By: The Wellington Team | Published: January 2, 2013
This week consultant gynaecologist Mr Gidon Lieberman, focuses on the issues of weight and fertility, looking at the results of the latest research…
By: The Wellington Team | Published: December 24, 2012
If you are a GP or a consultant needing to admit an urgent medical or surgical case, you can admit patients for a range of urgent conditions, from the common to the complex. The service offers…
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By: The Wellington Team | Published: December 18, 2012
The Platinum Medical Centre, based in Lodge Road, will only be closing for key dates such as Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, where same day GP appointments are available.
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By: The Wellington Team | Published: October 24, 2012
In our latest series consultant gynaecologist Mr Gidon Lieberman, looks at some of the latest treatment techniques, news and reserch in the ever expanding field of fertility.
Here Mr Gidon Lieberman discusses a simple and innoviative prodcedure – Endometrial Scratching, and explains how this could boost IVF success rates.
By: The Wellington Team | Published: February 17, 2012
Approximately one in six couples have difficulty achieving a pregnancy. It has been found that female factors are responsible in 30% of cases, male factors account for a further 30%, combined male and female factors account for 20% and the remaining 20% of cases are unexplained.
By: Dr Lisa Anderson | Published: February 3, 2012
Dr Lisa Anderson talks to us about screening for cervical cancer, the importance of attending screenings and those groups more at risk.
Around 900 women die of cervical cancer in the UK each year; this number could be dramatically reduced by attending for screening…..
By: The Wellington Team | Published: May 1, 2011
Welcome to our new blog. Over the coming months we’ll be publishing a range of articles, opinions, breaking news and videos from the hospital in London, about the new treatments we’re providing to our patients, the latest technologies and therapies, consultant profiles and case studies….