Adelaide ENT Specialists focuses on delivering the highest standard of care for diagnosis and management of conditions of the ear, nose, throat, head and neck. We aim to do so in a pleasant and welcoming environment, with personalised care, assisted by the latest diagnostic technology. Our surgeons manage the whole range of general adult and paediatric ENT conditions, are also subspecialty trained, and have a strong interest in research based management.
ADELAIDE ENT SPECIALISTS
Suite 8, Level 2
Memorial Medical Centre
1 Kermode Street
North Adelaide SA 5006
FOR ALL APPOINTMENTS: (08) 8239 0422
FAX: (08) 8239 0477
Dr Harshita Pant
Dr Pant completed her specialist training in 2008 and then spent a year at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre in the USA as a fellow and clinical instructor in minimally invasive skull base surgery, rhinology and allergy. She also holds a PhD in Rhinology and Immunology. Dr Pant has a specific interest in sinonasal disease, endoscopic sinus surgery and skull base surgery in both adult and paediatric patients, using minimally invasive endonasal (through the nose) approaches. Dr Pant is a staff specialist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and a senior lecturer at the University of Adelaide. She also has an active research career, has presented both nationally and internationally, and has significant publications on sinonasal inflammatory disease, including polyposis and allergic fungal sinusitis.
Dr Mark Schembri
Completing his specialist training in 2003, Dr Schembri undertook further training in the UK in Paediatric ENT and in Aesthetic and Functional Rhinoplasty. He has an interest in paediatric airway disorders and has established a complex airway clinic at the Women’s & Children’s Hospital. He is a member of the Australian Craniofacial Unit, and also holds an appointment at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, where he runs a subspecialty clinic in airway reconstructive surgery for snoring and sleep apnoea. Dr Schembri has presented both nationally and internationally on childhood ENT disorders, has convened national and international symposia on rhinoplasty surgery, and is committed to clinical research and surgical education. He is currently researching the impact of paediatric sleep disordered breathing on craniofacial growth and neurocognitive function.