Fiona MacGregor is a Consultant ENT Surgeon based in Glasgow. She has a particular interest in throat and voice disorders, neck lumps and head and neck cancer. She treats a wide range of general ENT problems including deafness, sore throat (including tonsillitis), swallowing problems and nasal obstruction.
Fiona graduated from Edinburgh Medical School in 1986 and undertook her initial surgical training in Edinburgh and Glasgow. She subsequently trained in otolaryngology at the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London. She also worked at the Middlesex and Hammersmith Hospitals before returning to Glasgow and taking up a consultant post at Gartnavel General Hospital and the Royal Hospital for Sick Children Yorkhill in 1997. In 2015 she became a full-time adult ENT Surgeon at the new Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow.
She is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Glasgow University and a Royal College of Surgeons Examiner for the Intercollegiate Specialty Board in Otorhinolaryngology. She is a past Chairman of ENT Scotland and sits on ENT-UK council. She is a member of the Royal Society of Medicine and ENT-UK.
Fiona’s main interests include general ENT problems such as tonsillitis, swallowing problems, nasal obstruction and hearing loss. She also has an interest in throat and voice problems and head and neck lumps including cancers and thyroid swellings.
Fiona MacGregor has published a number of book chapters and journal articles and lectured widely on her particular interests of paediatric ENT, voice disorders and head and neck cancer. She teaches on a number of national courses and has lectured at The British Academic Conference in Otolaryngology, The Royal Society of Medicine and the British Paediatric Otolaryngology Course.
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MB, ChB, FRCS, FRCS (orl)
Qualified in 1986 in United Kingdom
General Medical Council (GMC)
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