Dr Khaleel Ismail
Specialised in ENT at the University of the Witwatersrand. He has been in private practice since 2001 and currently has rooms at the Park Lane Clinic & WITS Donald Gordan Medical Centre. He is a member of several professional organisations, including the South African Medical and Dental Council, the South African Society of Otorhinolaryngologists and the South African Medical Association. His accolades include:
- Trubshaw Medal in 1997
- The SA ORL Medal
- The WA Mcintosh Medal in 2000
- The Michael and Jannie Miller Prize in 2001
- Nominated for the Phyllis Knocker, Bradlow Prize for 2003.
MB ChB University of Witwatersrand, South Africa 1994
FCORL (SA) Colleges of Medicine, South Africa 2000
Advanced Rhiniplasty Course
Surgical foundation courses in Cochlear implants and BAHA implants
ATLS during Post Graduate training
2013 Cochlear implant and Advanced temporal bone dissection course
Dr Ashen Nanan
Dr Nanan obtained his MBChB degree from the University of Natal Medical School in 1998.He worked in the United Kingdom as a Medical Officer in 2001.He thereafter returned to South Africa to embark on Surgical training with exposure to ICU,Cardiothoracic Surgery,Trauma, Gastroenterology,Paediatric and General Surgery.He subsequently joined the ENT Department at the University of the Witwatersrand and obtained his Fellowship in the College of Otorhinolaryngologists of South Africa in 2007.He also obtained his Master of Medicine in Otorhinolaryngology from the University of Witwatersrand with a Dissertation on ‘Post Traumatic Cholesteatoma’.
Special interests include Otology and Laryngology apart from the General ENT procedures performed.
Apart from private practice,Dr Nanan is a sessional specialist in Otology at the 1 Military Hospital in Pretoria.
MBChBUniversity of Natal
FCORL Colleges of Medicine, South Africa
MMedORL University of Witwatersrand, South Africa