Dr Omi (Omendra) Narayan is a private Consultant Paediatrician in Manchester. His NHS practice is based at at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, where he works as a Respiratory Paediatrician (Paediatric Pulmonologist). He is also an Associate Dean and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Manchester Medical School, University of Manchester. He works as a Private Consultant Paediatrician (Children's doctor) at Spire Manchester and BMI Alexandra hospital, Cheadle and also serving Cheshire and Liverpool area.
Dr Narayan works in one of the UK’s premier paediatric respiratory units, situated within one of the largest UK postgraduate specialist research centres in Manchester. He leads the bronchoscopy, sleep and non-invasive ventilation and oxygen services at the children’s hospital. He qualified in 2002 and did his Paediatric specialist rotation in London including Evelina Children’s and Great Ormond Street Hospital. He did his subspecialty training in Paediatric Respiratory medicine at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, before joining Manchester Children’s as a Consultant.
He specialises in all aspects of paediatric respiratory medicine – namely any condition that affects a child’s lungs and airways (breathing tubes /windpipe). This may manifest in a number of ways, most commonly noisy breathing (wheeze, croup), persistent and recurrent cough, difficult asthma, breathlessness or difficulty in breathing, recurrent chest infections, and allergy related disorders.
He is actively engaged in research and training and has widely published journals in peer reviewed journals. He has presented in many national and international conferences. He is the RCPCH College tutor for his NHS Trust and the Quality Advisor on RCPCH CSAC that delivers the national training in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine in UK.
He is married and has two young children who keep him busy. In his free time he likes running and does landscape photography.
RCPCH (Tutor & CSAC Quality Advisor)
ERS & BTS
BPSA (executive committee)