Consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist
MB BS, MSc, MD, FRCOG
Email address: email@example.com
PA/secretary phone number: 020 7794 0500 ext 33184
Private practice phone number: 020 7387 4049
Private practice email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Scott is an experienced consultant, who has a special interest in high-risk obstetrics,maternal medicine and labour ward managment. She established the obstetric renal transplant service, which she runs jointly with a dedicated renal physician. Miss Scott has previously been the labour ward lead and the obstetric lead. She is currently the lead obstetrician for maternity risk managment.
Her private practice includes obstetrics, advice before pregnancy, and caring throughout pregnancy and delivery for both normal and high risk pregnancies. Her private gynaecology services include problem periods or bleeding, contraception, cervical smears/well woman checks, HPV vaccination, and gynaecological endocrinology/menopause.
- Pregnancy: occupational aspects of management. (Member of multidisciplinary guideline development group) Pub: Clinical Medicine 2013, vol 13, no 1: 75-79 Authors Keith T Palmer, Matteo Bonzini and Jens-Peter Ellekilde Bonde on behalf of the multidisciplinary guideline development group in association with the health and work development unit, a collaboration between the Royal College of Physicians and the Faculty of Occupational Medicine.
- Scott EM and Regan LR. Section 8.3.1 Conception and Implantation pp1177-1183. Oxford Textbook of Endocrinology and Diabetes. Ed: JAH Wass, SM Shalet. Pub: Oxford University Press 2002
- 'A study on the hormonal events of pregnancy, particularly in relation to the spontaneous onset of labour.'
- Scott EM, Thomas A, McGarrigle HHG, Lachelin GCL.Serial adrenal ultrasonography in normal neonates. J Ultrasound Med 9 (5) 279-283, 1990*. *Selected for abstract in the 1992 Year Book of Diagnostic Radiology. Pub: Mosby Yearbook Inc
- Scott EM, McGarrigle HHG, Lachelin GCL. The increase in plasma and saliva cortisol levels in pregnancy is not due to the increase in corticosteroid binding globulin levels. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 71:639-644, 1990
- Scott EM, Thomas A, McGarrigle HHG, Lachelin GCL. A comparison of serial ultrasound measurements of fetal adrenal glands with maternal plasma and saliva oestriol and progesterone levels in normal pregnancy. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 11:381-385, 1991
- Scott EM, McGarrigle HHG, Lachelin GCL. The use of saliva progesterone estimations in monitoring oral and vaginal progesterone administration. J Clin Chem Clin Biochem 28:659, 1990
- Scott EM, McGarrigle HHG, Lachelin GCL. Unexpectedly high saliva progesterone levels following vaginal progesterone administration in early pregnancy. Journal of Endocrinology 119 [suppl.] Abstract 143, 1988