Mr Angus McIndoe is one of the UK's leading consultant gynaecologists based in London. After qualifying in New Zealand in 1980, he moved to England where he began working at the Whittington Hospital, gaining invaluable experience in surgical training. In 1986 he started training in colposcopy, and is now one of the field's most respected practitioners. He is a leading specialist in gynaecological oncology, treating cancers in the female reproductive organs, including endometrial, ovarian, vulval, cervical, and fallopian tube cancers.
Working in some of London's most prestigious hospitals and clinics, including the Wellington Hospital and the Hammersmith Hospital, has gained him a formidable reputation amongst his peers. He is particularly noted for his meticulously honed skill when performing complex pelvic surgery. His use of cutting-edge robotic surgical techniques in the treatment of benign and malignant tumours puts him at the forefront of obstetrics and gynaecology.
Always looking for new and innovative ways to improve treatments and surgical techniques, his research has included molecular immunology of HPV, and imaging in gynaecological oncology. Lately he has been investigating the healing of caesarian section scars. As well as giving lectures and training surgeons across Europe, he has also published extensively. He aims to give his patients the best service possible, keeping them informed and supporting them through each step of the way.