Mr Haitham Hamoda is a Consultant Gynaecologist and Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at King’s College Hospital, London. Mr Hamoda is the clinical lead for the menopause and premature ovarian failure service at King’s College Hospital. His additional clinical interests consist of infertility, assisted reproduction, polycystic ovarian syndrome, gynae endocrinology, management of fibroids and endometriosis, gynaecological scanning and miscarriage.
He qualified in 1994 and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. He was awarded the degree of Doctor of Medicine (MD) from the University of Aberdeen in. He is accredited as a subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery after completion of the subspecialty training programme at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital.
In addition, Mr Hamoda has published widely in his specialised field and is actively involved in ongoing research projects both locally and nationally and teaches at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
Menopause, premature ovarian insufficiency, premenstrual syndrome
Gynaecological ultrasound scanning
Gynaecological endocrinology including Polycystic ovarian syndrome, amenorrhoea
Minimal access and open gynaecological surgery
Infertility and assisted reproduction
Menopause and premature ovarian failure, premenstrual syndrome
Gynaecological ultrasound scanning, contrast sonography for tubal patency and 3D scanning
Fibroid surgery and management of endometriosis
General gynaecology and menstrual disorders
Gynaecological endocrinology including polycystic ovarian syndrome and amenorrhoea Qualifications
MB ChB University of Baghdad 1994
MD University of Aberdeen 2007
Specialist Register entry date
Obstetrics and gynaecology (Reproductive Medicine) From 08 Feb 2011
Member of the Medical Advisory Council for the British Menopause Society
British Fertility Society
European Society of Human Reproduction
Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare
British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy