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.

Dr Kametas completed all his post-graduate training in London and his fellowship in Maternal & Fetal medicine at the Harris Birthright Centre for Fetal Medicine, King’s College Hospital, under the guidance of Professor Nicolaides. His completed his research thesis with a title: “Maternal cardiovascular adaptation in normal and complicated pregnancies”. He has been a member and Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists since 2005 and 2018, respectively.

Dr Kametas specialises in high risk pregnancies. His clinical work focuses in pregnancies complicated by maternal hypertension and kidney disease. 

He is the lead for the management of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy and responsible for the medical and research service of the Antenatal Hypertension Clinic.

Apart from offering obstetric follow-up to high-risk pregnancies, he also supports the provision of routine care to a group of low-risk mothers booked at King’s College Hospital. He offers private maternity care to both women with low and high-risk pregnancies, aiming for a positive experience for the expecting parents.

He is a Reader (equivalent to Assistant Professor) at King’s College London and his research focuses on the development of models for individualising treatment and prediction of complications in pregnancies complicated by hypertension. He has an active role in undergraduate and postgraduate training.