Imperial Private Healthcare is proud to be supporting the inaugural Private Pregnancy Show, taking place at the Royal Institution, London, in May 2016.

The event will bring together members of the public and leading private obstetricians, gynaecologists, fertility consultants and midwives to answer questions about all aspects of having a private birth, including women’s health, fertility, delivery and antenatal care.

Representatives from both The Lindo Wing of St Mary’s and Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital will be available throughout the duration of the event to answer any questions about private care in our hospitals.

Three leading consultants from Imperial Private Healthcare will also be presenting seminars over the two day event:

Miss Bryony Jones
“The Benefits of Going Private for Pregnancy and Childbirth” – Saturday 21 May, 10:00

Miss Jones is a consultant obstetrician and specialist in maternal and fetal medicine. She practises privately for Imperial Private Healthcare at Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital, and at The Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital. Miss Jones is a specialist in pregnancy ultrasound and in performing amniocentesis and CVS if needed.

Miss Johanna Bray
“Pain Relief in Labour” – Saturday 21 May, 15:00
Miss Bray is a research fellow in obstetric anaesthesia and was appointed as consultant anaesthetist with special interests in obstetric anaesthesia at Imperial College NHS Trust in 2005. She is a founder member of Lindo Anaesthesia, focusing on the delivery of specialist obstetric anaesthetic care from booking to 6 weeks following delivery. Other special interests include obstetric simulation team training, anaesthesia for robotic surgery and major trauma.

Mr Tom Setchell
“The Family Centred Approach to Caesareans” – Sunday 22 May, 10:00

Mr Setchell is a consultant in obstetrics and gynaecology. In his obstetric practice he cares for women throughout each trimester of pregnancy, in labour and during the postnatal period, with an emphasis on patient choice and maternal and foetal wellbeing. Within his gynaecology practice, his special interests include the management of fibroids and endometriosis, menstrual problems, pelvic pain, ovarian cysts and fertility problems.
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