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Ms Shree Datta

Ms Shree Datta

MD MRCOG LLM MBBS BSc (Hons)

specialty Gynaecology

SPECIAL EXPERTISE IN Ovarian Cysts + Endometriosis + Fibroids + Colposcopy + Abnormal Smears + Menopause + Vaginal Atrophy + HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) and Bioidentical Hormones

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Ms Shree Datta is a Consultant Gynaecologist specialising in diagnosing and treating all gynaecological conditions. She manages abnormal cervical smears, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, pelvic pain, heavy periods, irregular bleeding, vulval disorders, painful intercourse, fibroids and PCOS.

Ms Datta is expert in treating menopause symptoms and carries out pelvic ultrasound scans, colposcopy, vaginal dryness/atrophy and other treatments using Mona Lisa Touch and minimal access (keyhole) surgery. She also has special expertise in vulval skin changes.

Ms Datta is well known for her ability to listen to her patient and her personable approach.

She practices privately at The Medical Chambers Kensington and in the NHS at King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, one of London's major teaching hospitals. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London.

Ms Datta leads the Vulvoscopy Service at King's College Hospital and jointly leads the undergraduate teaching programme. She qualified from Imperial College School of Medicine where she won the Arthur Macey Scholarship and the Helen Lawson Award for her research into ovarian cancer. She went on to complete her training at several renowned London teaching hospitals.

She is currently Editor of the Obstetrics and Gynaecology section of British Medical Journal, has co-authored several medical textbooks and regularly contributes to "Mother and Baby" magazine. Her work is widely published and her textbooks are used by medical students and junior doctors. Ms Datta is regularly invited to organise international training courses.

languages English + Bengali

nhs hospital

  • King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

education + posts

  • King's College London
  • Imperial College London
  • Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists 2009. Helen Lawson Award for research into ovarian cancer. Arthur Macey Scholarship for research into saphenous vein grafting
  • Derby University
  • Cardiff University
  • Brighton University
  • Imperial College School of Medicine

memberships

  • Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
  • British Medical Association
  • Medical Women's Federation

fees

  • Initial Consultation 30 minutes £250
  • Initial Consultation with scan 30 minutes £430
  • Subsequent Consultation 15 minutes  £200
  • Cancellation policy 50% of the consultation fee unless cancelled a minimum of 24 hours prior to consultation

 

You can find information on procedure and treatment fees here.

Please note that if you have a minor procedure, such as a coil insertion or a colposcopy, a clinic fee will be payable to The Medical Chambers Kensington in addition to Ms Datta's fee.

This fee varies from procedure to procedure and our Administration and Reception Team will be able to tell you the amount payable for your procedure. A pathology fee will be payable if we send a sample to a laboratory for analysis.

If you are insured by BUPA, AXA PPP or another insurance company with which we have a direct settlement agreement, we will invoice your Insurer for these clinic/pathology fees provided that you have given us your preauthorisation number.

If we do not have a direct settlement agreement with your insurer, or you are self paying, we will ask you to pay these fees at the time of your appointment.

insurance company recognition

 

AllianzAvivaCignaCigna
SimplyPRUWPA 

gender Female

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