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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Richard Sheridan at Spire include:
Gynaecology and/or Obstetrics:
Mr Sheridan qualified from Guy's Hospital Medical School in 1979 and proceeded to train at Southampton, at Queen Charlotte's Maternity Hospital and then as a registrar and senior registrar at Guy's and at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington. He retired from Watford General Hospital in May 2015, having spent 24 years there as a Consultant and is an examiner for the final membership examination of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
Mr Sheridan has a busy private obstetric and gynaecological practice. His private office and secretary are based at Spire Bushey Hospital, where gynaecological in-patients are admitted, and both obstetric and gynaecological out-patient appointments and early pregnancy scanning take place.
Private obstetric patients are seen by Mr Sheridan and his private midwife for most of their ante-natal visits at Spire Bushey Hospital with private delivery and post natal care at the Queen Charlotte Maternity Unit, where he is an Honorary Consultant. Mr Sheridan has lectured on incontinence, menstrual disorder and hormonal problems as far afield as China, Africa and Europe.
Honorary Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Queen Charlotte and Chelsea Hospital.Back to top
My hobbies include sport (for the most part watching these days), mainly football, cricket and rugby. I still ski, swim, play tennis and enjoy scuba diving. I have an interest in comedy and like to travel.Back to top
|Telephone||020 8901 5555|
|Private secretary||Cathie Pavid|
|Private secretary telephone||020 8421 8537|
|Private secretary email||RichardSheridanSecretaries@spirehealthcare.com|
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