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Mr Barry Auld

Consultant Gynaecologist
MB BChir FRCOG

Practising at

Spire Sussex Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Barry Auld at Spire include:

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Professional profile

Mr Auld qualified from Cambridge and St Thomas' Hospital followed by training at St George's, The Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford and Guy's Hospital.

His special interests include colposcopy, minimal access surgery and female incontinence and prolapse surgery.

Mr Auld's special interests include colposcopy, minimal access surgery and female incontinence and prolapse surgery.


Clinical Interests

Colposcopy
Hysteroscopy
Laparoscopic surgery
Menopause
Menorrhagia
Menstrual disorders
Prolapse
Urogynaecology

Colposcopy, female incontinence and vaginal prolapse surgery.

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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

Fellow of Royal College of Gynaecologists
British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy
British Society of Colposcopy and Cytological Pathology
British Society of Urogynaecology International

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Current NHS posts

Consultant in Gynaecology, Conquest Hospital, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

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Private contact details

Private secretary Mandy
Private secretary telephone 01424 757 414
Private secretary fax 01424 757 453

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