Miss Evans is an experienced consultant gynaecologist with a special interest in colposcopy and early gynaecological malignancies. She qualified as a consultant in 2002 at The Royal Free Hospital, and is currently the lead for colposcopy and gynaecology cancer. Miss Evans chairs the weekly gynaecology MDT meeting is also a representative at the North London Gynaecology cancer tumour board.
Miss Evans provides a range of gynaecological services including colposcopy and abnormal smear management, management of heavy periods, post-menopausal bleeding and hysteroscopy.
Miss Evans is the clinical director for Women’s Services at the Royal Free Hospital. She is passionate about delivering high quality care to all women, ensuring they are fully informed to aid them in deciding about their management options.
In her spare time she enjoys keeping fit and spending time with her family and dog.
Ash Alam graduated from the Medical College of St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London in 1994 where he was awarded the Matthews Duncan prize in Obstetrics & Gynaecology.
He trained in obstetrics and gynaecology mainly in North and East London and he has also worked in New Zealand.
Mr Alam has been a Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist since 2006 and has a particular interest in the modern treatment and management options for heavy, irregular and painful periods and fibroids.
As a colposcopist he is also able to advise and treat women with abnormal smear tests. If a surgical solution is necessary, Mr Alam is trained in the full range of general gynaecological procedures, including keyhole (laparoscopic) surgery.
He is trained in gynaecological ultrasound and therefore for patient convenience, he is able to offer a service that includes discussion, examination, ultrasound and treatment in the same visit.
Mr Alam is keen to promote the use of newer procedures such as endometrial ablation for heavy periods as an alternative to hysterectomy. Some of the newer procedures can be carried out under local anaesthetic if a patient wishes not to undergo a general anaesthetic.
Mr Alam has an interest in vaginal pain/painful sex (dysparunia) and menopause care. Painful sex after the menopause is also an area of expertise and Mr Alam has lectured on this topic.
Outside work, Mr Alam is a keen triathlete and also enjoys ballroom & Latin dancing.
Mr Pisal has practiced gynaecology in London for over 10 years working as both a private and NHS consultant at The Whittington NHS Trust, The Portland Hospital for Women and Children, the Wellington Hospital, Highgate Private Hospital and the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth. He provides a range of gynaecological services and treatments and is recognised as a leading expert in advanced laparoscopic surgery, abnormal smear management and colposcopy and management of cancer.
Mr Pisal is recognised both nationally and internationally as an expert in management of abnormal smears and colposcopy. He has published several scientific papers in this field and has lectured worldwide on various key topics in colposcopy. Alongside the pioneering Professor Singer, Mr Pisal has taught over a thousand colposcopists through seminar and online courses.
Mr Pisal is keen to make a difference within his profession, his philosophy is to provide his patients with the best possible care at every stage of their journey, ensuring a calm and reassuring experience.
Mr Pisal is well published and currently holds a number of positions most notably being lead clinician for gynaecological women’s cancers at The Whittington Hospital and is actively involved in teaching and training medical students and doctors in training.
In his spare time Mr Pisal enjoys running and has run marathons raising money for charities, in particular The Whittington NHS Trust, Ammalife and Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust.
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Emma has worked with London Gynaecology for many years and was responsible for developing the brand identity and very first London Gynaecology website in the very beginning. Today her role extends to running the entire business and marketing of the practice, ensuring that the business operates as smoothly and efficiently as the clinical side.
Emma has 2 young children who keep her busy when she’s not at working with the team at London Gynaecology.
As the secretary to Mr Pisal, Marion makes the practice happen. Marion has worked in both private and NHS healthcare across both gynaecology and maternity for over 15 years and has an excellent understanding of how women’s healthcare works.
Marion has worked for Mr and Mrs Pisal for over 10 years and is a key member of the London Gynaecology team.
Marion is a mother of two children who keep her busy and enjoys flower arranging and taking her lovely dog Ruben for walks.
Sarah is practice secretary to Mr Pisal and Ms Flemming and is the key point of contact for all their patients. With a degree from the University of Leicester in Geography, Sarah has worked at London Gynaecology throughout her time at university.
Sarah enjoys travelling, especially visiting friends who live abroad. When not at London Gynaecology or travelling, Sarah enjoys a number of sports. Previously a keen swimmer, Sarah is currently aiming towards her first race in almost 3 years.
Aminah is the secretary to Miss Wilson and is often the first person patients speak to answering the busy phone line and responding to email enquiries. Aminah has a first class degree in Biomedical Science and has a natural interest in the medical field having undertaken roles at Royal London Hospital and Barkers Chemist.
Aminah enjoys keeping fit as well as travelling abroad and experiencing different cultures.
Abby is part of the administrative and secretarial team. Along with Aminah, she is often the first person patients speak to on the phone and over email, and also provides support to the consultants and other practice secretaries.
Abby has a degree in Ancient History from UCL, and worked at London Gynaecology as an Admin Assistant during her third year. After spending a year teaching and travelling in China, she has returned to the team as a Junior Medical Secretary.
In her spare time, Abby enjoys playing netball, baking and travelling to and exploring different countries.
Alice is a pHD student in Neuroscience at UCL and provides administrative cover in the evenings and on weekends at London Gynaecology. Alice has previous experience of working in medical administration as a clinical support worker at the RNOH where she was in a clinical and administration role.
In her spare time Alice enjoys keeping fit and active at the gym and outdoors, practising mixed martial arts and cooking.
Annie is an undergraduate medical student at UCL, studying a BSc in Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering. She works at London Gynaecology during the evenings and weekends as a part time admin assistant.
In her spare time Annie enjoys playing football for the medical school Women’s Football Club and has recently discovered a new found love for cooking which is keeping her busy.
Taniya is an undergraduate BSC Psychology student at UCL. Between lectures and labs she works at London Gynaecology as an Admin Assistant.
In her spare time, Taniya enjoys singing and dancing and frequently engages in performances for friends, family and the general public.
Sara is a medical student at UCL currently doing her iBSc in Global Health. She works evenings and weekends at the London Gynaecology as a part-time admin assistant.
In her spare time Sara enjoys baking – recently she set herself the goal of doing at least one bake a week. She also enjoys travelling and photography.
Florence is a 3rd year English student at UCL and works with London Gynaecology one day a week as a marketing assistant, helping with social media, newsletters and blog posts.
In her spare time she enjoys travelling, going swimming, and visiting art galleries, the theatre and the cinema.