Prof. Jarrod Homer, Consultant ENT & Head and Neck Surgeon

Prof. Jarrod Homer

Consultant ENT & Head and Neck Surgeon

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Prof. Jarrod Homer BM BS, BMedSci, FRCS, FRCS (ORL-HNS), MD

Consultant ENT & Head and Neck Surgeon

BM BS, BMedSci, FRCS, FRCS (ORL-HNS), MD

Prof. Jarrod Homer

Consultant ENT & Head and Neck Surgeon BM BS, BMedSci, FRCS, FRCS (ORL-HNS), MD

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BM BS, BMedSci, FRCS, FRCS (ORL-HNS), MD
HCA-Healthcare-UK

Areas of expertise

  • Adult ear, nose & throat surgery
  • Facial cosmetic & reconstructive surgery
  • Head & neck surgery
  • Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA)
  • Tonsil and adenoid infections
HCA-Healthcare-UK

Address

  • HCA UK at The Wilmslow Hospital

    52-54 Alderley Road Wilmslow, London, SK9 1NY

About Prof. Jarrod Homer

GMC number: 3544172

Year qualified: 1991

Place of primary qualification: University of Nottingham

Professor Jarrod Homer is a highly experienced Consultant ENT and Head & Neck Surgeon based at the Manchester Royal Infirmary. He has been a consultant for almost 20 years, bringing a wealth of expertise to his practice. His primary focus is on thyroid problems, the assessment of neck lumps, and the diagnosis and surgery for head and neck cancers, including thyroid cancers.

Prof Homer has a keen interest in the assessment of patients with throat problems. He was one of the first surgeons in the UK to perform neck ultrasound and ultrasound-guided needle biopsy, enabling a one-stop service for patients with neck lumps. This innovative approach allows for quicker diagnosis and avoids the need for multiple appointments.

In his practice, Prof Homer sees patients with a variety of general and common ear, nose, and throat issues. These include sensations of a lump in the throat, repeated tonsil infections, nasal blockage, sinus problems, and facial pain. He leverages his extensive experience to guide patients through various treatment options, ensuring they receive the best possible care.

In addition to his work with ENT and head & neck conditions, Prof Homer is highly skilled in cosmetic rhinoplasty. He has successfully completed over 1,000 procedures, demonstrating his proficiency and dedication to patient satisfaction.

Throughout his distinguished career, Prof Homer has published over 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals and has been awarded more than £1.5 million in research grants. His contributions to the field have been recognised on a national level, underscoring his impact and leadership.

Prof Homer holds the position of Clinical Chair of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery at the Manchester Academic Health Sciences Centre, affiliated with the University of Manchester. He is also an International Authority on Head & Neck Surgery, reflecting his global influence and expertise.

Diseases, Medical Tests, and Treatments
- Thyroid surgery
- Neck and thyroid ultrasound and ultrasound-guided cytology/biopsy
- Otoplasty
- Parotid gland surgery
- Submandibular gland surgery
- Neck lumps
- Nasal blockage
- Dilatation of oesophagus and hypopharynx

Prof Homer’s commitment to advancing medical practice and his dedication to patient care make him a leading figure in his field.

Areas of expertise

  • Head and neck surgery
  • ENT surgery
  • Thyroid surgery
  • Rhinoplasty
  • Voice & swallowing disorders
  • One stop neck lump
  • Ultrasound
  • Ultrasound scanning of neck
  • Guided biopsy
  • Snoring
  • Sleep apnoea

Professional memberships

Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh
Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland
Royal College of Surgeons of England
General Medical Council

Articles by Prof. Jarrod Homer

Dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging biomarkers in head and neck cancer: potential to guide treatment? a systematic review

Relation of a hypoxia metagene derived from head and neck cancer to prognosis of multiple cancers

Voice burden in teachers and non-teachers in a uk population: a questionnaire-based survey

Molecular and cellular processes underlying the hallmarks of head and neck cancer

Pet-ct surveillance versus neck dissection in advanced head and neck cancer