Obstetrics And GYNAECOLOGY
How does Obstetrics and Gynaecology serve the community?
The relationship between a gynaecologist and the community goes beyond simply treating a medical issue. With pregnancy, we work with expectant mothers for the 9-month period in terms of monitoring, checking the health of baby and mother, counselling, providing insights into different birth options, the delivery as well as after care. We also go out and promote women’s health in the community, whether that be encouraging screenings for cervical or breast cancer, and on-going medical advice.
What strengths/services do you specialise in?
My specialised training in Obgyn as well as Fetal Medicine in the UK means that i have extensive experience in high risk pregnancies, multiple pregnancies, as well as Fetal Medicine including prenatal screen, prenatal diagnosis and prenatal counselling.
What new treatments/options would you like to highlight?
We will be providing our Fetal Medicine service which will be linked to King’s college Hospital London’s centre for Fetal Medicine, under the leadership of Professor Kypros nicolaides.