Consultant Obstetrician

and Gynaecologist

Mr Ian Chilcott (MBBS MRCOG)

Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

Mr Ian Chilcott (MBBS MRCOG)

About Ian Chilcott

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Ian Chilcott is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at The Hillingdon Hospital NHS Trust. His private practice is based at The Portland Hospital in central London.

As well as providing care throughout pregnancy, delivery, and the postnatal period to women with both straightforward and complicated pregnancies, Mr Chilcott treats women with a wide variety of gynaecological problems. He has a special interest and specialised skills in keyhole surgery, and is an expert at performing such procedures as endometrial resection and laparoscopic hysterectomy.

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Pregnancy care

Whether your pregnancy progresses normally or becomes high risk, Mr Chilcott has extensive experience and knowledge to enable outstanding care for you and your baby.

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Hysterectomy treatment

A hysterectomy is carried out using keyhole or laparoscopic surgery, incisions are made in the abdomen to access and detach the uterus and sometimes the fallopian tubes & ovaries.

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Endometriosis treatment

Endometriosis occurs when cells similar to those lining the womb are found at sites outside the womb, commonly behind the womb or on the ovaries.

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Other patient information

This is a link to useful information published by the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists

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Endometriosis treatment

Endometriosis occurs when cells similar to those lining the womb are found at sites outside the womb, commonly behind the womb or on the ovaries.

pregnancy-care

Pregnancy care

Whether your pregnancy progresses normally or becomes high risk, Mr Chilcott has extensive experience and knowledge to enable outstanding care for you and your baby.

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Hysterectomy treatment

A hysterectomy is carried out using keyhole or laparoscopic surgery, incisions are made in the abdomen to access and detach the uterus and sometimes the fallopian tubes & ovaries.

pregnant woman

Other patient information

This is a link to useful information published by the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists.

If you have a question or would like to book a consultation, please fill out the contact form below or call us on 0207 637 0357.