Miss Anne Jackson, Consultant Gynaecologist at The King's Oak Hospital, graduated from London University in 1983 and is a member of the British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopists, the British Society of Colposcopy and the Data Lead for London Colposcopy Quality Assurance Team.
Miss Jackson trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the London area and chose to undertake an elective period in General Surgery, due to her interest in complex surgery and surgical techniques. This led on to her interest in endometriosis.
As a senior registrar, Miss Jackson undertook training in minimal access surgery, having the opportunity to work with Mr A Magos and Mr L McMillan. Miss Jackson holds a postgraduate diploma in Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery from the University of Surrey where she studied the management of endometriosis in depth, developing her skills further in this field.
Miss Jackson’s special interests include Colposcopy, Vulval Disorders, Management of Menstrual Irregularity and Management of Gynaecological Cancers.
Miss Jackson has worked at Chase Farm Hospital for 13 years, where she led the Cancer services before they were centralised. She is the Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals Lead for Colposcopy and has developed a dedicated Vulval Clinic on the Chase Farm site.
Miss Jackson has a general gynaecological workload in addition to her special interests and hopes to help develop further the range of laparoscopic surgery undertaken.