06 April 2017
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Miss Maya Basu at Spire include:
After qualification from Imperial College London, I undertook my obstetric and gynaecological training in hospitals in Kent and London. I attained membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2009, and was awarded the Prize Medal for my overall performance. Following completion of my general training, I undertook a subspecialty fellowship in urogynaecology at St. George's Hospital, London. This lead to formal subspecialty accreditation in urogynaecology from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
I have also been awarded a doctorate degree based on my research into urinary incontinence. My personal philosophy is to practice woman centred care and decision making, based on a thorough assessment of the underlying problem and on each individual woman's wishes and personal treatment goals.
I am able to offer a wide range of treatment options for both urogynaecology problems and pelvic floor dysfunction, as well as general gynaecological problems.
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International Urogynaecology Association (committee member).
British Society of Urogynaecology (committee member).
International Continence Society.
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Subspecialist in Urogynaecology.Back to top
I was born and brought up in Kent, and live with my husband in the local area. Outside of work, I have lots of interests to keep me busy, including cooking, reading and swimming. I love to travel as well and am always looking for new and interesting destinations to visit.Back to top
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