COVID - 19- update
We are now able to offer a full range of outpatient services, telephone consultations and surgery
For an appointment please call: 01494 267067 or email:
Mr Ali Qureishi is a Consultant Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT) and Rhinoplasty Surgeon working in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
His private practice is based at the Manor Hospital in Oxford, Foscote Hospital in Banbury and NHS practise is at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford and Stoke Mandeville Hospital, in Buckinghamshire.
He provides a tertiary service for patients with complex nose, sinus and skull base diseases.
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"This has been such a reassuring , exceptionally professional and caring experience and I consider my self truly fortunate to have Mr Qureishi as my Doctor for this treatment. There are no words that can explain how much this procedure meant for me and I am grateful beyond words to Mr Qureishi for his time , understanding and exceptional specialist skills" (Rhinoplasty Patient Oct 2020)
"As someone who has a variety of chronic illnesses, and has met numerous consultants for advice and treatment over the years, I can honestly say that my 30 minutes of private consultation with Mr Qureishi yesterday were amongst the best I've ever experienced. He was friendly and welcoming, but wasted no time with unnecessary chat, managing to combine professionalism, efficiency and a caring attitude whilst performing several tests and checking my medical details on the computer. All this in an unhurried but competent manner. He listened carefully and took notes during the interview about my current symptons, and at the end of the consultation clearly explained the possible diagnoses in a manner that revealed his extensive knowledge. Moreover, he proposed further treatment via my GP, so that I could remain an NHS patient rather than a private patient. This was kind and perceptive of him. Even more impressive was that during my journey home, I received an emailed copy of his excellent two-page report of the consultation addressed to my GP. I have to add that his secretary, Bouchra Mamoun, appears equally efficient and friendly. I hope that during my future treatment at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Mr Qureishi will be involved. Finally, you ask for suggestions for improvements? I find that an irrelevant question" (Sept 2020)