Mr Paul Carter is an experienced consultant gynaecologist with over 20 years' experience, based in London. also consults at several prestigious clinics in the London area. He possesses expert knowledge in the field of gynaecology and takes a specialist interest in areas such as colposcopy, vulval disorders, complex benign surgery, and oncology. He holds specialised private clinics at The Parkside Hospital and the Portland Hospital, alongside his NHS practice at St George’s Hospital.
Mr Carter commenced his medical studies at St Bartholomew’s Hospital London graduating in 1998. Following this, he undertook specialist training at St Bartholomew's, Queen Charlotte's, Royal Surrey County and Guy's Hospitals. He became a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and the Royal College of Gynaecologists in 1991 and 1992 respectively.
Mr Carter takes an active role at the forefront of gynaecology at St George’s Hospital. He currently serves as head cancer surgeon and lead clinician for colposcopy & vulval disorders at St George's Hospital. He leads a specialist clinic for vulval disorders, which offers expert treatment from a multi-disciplinary team, including a dermatologist and a genito-urinary medicine physician. His colposcopy unit sees over 4,000 women per year, and he runs a weekly clinic for suspected cancers of the lower genital tract. Having trained as a cancer surgeon, he is also skilled in taking on surgery for the more complex cases of benign disease.
Alongside the aforementioned ares, Mr Carter aids women experiencing childbirth, eptopic and high-risk pregnancy, and is skilled at performing procedures such as vulvectomy and hysterectomy.
In addition to his medical practice, Mr Carter enjoys sharing his knowledge with future gynaecologists. He currently holds a senior position at St George’s, University of London as the head of anatomical science and also lectures extensively on human anatomy. Furthermore, he offers teaching sessions at St George's Hospital Medical School Dissection Room and is an examiner for the University of London.
He is a member of several medical associations, including the British Society for Colposcopy & Cervical Pathology, the British Gynaecological Cancer Society and the British Society for the Study of Vulval Disorders.