Miss Ying Cheong
Consultant in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery
MB, BCh, BAO, MA, FRCOG
I am a sub-specialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery and Professor in Reproductive Medicine at the University of Southampton. I am the Medical Director of the Complete Fertility Centre Southampton at the Princess Anne Hospital. I specialise in reproductive surgery (laparoscopic and open), the management of a wide range of gynaecological problems including polycystic ovaries, fibroids, recurrent miscarriages and pelvic pain.
I have served as a member of the RCOG scientific advisory committee, the lead for the local clinical research network and have served as a member of the Human Fertilisation Embryology Authority 'Information for Quality' expert group. I currently sit on several clinical trials steering committees. I am also actively involved with undergraduate and postgraduate education and training.
I am active in research and have published over 80 peer review papers – I hold several nationally and internationally funded grants. I am an avid trainer in undergraduate and postgraduate education.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Miss Ying Cheong at Spire include:
Hysteroscopic surgery and treatment of fibroid laparoscopic surgery and treatment fibroid removal, endometriosis, uterine abnormalities, ovarian cyst, ultrasound Fertility preparation, investigation and testing.
Spire Southampton Hospital is only able to provide Covid-19 tests to patients undergoing surgery at our hospital. Covid-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service.
Ying’s research interest centres around understanding the biology of endometrium and endometrial associated pathology (endometriosis and adhesions); and she works closely with collaborators across disciplines in the School of Electronics and Computer Science and Nanoscience within the University of Southampton in the development of nano-therapeutics and medical biosensors.
Consultant in Reproductive Medicine, Professor in Reproductive Medicine, University of Southampton.