Mr Dale Ojutiku MB BS MA MSc FRCOG FFSRH has over 30 years’ experience in Obstetrics & Gynaecology with 18 years as a substantive NHS consultant. He has a wide range of experience in all aspects of gynaecological practice and has held additional roles as Clinical Lead in Gynaecology, Undergraduate Tutor in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Course Organiser for the Essex Perineal Surgical Skills Workshop and Essex General Practitioner Masterclass. He has also been the gynaecological representative on the Medical Advisor Committee at Spire Hartswood Hospital. He is currently the Clinical Lead for Risk Management a post which he has held for 12 years. He has a Master’s degree with distinction in Healthcare Risk Management.
His gynaecological expertise covers all aspects of bleeding problems and treatments including office gynaecology and hysterectomy with or without keyhole surgery. He also treats adenomyosis, fibroids and all other causes of chronic pelvic pain along with keyhole surgery for endometriosis. He runs a specialist clinic to manage and treat post childbirth pelvic floor trauma which includes labioplasty, Fenton’s procedure and removal of excessive scar tissue. He is an accomplished pelvic floor surgeon offering treatments for complex pelvic floor prolapse. He also manages post-reproductive women’s health and the menopause, Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), family planning and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.
Dale Ojutiku was born and raised in London/ Essex then moved to Nigeria as a teenager with his family. He obtained his primary medical degree from the University College Hospital, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He returned to the UK for postgraduate training in London & the Southeast – Guy’s & St Thomas Hospital and presently provides private and NHS care in London/ Essex.