Dr Zahra Ameen is a Consultant Gynaecologist with over 10 years’ clinical experience working in the hospital & health care industry. Dr Ameen has a special interest in ambulatory gynaecology, acute gynaecology and early pregnancy scanning. She also has expertise in ultrasound scanning, management of general gynaecological conditions, management of miscarriage and outpatient hysteroscopy, obstetrics and medical education.
Dr Ameen graduated from Guys, Kings and St Thomas' Medical School with a BSc in Pharmacology, and Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). She consults at the Women Wellness Centre and the Surrey and Sussex NHS Trust.
Passionate about global health, Dr Ameen is an advocate for women's health education and rights, having worked with and consulted for the WHO in Geneva.
MBBS, Guys, Kings and St Thomas’ Medical School, 2004
Intercalated BSc Pharmacology, 2:1 , 2001
Membership Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists MRCOG, 2011
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