21 May 2019
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Naomi Crouch at Spire include:
I have been a Consultant Gynaecologist for seven years, and see women of all ages. In addition I have undertaken specialist training for children and adolescents with gynaecological problems. I am the current chair of the British Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology.
I am also a trained colposcopist and a member of the BSCCP and can see and treat women with smear abnormalities.
I specialise in period problems, pelvic pain, vulval conditions, hysteroscopy procedures, laparoscopic surgery, hysterectomy, and coil fittings. I perform ultrasound scans, where indicated, at the time of the initial consultation and work with my patients to plan their care.
I also have specialist training in diagnosing and treating an array of gynaecological conditions such as double vagina or uterus (Mullerian anomaly), absent periods, or genetic conditions.
I perform laparoscopy procedures, hysteroscopy and hysteroscopic surgery, and hysterectomies both in the NHS and in private practice.
I am the lead for Gynaecology at St Michael's Hospital, Bristol.
Gynaecology and/or obstetrics
MB BS / University College London / 1997
BAchelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
Chair of the British Society for PAediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology
Clinical Lead for Gynaecology at St Michael's Hospital, Bristol
Consultant Gynaecologist, St Michael’s Hospital
Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of BristolBack to top
I enjoy spending time with my two daughters, walking along costal paths, and skiing in Europe.Back to top
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