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Patient age group - Children & Adults
Medical qualifications - MBBS BSc (hons) MRCOG PhD
Foreign languages - Arabic, French
Services - General gynaecology, diagnostic ultrasound, paediatric and adolescent gynaecology, recurrent miscarriage
Hospitals NHS - Imperial NHS Healthcare trust (Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital & St. Marys Hospital)
Hospitals Private - Imperial Private Health, Harley Street, New Malden Diagnostic Centre, Coyne Medical, The Cromwell Hospital
Areas of interest - Suspected gynaecological cancer, early pregnancy problems including miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy, emergency gynaecology, adolescent gynaecology and disorders of reproductive development, benign gynaecology (fibroids, endometriosis, adenomyosis, ovarian cysts, menstrual disorders, menopause) gynaecological ultrasound.
Medical PA: Linda Bannon
Phone: 0208 185 0815
Miss Maya Al-Memar is a Consultant Gynaecologist at Imperial College NHS Healthcare Trust, with specialist clinical interests in complex benign gynaecology, acute diagnostic services including early pregnancy and acute gynaecology, rapid access for suspected gynaecological cancer, and paediatric & adolescent gynaecology.
She completed her training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in North-West London including specialty training at Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. Having worked in the largest gynaecology & reproductive medicine service in London at Imperial, she has experience in managing complex patients.
Her focus is to provide the best possible individualised holistic care for women using high quality diagnostics ultrasound skills to streamline care.
She graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine with first class honours in 2007, where she also completed her PhD and is an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer. She is widely published in peer-reviewed journals. She currently has on-going research projects in the fields of early pregnancy, miscarriage, ovarian cysts and use of ultrasound to improve diagnosis of ovarian masses.
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