Skip to content

Ms Eleni Maratos

Consultant Neurosurgeon

Year Qualified
Skull Base, Pituitary Surgery, Spine


Miss Eleni Maratos is a Consultant Neurosurgeon with a specialist interest in skull base surgery, pituitary disease and spine surgery. She is passionate about improving the experience of patients.

Miss Maratos qualified from the Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’ School of Medicine with Distinction in 2004. She has a strong scientific background, graduating from Imperial College School of Science and Technology with a degree in biochemistry, receiving a Masters with distinction in pharmacology and then being awarded a PhD in Neuropharmacology before deciding to combine these skills with a career in clinical medicine. After qualifying in medicine, she undertook her basic surgical training in Cambridge and was then ranked first in the country for a national neurosurgery training post. She trained at Atkinson Morley, St George’s and King’s College Hospital, qualifying as a neurosurgeon in 2016.

She undertook specialist training in complex spine surgery and then in skull base and pituitary surgery as a Royal College of Surgeons Fellow at King’s College Hospital. She is able to offer both endoscopic and open surgery for tumours of the skull base and pituitary region pathologies including meningiomas, adenomas, Rathke’s cleft cysts and craniopharyngiomas. Her spine practice covers degenerative diseases of the neck and back including discectomy and decompression. She also specialises in metastatic spine disease and trauma.

Miss Maratos continues to have an active interest in teaching and research. She is regularly invited to be a faculty member on national and international courses and skull base congresses.

Miss Maratos is passionate about the patient experience, inviting regular feedback from patients and colleagues. She submits all outcomes to the UK’s National Registry for Vestibular Schwannoma surgery and spine surgery. She works with a strong multidisciplinary team to offer patients the best treatment.

Related services