He is frequently the first choice recommendation for an ENT specialist by theatre teams and hospital staff and he is widely regarded by anaesthetists as a surgeon with safe standards, good communication, effective, efficient operating and calm collected demeanour in elective and acute situations.

Anaesthetists and surgeons work in close harmony. Mr Harris only works with the anaesthetists with whom he has a close working relationship in NHS and private practice with the highest standards of care and safety. Mr Harris’s meticulous surgical technique and the skilled anaesthesia given by his anaesthetic colleagues compliment each other for a more speedy recovery .

Dr Zacharia Jose MBBS, MD, FRCA

Dr Zach JoseConsultant Anaesthetist

Dr Zacharia Jose qualified as a doctor in 1997 and has worked as anaesthetic consultant at Croydon University Hospital since 2011. He is the trust lead for paediatric anaesthesia.
Zach did his medical and anaesthetic training in India. After moving to UK he did anaesthetic training in St. George’s school of anaesthesia and completed advanced paediatric anaesthesia training at Great Ormond Street Hospital. He works in ENT, General surgery, Orthopaedics, Urology and Dental anaesthesia. His main sub speciality interest is paediatric anaesthesia and regional anaesthesia.
Zach is a keen badminton player and follows Formula1 and cricket.


Jo GlynnConsultant Anaesthetist

Jo Glynn is a consultant anaesthetist at Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Jo qualified as a doctor from St George’s Hospital Medical School in 1997 and went on to train in Anaesthesia in North West London. Her specialist interest during her training was anaesthesia for head and neck surgery, and she spent 6 months at The Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital, returning as a locum consultant for 6 months after completion of training.

She regularly anaesthetises adults and children for ENT lists, as well as providing anaesthesia for a number of other specialities. She has an interest in peri-operative medicine and is the clinical lead for Pre-Operative Assessment in the Trust.

Jo and her husband have a young son and a whippet.