Miss Marcellina Coker

Consultant Gynaecologist


Specialty Gynaecology

Special interests menstrual disorders, recurrent miscarriage, fibroids, urogynaecology and adolescent gynaecology


  • Biography icon plus

    Marcellina Coker was appointed Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS trust in 2003. She began her private practice in 2004. Sheis a fellow of the Royal college of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and has been a beneficiary of Leadership training in Healthcare management at Harvard Business School.

    She has a wide range of benign gynaecology practice being the leading female gynaecologist in trust. Her appraochable manner is reassuring to younger patients. As the Clinical Risk Lead for the department, Marcellina has attention to detail which reflects in her patient centered clinical practice.

    Ms Coker is a general gynaecologist with interest in menstrual disorders especially a one stop approach with pelvic scan, outpatient hysteroscopy and treatment occuring where possible on the same day . Her interest also extends to premenstrual /menopausal disorders, adolescent gynaecology, emergency gynaecology, recurrent miscarriage, laparoscopic surgery (hysterectomies, ovarian cystectomy and treatment of endometriosis), Fibroids, Endometrial Ablation, treatment of vaginal prolapse and incontinence surgery (TVT).

    Marcellina regularly performs labioplasties ( Repair of the labia) . She provides care for teenagers with menstrual problem or any gynaecological concerns.

    Marcellina has a passion for promoting female wellbeing globally,hence her role as the Vice Chair of the RCOG-NLG which works in collaboration with the RCOG as advocates and promoting womens health in developing countries. She has been on several mission trips to developing countries.

    She has an 18 year old daughter called Mimi who has chosen to be a gynaecologist too.

    Marcellina enjoy challenges and the outdoor. Her next challenge is the Kilimanjaro Trek.

  • Clinical interests icon plus

    menstrual disorders, recurrent miscarriage, fibroids, urogynaecology and adolescent gynaecology

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