Dr .Nur Ozyilmaz
Medical Director Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Medical Director I NUMA
Integrative Health Consultant / Paediatrician
Certified Medical Appraiser
Dr Nur Ozyilmaz is experienced, the UK trained, integrative health consultant who has worked in some of the most renowned London hospitals, including Kings College Hospital, Great Ormond Street, and St Thomas’ Hospital.
During her training, she obtained a wide range of experience in a number of distinct specialities, including Adult Emergency Medicine, Neonatal Intensive Care and the following Paediatric Specialities - Oncology, Liver Medicine, Renal Medicine and Bone Marrow Transplant. She treated critically ill patients, including children with organ failure, requiring pre-and post-transplant care. After qualifying as a paediatric consultant in 2011, she gained further experience in Paediatric Nephrology, seeing children with acute and chronic kidney diseases.
From 2014, she started to develop her expertise in multiple areas in integrative and holistic medicine, attending international courses and conferences in Hyperbaric Oxygen, Acupuncture, Nutrition and Functional Medicine. In 2019, she completed an intensive course in Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation at Harvard University. In 2020, she completed studies in Hyperbaric Oxygen Medicine accredited by the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society. She has also completed the Nutritional Science Course by Stanford University School of Medicine.
Dr Nur had her specialist training in conventional medicine and additional expertise in integrative medicine. And is uniquely qualified to deliver a multi-disciplinary approach to her patients, adopting the best practices of both worlds.
She holds a full registration and license to practice with the General Medical Council (GMC) the UK and is on the specialist register. Dr Nur has medico-legal expertise and is also a certified medical appraiser. She is also the founding director of NUMA, a centre offering Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy run by a highly qualified medical team, using specialised hyperbaric oxygen chambers.