Dr Christine Ekechi

MRCOG, MSc, BMedSci (Hons)

Consultant Gynaecologist

Specialty
  • Gynaecology
Self Pay

About

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    Dr Christine Ekechi is a Consultant in Early Pregnancy and Acute Gynaecology. Her NHS practice is concentrated at Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare Trust, within the renowned Early Pregnancy &Acute Gynaecology Unit. Christine Ekechi also practices privately at Queen Charlotte’s Hospital, Imperial Private Healthcare.

    Dr Christine Ekechi’s passion lies in the delivery of complete, sensitive and holistic care in early pregnancy; and the accessibility of excellence in early pregnancy ultrasound to all women, everywhere. For Dr Ekechi, each and every pregnancy deserves compassion and empathy - whatever the outcome. Dr Ekechi particularly specialises in the care of women in early pregnancy following fertility treatment. In addition, Dr Ekechi is a skilled hysteroscopist providing this service as an inpatient or as an outpatient for the investigation of irregular bleeding or for the removal of uterine polyps, before fertility treatment.

    Dr Ekechi graduated from the oldest established medical school in London, St Bartholomew’s and The Royal London Medical School in 2004 and completed her specialist training in obstetrics & gynaecology with one of the most prestigious training schemes at Imperial College.

    Dr Ekechi is the Lead for ultrasound training in Early Pregnancy at Queen Charlotte’s Hospital. Dr Ekechi regularly teaches and presents in the field of early pregnancy, has published a number of peer-reviewed papers and has authored a chapter on Miscarriage for an internationally recognised textbook for medical students.

    Dr Ekechi’s other interests include international health. She has completed a public health Masters at the prestigious London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine following work with the United Nations at their headquarters in New York.

Practice locations

NHS base

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

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