Miss Uloma Okwuosa
Qualifications: MBBS DFSRH MRCOG
Year first qualified: 2001
GMC number: 6099737
Main NHS base: Oxford University Hospitals NHS TrustGynaecology treatments
Miss Uloma Okwuosa specialises in benign and acute gynaecology, with particular interests in laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery, endometrial ablation, menopause and HRT. Her specialisms include the investigation and treatment of menstrual disorders, post-menopausal bleeding, pelvic pain, mild to moderate endometriosis, ovarian cysts and benign vulval problems.
Training and background
Miss Uloma Okwuosa graduated from the University of Nigeria in 2001. Following this she undertook a specialist training programme with Oxford Deanery (now known as Health Education Thames Valley). Through this she gained extensive experience by rotating through hospitals in the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire area. During this time, she undertook training with the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health and, as result, received a diploma in 2009. In November 2015 Miss Okwuosa gained the post of Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. She is the only female gynaecologist in the Banbury area.
Research and teaching
Miss Okwuosa has a keen interest in teaching and training and is currently a member of the laparoscopic simulation training group for the specialist trainees. She is also involved in regular teaching sessions and examinations for Oxford University medical students. Miss Okwuosa is a recognised educational supervisor of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and is an active member of the Oxford University Hospitals Gynaecology clinical governance committee. She is passionate about delivering safe, patient-centred care tailored to the needs of the individual.
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopists, Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health, British Menopause Society, Member of the British Menopause Society.
Read Miss Okwuosa’s article Don’t put up with period pain in our Consultants’ healthcare blog.