Welcome to our New Consultants

07 August 2015

We are pleased to welcome Miss Hingorani and Mr Sah to the team here at Spire Methley Park Hospital.

Miss Jaishree Hingorani, consultant gynaecologist

Miss Hingorani did her postgraduate training from Wessex and Yorkshire Deanery. During this time she also spent one year as senior clinical fellow in Royal Free Hospital at London and completed her ultrasound diploma. 

She was appointed consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist in 2010 and has a special interest in menstrual problems, sexual problems, eg, pain and bleeding during sex, early pregnancy losses and cosmetic gynaecological surgery.

Miss Hingorani also performs laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, thermal balloon and NovaSure endometrial ablation, pelvic floor repairs and vaginal hysterectomy for prolapse.

She currently practices at Spire Methley Park Hospital on a Monday. For more information please call 01977 664228.

Mr Sunil Sah, oral and maxillofacial consultant

Mr Sah studied dentistry and medicine, and gained his MFDS in dentistry and general surgery MRCS at the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh. He completed an accredited five year programme in oral and maxillofacial surgery in Leicester, Derby, Lincoln and Nottingham with numerous international presentations. After successful completion of the intercollegiate FRCS in OMFS, he worked as a locum consultant post at John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.

He has been an NHS consultant in the UK since July 2014 and developed his areas of clinical practice in oral surgery, facial deformity surgery and trauma. He has strong education and research interests.

He currently practices at Spire Methley Park Hospital on a Wednesday. For more information please call 01977 664228.

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