Mr Daniel Webster: Obstetrics and gynaecology
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Mr Daniel Webster

Obstetrics and gynaecology

 

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About me

Daniel Webster is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist based at Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Mr Webster practises privately in the Poole and Bournemouth areas.

Mr Webster qualified from University of Bristol Medical School. From there, Mr Webster completed his obstetrics and gynaecology training in the South West and Wessex regions. His main interests are helping women with period problems and pelvic pain. Mr Webster specialises in minimal access techniques including total laparoscopic hysterectomy and laparoscopic procedures for pelvic pain.

Mr Webster completed a fellowship in minimal access surgery at Norfolk and Norwich Hospital prior to commencing his consultant post at Poole Hospital NHS Trust in 2011. Mr Webster is currently the Clinical Director for maternity and gynaecology at Poole Hospital NHS Trust.

Areas of interest

Minimal access surgery; Keyhole surgery; Menstrual disorders (menorrhagia); laparoscopic hysterectomy, pelvic pain; abnormal bleeding; endometriosis; prolapse; ovarian cysts; fibroids; pain with intercourse; pelvic adhesions

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Procedures completed

  • Q1800

    Hysteroscopy (including biopsy, dilatation, +/- cauterisation, curettage and resection of polyp(s) +/- Mirena coil insertion) - (1-5)

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