Mr Vijendren qualified from the University of Southampton and undertook his foundation training in Basingstoke, where he first developed an interest for ENT disorders. He was then recruited into postgraduate surgical and ENT training within the East of England after ranking amongst the top nationally. Since then, he has been privileged to work in renowned centres under the guidance of experts within the field. He was awarded the internationally prestigious Otology and Hearing Implant fellowship at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, where he gained further experience in complex ear, hearing reconstruction and cochlear implantation surgery before joining the East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust in 2019. He is one of the few trainees in the country to have gained all competencies and completed his training 6 months ahead of schedule.
Mr Vijendren has a busy NHS practice where he sees and treats general ENT conditions as well as a variety of ear presentations including tympanic membrane perforations, cholesteatoma, hearing loss and balance disorders. He frequently undertakes tympanomastoid, middle ear and hearing reconstructive surgeries amongst other operations. He is also a core member of the regional Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire head and neck cancer multidisciplinary team where he works closely with expert colleagues to treat patients with benign and cancerous head and neck lumps.
Mr Vijendren is often described as organised, efficient and a compassionate communicator. He firmly believes in practising evidence-based medicine, personalising it for every individual patient to deliver the best quality of care with the utmost respect for patient choice and satisfaction.
Mr Vijendren is a member of the following professional bodies