Information and links to clinics that treat smell and taste and sinonasal disorders
James Paget University Hospital, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth, NR31 6LA. Tel: 01493 452832
An NHS clinic specialising in smell and taste disorders, run by Consultant ENT Surgeon Mr Carl Philpott. Mr Philpott is an invited speaker and published author in both the research and management of olfactory disorders: http://www.uea.ac.u
If you wish to visit the clinic then please ask your GP for a referral.
The Sinus Clinic at Royal Surrey County Hospital
The Royal Surrey County Hospital, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XX. Tel: 01483 571122 (hospital switchboard)
The Sinus Clinic is run by Mr San Sunkaraneni, an ENT Consultant Surgeon with a particular interest in diseases of the nose and sinuses. Mr Sunkaraneni has experience of diagnosing and treating anosmia sufferers and has seen numerous Fifth Sense members at his clinic. If you wish to visit the clinic then please ask your GP for a referral.
Rhinology Clinic at Freeman Hospital
Freeman Hospital, High Heaton, Newcastle, NE7 7DN. Tel: 0191 2137635
The Rhinology Clinic is run by Mr Sean Carrie, ENT Consultant Surgeon. Mr Carrie has a particular interest in disorders of the nose, sinuses and sense of smell. He sees many patients with these types of disorder and has published book chapters and scientific papers on this subject. If you wish to visit the clinic then please ask your GP for a referral.
The Smell and Taste Clinic at Birmingham Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Queen Elizabeth Medical Centre, Birmingham B15 2TH
0121 627 2000
The Smell and Taste Clinic at Birmingham Queen Elizabeth opened in June 2013 and is run by ENT Consultant Surgeon Lisha McClelland. If you wish to visit the clinic then please ask your GP for a referral.
Rhinology Clinic at Guys Hospital, London
Guys Hospital, London, SE1 9RT
Claire Hopkins is a Consultant ENT Surgeon with a specialist interest in nose, sinus and anterior skull base conditions, with experience in diagnosing and treating patients with anosmia. She is an author of UK and International Guideline on the management of Rhinosinusitis. If you wish to be seen, please ask your GP to refer you to her directly.
St Paul’s Sinus Centre
St Paul’s Hospital Foundation, 178 – 1081 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC V6Z 1Y6. Phone: (for residents of Metro Vancouver): 604-682-8206 Phone (toll-free number for residents of rest of BC): 1-800-720-2983
Dr Amin Javer is a highly respected surgeon who has a great deal of experience in treating patients with sinus problems and undertakes a great deal of research in this field.
University of Dresden Medical School, Fetscherstrasse 74, 01307 Dresden, Germany. Tel: +49-351-458-4189
The University of Dresden’s Smell and Taste Clinic has been running since 1998, and has been led for much of that time by Prof. Thomas Hummel, who is highly regarded in his field and continues to undertake much research into anosmia.
Aristotle University, Papageorgiou Hospital, Efkarpia Ring Road, Thessaloniki, Greece Tel: 0030 2313323523
The Smell and Taste Clinic of Aristotle University in Thessaloniki is the only official such clinic within the Greek Health Service.
The clinic has been run since 2007 by Dr Iordanis Konstantinidis and has treated over 600 patients from all over Greece. It is also currently the only centre for medicolegal cases such as post-traumatic anosmia brought on by a car accident, where a court may require subjective analysis of a patient’s smell loss.
Contact the clinic on the number above or email Dr Konstantinidis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Smell and Taste Clinic
Hospital ABC Campus Santa Fe, consultorio 154, Tels 1664 7078 y 1664 7079, email email@example.com
The clinic was founded in 2009 by otorhinolaryngologist Dr. Salomón Waizel. Contact the clinic using the telephone number above or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org