Mr Parijat Bhattacharjee is a Consultant Gynaecologist & Obstetrician with more than 16 years experience in the field. He has had extensive experience in all aspects of the speciality during his specialist training in U.K. including at Royal London & St. Bartholomew's, Royal Free, University College London and University of Leicester hospitals. He had further trained as a Clinical Research Fellow for two years at The Early pregnancy, Gynaecology Ultrasound and Minimal Access Surgery unit at St. George' Hospital, London. He was also a trainee at the Minimal Access Therapy unit at the Royal Free Hospital. He has Royal College of Obstetrician and Gynaecologists (R.C.O.G.) Advanced Skills accreditation in Laparoscopic and Hysteroscopic surgery and in Gynaecology (and Early pregnancy) scanning and emergencies.
Mr Bhattacharjee has special interests in Gynaecology ultrasound and early pregnancy problems including recurrent and late miscarriages, poor obstetric history, ectopic pregnancies and in One – stop Gynaecology clinics, particularly for pelvic pain and irregular or heavy vaginal bleeding. He provides his expertise in ultrasound scan at the initial clinic consultation and provides a comprehensive treatment and follow up including surgery, if necessary. He was involved in the ovarian cancer screening programme at St. George's Hospital and ultrasound and hysteroscopic assessment in peri and post menopausal bleeding.
Mr Bhattacharjee is actively engaged in research and teaching. He trains postgraduate trainees from Imperial College School of Medicine and regularly presents in educational forums for GPs and medical trainees. He trains Specialist registrars in Gynaecology ultrasound for the RCOG Advanced skills modules.
He has had multiple presentations in national and international conferences and publications in peer reviewed journals and book chapters. He is currently pursuing research/studies in Early pregnancy problems, Gynaecology ultrasound including ovarian tumour analysis and in Obstetrics.
Outside his clinical work, Mr Bhattacharjee is actively involved in voluntary work (including Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine – WHO initiative) in resource – poor countries aimed at reducing maternal and infant mortality. Languages: English, Bengali, Hindi and Urdu.