Experienced clinician –
continuity of care
Committed to listening
and understanding parents needs
Healthcare research improves clinical practise and saves lives
Teaching and training keeps us constantly up-to-date
NICK KAMETAS, MD, FRCOG
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Maternal – Fetal Medicine
Dr Kametas is a Consultant Obstetrician and Sub-specialist in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at King’s College Hospital and a Reader in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at King’s College, London. He has trained in major teaching hospitals in London and is an advocate of empowering parents with knowledge and providing continuity of care in order to enhance their experience and minimise risks during pregnancy. He has a strong focus on research of uncomplicated and complicated pregnancies and labour management. Dr Kametas provides individualised care addressing the specific needs of each expecting mother.
Continuity of care and Expertise
Monitoring baby’s growth and wellbeing
Labour and Delivery
Availability and Support
Care after delivery
Safe discharge home
High Risk Pregnancies
Continuity of care and close monitoring
RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS
A brief summary of Dr Kametas’ research projects is shown below
Pregnancy is a screen test for women’s health
Pregnancy and labour create significant strain to the mother’s body. Her heart, kidneys and liver undergo major changes in order to cope with the increasing demands of the baby and the placenta. The...
Using ultrasound to assess baby’s head position during labour, leads to safer deliveries when assistance by a doctor is needed.
About 1 in 5 mums, especially if they are in their first pregnancy, will need some help from their obstetrician to deliver their baby. This need could arise either because baby’s head is in a...
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