Mr Ghosh is Consultant Gynaecologist at Circle Nottingham.
He qualified in 1993 and has been employed in many NHS hospitals in the UK since 1996 in different capacities. He has gained extensive training and experience in gynaecology in this time. Mr Ghosh obtained his Membership from the RCOG London in 2002 and Fellowship from the same institution in 2014.
Mr Ghosh has worked in a consultant capacity since 2012 and joined Nottingham NHS Treatment Centre in December 2014 as a Consultant Gynaecologist.
He is the first consultant to start performing major gynaecological inpatient procedures on a regular basis (which was not regularly performed at the Treatment Centre in the past) using the enhanced recovery programme, which he developed and implemented in his previous NHS post as a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist.
Mr Ghosh sees and treats both NHS and private patients at the Nottingham NHS Treatment Centre.
Mr Ghosh is married with two children and loves spending time watching interesting programmes on the television, such as premiership football, formula one racing and Tom and Jerry with his family. He also loves going on holidays and enjoys reading.
Being a huge football fan, he is always up-to-date with the premiership and world football.
Consultant Gynaecologist at the Nottingham NHS Treatment Centre and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Mr Ghosh is involved with emergency gynaecology services at Queens Medical Centre and Nottingham City Hospital and participates in the on-call consultant rota for Gynaecology.
He is very proactive in teaching medical students and trainees and has students and trainees from University of Nottingham in clinics and theatres.
His special interests include colposcopy, vulvoscopy, hysteroscopy, laparoscopy, prolapse surgery, hysterectomy (both open and keyhole) and treatment of menstrual problems using endometrial ablation, polypectomy and endometrial resection and outpatient morcellations of polyps.
He has also undergone training and accreditation in early pregnancy and gynaecological scanning. He offers these services to both private and NHS patients.
Mr Ghosh has been involved in the CAESAR study in the past and contributed actively to patient recruitment and was also one of the principle operators for the study.
At the Nottingham Treatment Centre he is actively involved in improving the colposcopy services and is currently using digital technology in colposcopy to detect precancerous changes of the cervix with greater precision and accuracy.
Mr Ghosh is a trainer in Colposcopy and a national examiner for the British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology. He has also been an Undergraduate examiner at the University of Manchester since 2009.
Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRCOG)
Member of British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (BSCCP)
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General Medical Council (GMC)
European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE)
British Society for Gynaecology Endoscopy (BSGE)
American Association of Gynaecological Laparoscopists (AAGL)