Loannis Ntanos (pronounced Danos) is one of the UK’s leading gender affirmation surgeons, specialising in top surgery for trans masculine and non-binary individuals.
Mr Ntanos’ passion for ethics and how they relate to healthcare led him to obtain a degree in Ethics and the Law from the University of Manchester in 2011. While at North Manchester General Hospital (NMGH) Mr Ntanos began specialising in top surgery for trans masculine and non-binary individuals and in 2019 he became the lead for gender affirmation surgery, a role he held until his resignation in September 2023.
During his time working as a specialist in this area, Mr Ntanos’ has performed more than 600 cases of top surgery. In 2019 he was named doctor of the year at NMGH and in 2020, he was appointed as chair of its clinical ethics committee.
Specialising in top surgery for the trans and non- binary community has seen Mr Ntanos combine his dual passions of ethics and healthcare and he has since gone on to complete his MBA studies, with a thesis focusing on improving trans surgery and top surgery provision in the UK.
Mr Ntanos has a number of professional affiliations including: membership of WPATH (World Professional Association for Transgender Health), BAGIS (British Association of Gender Identity Specialists), AoME (Academy of Medical Educators) IME (Institute of Medical Ethics) and CMI (Chartered Management Institute).
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