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Erskine Katrina

Miss Katrina Erskine

MRCOG, MRCP, MD

Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

Fixed Price Packages

About

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    Ms Katrina Erskine is a specialist in the management of large fibroids, colposcopy (management of abnormal smears and HPV disease) and vulval disease, and also sees women with general gynaecological problems. Ms Erskine is the senior obstetrician at The Homerton Hospital in East London, and specialises in “High Risk” pregnancy. She set up the Diabetic and Medical Complications in Pregnancy clinics at The Homerton. She has written antenatal care and delivery suite management guidelines that have been used in many hospitals.

    Ms Erskine holds a monthly NHS clinic with a consultant dermatologist for women with vulval problems. Gynaecologically, she has an interest in the management of fibroids, and also is an accredited teaching colposcopist (training other doctors to treat women with abnormal smears and HPV disease). Ms Erskine has had various research interests – this included an MD Thesis on Pre-Eclampsia, fetal monitoring in labour and induction of labour. She is on the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists advisory group for Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), and has written extensively on this. She has also written on a woman’s right to choose her mode of delivery.

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    • Colposcopies
    • Fibroids
    • High Risk Pregnancy

Practice locations

NHS base

Homerton University Hospital NHS Trust

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