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She joined the Fairlands practice, part-time, in and also works as a locum. Dr Robin Warshafsky qualified at the University of Toronto in He emigrated from Canada to the UK with his English wife and two children about ten years ago. He has worked in a number of practices in East Sussex and is now a medical director for a large not-for-profit out of hours service. He likes travel, drawing and long walks over footpaths to pubs. Dr Ellie Watson qualified from the University of Birmingham in Dr Ellen Welch graduated from the University of Liverpool in and initially underwent training in emergency medicine.
She has worked in a variety of roles all over the world, including as as ski field doctor in New Zealand, an expedition medic in Tanzania, and a doctor at the Glastonbury Festival. She has worked as a cruise ship doctor since , and spends half the year working at sea, when she is not based at Brook Green Medical Centre in Hammersmith.
She completed fiplomas in tropical medicine, sexual health and contraception and is a keen writer. He undertook postgraduate training at the Imperial Healthcare Trust. He has many research publications and is a member of the RCOG menstrual disorder study group. Dr Fiona Bach qualified in from The University of Leeds and completed most of her specialist obstetric and gynaecology training in Yorkshire. She has published two obstetrics and gynaecology books for medical students.
After gaining Membership to the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology she worked as a clinical fellow in acute gynaecology and early pregnancy at St George's Hospital, London. She then volunteered at a hospital in Northern Ethiopia for six months. She is currently completing her training as a Senior Registrar in London where she will be specialising in urogynaecology and labour ward management.
He trained in some of the best teaching hospitals in and around London before sub-specializing in gynae-oncology surgery at the Hammersmith Hospital. He has published extensively in his field and has lectured internationally on various subjects relating to women's health. Mr Chatterjee is an avid supporter of education and his primary research interest is in translational research. He has published on clinical interventions improving patient outcomes from gynaecological pathologies.
He sat on the Council of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, and is also part of the team involved in research in Human Uterine transplants in the UK. Yasser has a special interest in early pregnancy problems including recurrent miscarriage, acute gynaecology, reproductive health problems including pelvic pain, abnormal uterine bleeding, and many other aspects of gynaecology. He has completed advanced training in laparoscopic surgery, hysteroscopic surgery ad gynaecological ultrasound. Yasser has wide experience in vaginal and pelvic floor surgery, including surgery for urinary incontinence.
After starting her training in north-east London, she moved to Surrey in She completed her basic surgical training and moved to the Royal Surrey County Hospital, where she was especially interested in high risk obstetric care and operative gynaecology. Georgina was appointed as a consultant at Portsmouth Hospital in She trained in obstetrics and gynaecology at a number of hospitals in the UK until she was appointed as a Trust doctor at the Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford in She is now a specialist in obstetrics and gynaecology.
She lives in Surrey with her husband and two children. Obstetrician and Gynaecologist GMC: Dr Haider Jan qualified in medicine from St. George's Medical School in He completed his training in obstetrics and gynaecology in He has specialized in gynaecological ultrasound and minimally invasive surgery.
Dr Negus made his decision to follow a career in medicine after a previous life in hospitality, where he ran cocktail bars and restaurants around the world. He left his own restaurant, Ishca, in the hands of his partners in to try and gain entry to medical school. After graduating from Southampton Medical School in , he has subsequently progressed through the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Specialist Training Programme in the Wessex deanery. She is currently a Senior Registrar on the London and Surrey rotation.
Sian has a special interest in maternal and fetal medicine and recently spent 12 months at St George's Hospital, Tooting, where she developed her fetal scanning skills. She was appointed a consultant at Kingston Hospital in Following a move north in she worked as a consultant at Bolton Hospital and Stepping Hill Hospital before taking a career break, living in Italy and spending time with her young family.
She has now returned to practice in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She spent three years as a fellow at The University of Toronto.
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This complemented her training in obstetrics and gynaecology. She is interested in general gynaecological problems including pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding, early pregnancy problems, prolapses and benign cervical and vulva conditions. She is a registered colposcopist with the British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology BSCCP and is currently clinical lead for benign vulva conditions at the Royal Surrey County Hospital where she was appointed as a consultant in She always takes time to listen and work with patients to deal with their concerns.
Her specialty training in obstetrics and gynaecology has been in and around London and Surrey. Dr Balvinder Sagoo qualified from the University of Leeds in She has trained across the UK and is currently working at Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital as a senior registrar in obstetrics and gynaecology.
Her major sub-specialties are early pregnancy care with an interest in hyperemesis and acute gynaecology, antenatal care with an interest in obesity in pregnancy and intrapartum care. Besides clinical care she has been involved in quality improvement of services offered in the NHS and education of patients on how to better manage their health. Thomas' School of Medicine in London in Professor Ayliffe qualified in Medicine in St. In addition to general ophthalmology, Prof Ayliffe has developed a local and tertiary referral service for cornea, uveitis and inflammatory eye disease.
Professor Ayliffe was the recent Gresham Professor of Physic at Gresham College in London, and he lectures widely on antibiotic resistance and prevention of blindness. In she was diagnosed with breast cancer herself, undergoing chemotherapy, a mastectomy and reconstruction and radiotherapy. She blogs as Mrs Liz Riordan about her experiences as a doctor and patient, and has spoken at several national and international conferences about her journey. Mr Davies is an experienced general urological surgeon, appointed consultant in Guildford 20 years ago. He also trained in children's urology at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
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John co-founded the Prostate Project Charity in Away from medicine he enjoys motor racing, classic car renovation and motorcycles. He gained accreditation as consultant anaesthetist and pain specialist in Dr Dow practices multidisciplinary pain management treating all forms of acute and chronic pain. Dr Heck completed his undergraduate training in medicine at Cambridge University in and later graduated from clinical school at Oxford University in Dr Heck undertook his specialist training in cardiology in Cambridge before completing a period of post-graduate clinical research for he was awarded a Doctor of Medicine DM from Oxford University in He then completed an month Electrophysiology Fellowship at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Australia, one of the world's leading centres in cardiac electrophysiology and currently works as a Consultant Cardiologist at Papworth Hospital.
Dr Hordern qualified in from Guy's and St Thomas' medical school.
She did her specialist training throughout the hospitals of the South East and eventually spent two years in Guildford researching the metabolic effects of a new insulin using stable isotope techniques. After completing her specialist training in , she settled at the Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford as a consultant physician.
Jonathan Hughes qualified from the University of Bristol in His post-graduate training was in London, including posts at St. He has completed two-years of molecular oncology research at Barts Cancer Institute, culminating with the award of PhD in Dr Knight completed his undergraduate medical training at The University of Birmingham in and has been a member of the Royal College of Physicians since He began his specialist training in neurology at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery while undertaking clinical research in cognitive neuroscience at UCL Institute of Neurology.
He is now a consultant respiratory physician at the University Hospital Southampton where he has worked for 16 years and leads sub-specialist services in tuberculosis and interstitial lung diseases. He collaborates with scientists at the University of Southampton Faculty of Medicine the National Institute of Health Science respiratory biomedical research unit NIHR BRU on a number of projects and themes trying to identify the underlying pathophysiological mechanisms responsible for causing progressive lung damage.
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Following six years of specialist training in infectious diseases in London he spent seven years in Peru leading research on tuberculosis. She has been a consultant in Guildford since ; she writes medical textbooks and also works for the Royal College of Surgeons as an Examiner of surgeons in training. Guy is now a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at the Royal Surrey County Hospital.
His special interests include spinal surgery and trauma. Mr Shaun Preston qualified from the University of Leeds in In addition to his basic medical studies he performed a degree BSc in Biochemistry, a higher degree MD in gastrointestinal cancer and was Lecturer in Surgery for three years. In he was appointed to a lead consultant post in Guildford where he continues to run a tertiary unit specialising in oesophageal gullet and gastric stomach disorders.
He also specialises in laparoscopic keyhole surgery for groin hernias, gallstones and reflux hiatus hernias. He is married with two children. He has been a consultant general paediatrician caring for children from premature birth up to school leaving since and specializes in the care of children with hormone difficulties and cancer. Dr Alex Stewart went to medical school at Southampton University, then worked on primary prevention of breast cancer at Royal Marsden Hospital before commencing specialist registrar training at Charing Cross and the Hammersmith Hospitals.
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