Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons
Country: United Kingdom
Qualified from Middlesex Hospital Medical School, now part of University College London Hospital Medical School, London in 1978.
All his medical training was in London with higher surgical training being completed at University College London Hospital. His consultant appointment was secured in 1989.
With Rila Institute of Health Sciences and Plymouth University School of Medicine and Dentistry he has developed a cost effective and scalable model of Postgraduate Medical Education for Family Medicine. This is employed in resource strapped environments and has been utilized by UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency) to train doctors in Family Medicine in Palestine (Gaza and West Bank)
He has a Honorary Professorship at Middlesex University, London, for his extensive work on Medical Education particularly the development and delivery of several nationally accredited training programmes to develop Community Physicians with Special Interests. He is also Medical Director, Rila Institute of Health Sciences, London, an organisation with a focus on postgraduate medical education. He is Programme leader for the ENT UK accredited national and international training programme and the Certification in the Management of the Altered Airway (Tracheostomy & Laryngectomy).
Prof Dhillon also has a special interest in Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea. He is the editor of a primary care journal, Clinical Focus: Primary Care and on the editorial board of the ENT UK CPD journal, “The Otorhinolaryngologist”.