Executive Medical Director
Consultant in Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
FRCPCH FRCP (Glas),
Professor Lingam is a Russian graduate and obtained his MD with honours in 1970. He came to the UK as a refugee and worked in the NHS for over 30 years until he retired at age 60 in 2004. He has been a Consultant Paediatrician in Community Child Health in the NHS since 1989 in Redbridge, Harlow, Haringey and Great Ormond Street Hospital. He was trained in paediatric neurology and child development at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Professor Lingam is on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and he has been an Examiner of the College for 15 years. He is also a medical assessor at the Appeal Service of the Judiciary. He was appointed as a Regional Medical Appraiser by the Ministry of Judiciary and holds a District Judge status. He has been sworn. He is an expert witness specialising in developmental paediatrics – in particular, cerebral palsy, Down,s syndrome, ADHD, autism and foetal alcohol/anticonvulsant syndrome. His special interest is paediatric epilepsy, immunisation issues and tuberculosis.
Professor Lingam was Professor of Medical Education for St. Eustatius University Medical School and Dean for Europe. He is passionate about medical education – both undergraduate and postgraduate. He was on the Board of Science and also the Board of Medical Education of the British Medical Association for many years.
Professor Lingam has widely published and has authored several books. He has set up the Specialist Express Clinic and the Paediatric Chambers to provide the highest standard of expert consultant opinion in Harley Street.
In 2009 Professor Lingam was elected as the Honorary secretary of the Indian Medical Association and he is the Treasurer of the London regional Council of the British Medical Association. He is the President of the International college of Pediatrics
Lead Clinician and Director of Governance
GMC number 3047637
Main NHS base Oxford University Hospitals Trust
Mr Hikmat Naoum specialists in the management of abnormal bleeding and pelvic pains, premenstrual syndrome, menorrhagia (heavy menstrual periods), endometriosis, vaginal reconstructive surgery and management of ovarian cysts, anterior and posterior vaginal repair, laparoscopy and tubal reversal of sterilisation, hysteroscopy and endometrial ablation with NovaSure, hysterectomy and sacrospinous fixation.
Training and background
Mr Naoum qualified with a master’s degree from University College London in 1999, and became a consultant gynaecologist at the Oxford NHS Trust in 2000.
Research and teaching
He has wide experience in obstetrics and gynaecology, and has presented various topics in the speciality both in the UK and internationally.
Royal College of Gynaecologists, European Society of Gynaecology and the European Society of Reproductive Endocrinology.
Consultant physician in General Medicine and Medicine for Elderly at University College Hospital, London
Lead physician for Acute Medicine for Elderly at University College Hospital, London
MRCP (General Medicine)
MSc in Health care Management