Ms Vinita Singh is a highly esteemed NHS consultant obstetrician at the Royal Free Hospital in London who also sees pregnant women privately at the renowned gynaecology clinic, ObGyn Matters. She has specialist expertise in all aspects of pregnancy and antenatal care and birth, including high risk pregnancies, diabetes in pregnancy, normal delivery, caesarean section and pregnancies with other associated medical problems.
Ms Singh qualified from her primary medical degree and specialist training in obstetrics and gynaecology in a tertiary teaching and referral centre in India, before coming to the UK in 2007. She went on to complete additional obstetrics and gynaecology training in London, gaining a wide variety of experience in leading teaching hospitals, including St George’s Hospital, University College London Hospital and King’s College Hospital. Ms Singh is a consultant since 2015. Since working at the Royal Free Hospital, Ms Singh has managed to establish joint maternal medicine, neurology and hepatology clinics and also runs the joint obstetrics medicine and joint diabetes clinic.
Ms Singh has an interest in research and has written multiple guidelines on the care of complicated pregnancies. She has wide experience working with women from diverse cultures, ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds and is keen to provide her patients with high-quality woman centred care, communication and partnership work with women. Ms Singh’s key strength are working in partnership with women to provide them holistic care whether they have low or high-risk pregnancies, in addition to tailoring her care according to individual needs and expectations, so that women remain in control and confident regarding their choice of a safe birth plan.
Ms Singh is a member of various national and international societies, including the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, the Obstetrics Cardiology Society and the International Society of Obstetrics Medicine. She also takes an active role in the supervised education and training of junior obstetric doctors. For her efforts, Ms Singh was appointed college tutor for obstetrics and gynaecology at the Royal Free Hospital and is currently an advanced training preceptor for obstetric medicine for North Central & East London.