Thomas Ind is a consultant gynaecologist based in London. He operates a private gynaecology clinic situated on Sloane Street, Knightsbridge in addition to outreach locations in Harley Street, Wimbledon and Chelsea.
As well as his private clinical work, Mr. Ind provides his services for two well-respected London hospitals, the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust and St. George’s Hospital.
About Thomas Ind
Mr. Ind is one of the leading professional gynaecologists in both London and the UK. He is highly qualified and respected in his field, having earned many advanced certifications and had his own academic research published in multiple formats.
After studying at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, which has remained one of the leading teaching hospitals in the UK for centuries, Mr. Ind qualified in 1989 before completing further studies in both London and Sydney. He joined the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, initially as a member and later as a fellow in 1995. Mr. Ind is also a certified gynaecological oncologist.
In addition to his core qualifications, Mr. Ind specialises in both complex and single-incision laproscopic surgery, robotic surgery, and other surgical procedures which do not compromise fertility.
Specific cancer-related areas of his expertise also include radical surgical options for treating ovarian cancer, and endometrial cancer management in women with co-morbidity.
For more information about Mr. Ind’s professional background and his specialities within his field of expertise, continue reading his full profile here.
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