Mr Andreas Papadopoulos Consultant Gynaecologist

Mr Andreas Papadopoulos

MB BS BSc MD MRCOG Book an appointment Gynaecology

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KIMS Hospital & Sevenoaks Medical Centre
Mr Andreas Papadopoulos Consultant Gynaecologist

Available at:

KIMS Hospital
Sevenoaks Medical Centre
Sevenoaks Medical Centre Outside
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Scans, tests & treatments available

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NHS Practices

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, Kent

Professional Profile

Mr Andreas Papadopoulos completed his training in the London teaching hospitals with his research and subspecialty education being at St Thomas’ Hospital, with an RCOG Scholarship to attend MD Anderson Hospital, Houston, Texas and the Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai, India.

His special interests include colposcopy, abnormal bleeding, laparoscopy, pelvic masses (including ovarian cysts and fibroids), as well as female malignancy. He holds membership to several professional bodies including: RCOG, MAS Accreditation, BSCCP. Subspecialist List (GYN.ONCOLOGY), BGCS, ESGO.

Special Interests

Colposcopy, Minimal access surgery, GynOncology
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