Morris Nicholas H

Mr Nicholas H Morris

Consultant Gynaecologist

MBBS(London) FRCOG

Specialties Gynaecology

Special interests Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovaries, Menstrual Disorders, High Risk Obstetrics, pelivic pain, minimal access surgery, pschyomatic issues in gynae, PMT, menopause

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    Mr Nicholas Morris is a leading Independent Consultant Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. As an NHS Consultant in West London, he was a pioneer of Women’s Health, establishing the first African Well woman clinic to treat victims of FGM. In 2003, he and his colleagues wrote the FGM act of 2003.

    Nicholas Morris qualified from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School in 1984. He worked as a junior doctor in the major teaching in London before being awarded the WellBeing Training Fellowship.

    He subsequently was appointed a Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Cambridge University, where he started research into genetic mechanisms and high blood pressure in pregnancy.

    He was appointed an NHS Consultant in 1996 at Central Middlesex Hospital and was a Senior Clinical Research Fellow at Imperial College. He has been an active researcher, and has been awarded grants from the British Heart Foundation and the Department of Health. He is widely published and is a popular speaker on the lecture circuit. He currently runs the Consultant Lecture programme at the Portland Hospital.
    He has published over 50 scientific papers relating to obstetric care, FGM and thrombosis.

    Nicholas Morris was made a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 1991, and received the Fellowship in 2007. He is also a Member of the Expert Witnesses Institute.

    Nicholas Morris is now a fully private Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and works at The Wellington Hospital, the Portland Hospital and the Cadogan Clinic .

    Mr Morris is married to Veronica, a cosmetic dentist, and they have 2 children.

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    Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovaries, Menstrual Disorders, High Risk Obstetrics, pelivic pain, minimal access surgery, pschyomatic issues in gynae, PMT, menopause

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