31 January 2018
Join us for our free Cosmetic Surgery event on Wednesday 31 January.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Miss Medha Sule at Spire include:
Adolescent gynaecology Endometriosis Hysteroscopy Infertility Menopause Menorrhagia Menstrual Disorders Miscarriage Post natal depression Prolapse Reproductive health Subfertility
Miss Sule's main area of expertise include general gynaecology and menorrhagia. She has wide experience in outpatients hysteroscopy and endometrial ablation procedures which can avoid hysterectomy. Her area of working includes surgical management of prolapse. She performs a wide range of gynaecological surgeries including laparoscopic (key hole) and hysteroscopic procedures.
She has interests in medical teaching and has been a Senior Lecturer at UCL for medicine. She trains post graduate trainees at Royal College Courses and regional skills/ultrasound courses. She is an instructor for managing obstetric emergencies and trauma.
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Fellow Royal Australasian and NZ College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Member Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
General Medical Council
Fetal Medicine Foundation
Consultant Gynaecologist and Obstetrician, Norfolk and Norwich University NHS TrustBack to top
Miss Sule primarily trained in India for her basic medical degree (MBBS) and post graduate training and qualifications (MD, DNB, FCPS) in gynaecology and obstetrics. After working as a lecturer/consultant at one of the leading medical colleges in Mumbai, she further trained in the UK and Australasia. She achieved expertise in laparoscopic, hysteroscopic procedures and gained experience in ultrasound scanning. She acquired FRANCOG and MRCOG. She has worked at Addenbrookes Hospital and Ipswich Hospital as a consultant since 2003 before moving to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital in December 2008.Back to top
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