Ear Nose and Throat
Dr Sean Flanagan is a dual fellowship trained ENT surgeon (otolaryngology, head and neck surgery), sub-specialising in diseases of the ear, tumours of the skull base and in surgical correction of hearing loss including cochlear implantion and bone anchored hearing aids, in children and adults. He is equally comfortable in the management of general adult and paediatric ENT disorders.
He is currently a VMO at St Vincent’s Public and Private Hospitals as a member of the ENT, otology and skull base surgery department, and is a conjoint lecturer at the University of New South Wales. He also has a public appointment at Sutherland and St George Hospitals, which allows the management of all cases in both the public and private medical systems.
He is actively involved in training both local ENT registrars and international visiting fellows. He presents regularly to the public, patient groups, GPs and ENT trainees, as well as to local and international conferences, and coordinates clinical research into the management of vestibular schwannomas and outcomes in hearing loss and cochlear implantation.