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Last updated: 5 Jun 2020
- Reproductive medicine
- Sexual and reproductive healthcare
Dr Premila Ashok has been an established Consultant since 2003 both in the NHS and BMI Albyn Hospital. She undertook the majority of her postgraduate and specialty training in Aberdeen and the West Midlands. Dr Ashok currently chairs the Gynaecology Redesign Group for the New Women’s Hospital in NHS Grampian.
Dr Ashok offers a range of Gynaecology services which includes a one stop Gynaecology clinic at BMI Albyn Hospital where pelvic ultrasound scans are undertaken in clinic at the time of initial consultation. Her general Gynaecological practice involves treating women with menstrual disturbance, pelvic pain, fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, prolapse, incontinence, vaginal surgery, postmenopausal bleeding and menopausal problems. Her operative expertise includes Vaginal, Laparoscopic and Open surgery.
As an accredited sub-specialist in reproductive medicine and surgery, Dr Ashok also offers fertility treatment at BMI Albyn Hospital. This includes investigations and ovulation induction. Couples requiring assisted reproduction can be referred on a self-funded basis for further treatment.
Areas of interest
Menstrual disorders; Prolapse and Incontinence; ; Reproductive medicine and Surgery (Fertility); Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis; Fibroids; Ovarian cysts; Postmenopausal problems;
vaginal surgery; Minimal access surgery (Laparoscopic) and Open surgery.
Anaesthetists worked with
- Rajashekar A Kumar Fee Assured
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Gynaecologist at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen, NHS Grampian
Courses offered to GPs
Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen
- MRCOG Royal College of Obsteriscians and Gynaecologists 1995
- MD (COMMENDATION) UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN 2003
- FRCOG Royal College of Obsteriscians and Gynaecologists 2005
Reference number 4248941
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