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Dr Amali Lokugamage

Dr Amali Lokugamage

Dr Amali Lokugamage

Qualifications: MBChB; BSc; MSc (Epidemiology); MD; FRCOG; SFHEA; Dip. Acupuncture; Dip. Homeopathy.

Expertise: Gynaecology

NHS: Whittington Health NHS Trust

Languages: English

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Telephone Number: 07510 521 725

Email Address:  admin@integratedmedic.com

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Consultant Biography

Dr Lokugamage is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and an Honorary Associate Professor at University College London. At the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth she practices holistic gynaecology and has a special interest in chronic gynaecological conditions. Both the mind and the body affect wellbeing and so she takes care to know you as a whole person before diagnosing or treating. Her longstanding specialist knowledge in medical gynaecology, knowledge of research (epidemiology) as well as understanding of complementary therapies such as acupuncture, all help to sensitively tailor your care.

Dr Lokugamage is an internationally invited speaker promoting respectful care, dignity and autonomy in maternity services. Her international positions of leadership are Board Directors of the International MotherBaby Childbirth Organisation (UN recognised NGO); and on the Editorial Board for the International Journal of Childbirth. She is an Institute of Leadership and Management NHS Champion for Healthcare Human Rights and is involved compassion and patient experience projects at the Whittington Hospital. She was on the Advisory Board for the NGO Human Rights in Childbirth (Dec 2014-Feb 2017). Her lectures on respectful maternity care are on the World Health Organisation website. She is a university medical educator and has a special interest in kindness, compassion, and human rights in the professional behaviours of doctors and has several publications in this area.