a training programe in ear, nose and throat surgery. In 1990 he enrolled in the specialist training programme in the subspeciality of Audiological Medicine in Manchester. He obtained his MSc in Audiological Medicine in 1991. He was subsequently appointed as Consultant in Audiological Medicine in Charing Cross Hospital in 1993.
In Audiological Medicine he deals with adults and children. He deals with adult patients who have hearing difficulties, tinnitus (noises in the ears or head), vertigo or dizziness, balance problems, ear complaints such as earache or discharge. He treats children who have hearing difficulties at home or in school, children who do not pass birth or school hearing screening tests and children with speech and language delay.
Dr Hariri has special skills assessing hearing of children with complex medical or developmental conditions. He has a special interest in glue ear and Down’s syndrome cases.
He holds an honorary senior clinical lecturer post with Imperial College Medical School. Dr Hariri participates in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate doctors.
After graduating, Dr Rashid has gained wide-ranging medical experience in different specialities including General Practice and subsequently completed core training in ENT. He is currently working as a specialist registrar in ENT. He has extensive experience in general ENT including microsuction in children and adults as well as teaching students.