A/Professor Narinder Singh

Suite G6, Norwest Private Hospital, 9-11 Norbrik Drive, Bella Vista 2153

ENT Surgery & Paediatric Services

Nose and sinus surgery, snoring and OSA, rhinoplasty, children’s ENT (tonsils, adenoids, grommets)

A/Professor (Dr) Singh is an ENT Surgeon and Sydney’s Nose and Sinus specialist.
Dr Singh treats ADULTS and CHILDREN.

Specialising in:

• Blocked Nose
• Sinus Problems
• Snoring and OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnoea)
• Nasal Polyps
• Rhinoplasty (Nose Re-shaping)
• Snoring and OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnoea)
• Children’s ENT (Tonsils, Adenoids, Turbinates, Grommets, Blocked nose, Snoring)
• Anterior Skull Base surgery
• Endoscopic (keyhole) surgery for tumours of the nose, sinuses, and anterior skull base

Dr Singh is:

• Head of the ENT Department, Westmead Hospital
• Head of the ENT Department, Lakeview Private Hospital
• Clinical Associate Professor, University of Sydney


• MBBS (Medical degree) – The University of Sydney, Australia
• MS (Master of Surgery) – The University of Sydney, Australia
• Student Electives – Yale University, Connecticut, USA and McGill University, Montreal, Canada
• Internship and Basic Surgical Training – Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney
• FRACS – Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons in Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery (ENT)
• Nose and Sinus Fellowship (3 years) – Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, London, England and King’s College, London, England


Dr Singh grew up on his family’s farm near Griffith in country NSW. He attended his local country high school and was awarded the Premier’s Medal for the Higher School Certificate. Dr Singh and his family have lived in The Hills District for nearly 20 years.

Research Awards

Dr Singh has been awarded the degree of “Master of Surgery” by The University of Sydney, with laboratory experiments undertaken at King’s College, London, UK.
His research was funded by the UK Government (Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust), along with three separate research grants:

• The Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Foundation Trust Grant-In-Aid
• The University of Sydney John B Moore Memorial Scholarship
• The University of Sydney Vernon Barling Memorial Fellowship

Dr Singh’s research is currently being funded by a major 3-year conjoint grant from The Garnett Passe and Rodney William’s Memorial Foundation.

Dr Singh is currently the Principal Investigator at Westmead Hospital/ University of Sydney for a major international multi-centre trial of a new drug for nasal polyps, in conjunction with the pharmaceutical company, GSK (Clinical trial register).

Dr Singh was the convener for the First World Congress of the Society for Computational Fluid Synamics of the Nose and Airway (SCONA 2018) in London, UK.

Dr Singh was the convener for the First Australian Congress of the Society for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Medicine, Surgery and Healthcare (AMSAH 2019) in Sydney, Australia.

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