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Written by a NHS patient at The Princess Royal University Hospital
14th February 2021


Miss Omar performed my laparoscopy to treat my endometriosis. Her bedside manner was horrible and I actually called the PALS at PRUH to ask if I could have a different consultant. I was initially booked to see another consultant who was very understanding of my situation (endometriosis with difficulty getting pregnant after 3 years of trying) who explained my options. Due to covid my appointment was cancelled and he had left the hospital when I could get the laproscopy rearranged. Miss Omar was not going to see me before my lap but I insisted. When I entered the room she greeted me with "so what do you want?". Having undergone IVF I knew I had a large cyst on my right ovary and there was a potential the entire ovary may need removing and that is what I wanted to discuss but Miss Omar just did not care about the patient. She said it's wasn't practical to discuss options with me, she would decide. I had to make it clear to her via PALS I did not want my ovary removed. On the morning of the surgery she was pleasant but after the surgery I discovered she had not removed my uterine polyp, which she said she would and it does not seem she examined the state of my left ovary or of my fallopian tubes. I have no idea how the endometriosis is actually affect me - that was one of the key reasons to have it done. The note from my surgery was 1 line long and I have had no replies to my follow up questions sent to Miss Omar directly and sent via PALS. I now have to go through the entire lap again or a number of other treatments to find out how the endometriosis is affecting me and my fertility. 4 periods after my lap the pain is worse than was before (I now feel nauseous and sick when I have a period, I didn't have this before). I feel like the whole treatment was a waste of time. If she didn't want to treat me then she should have just passed me on to someone else who cares about their patients, which I did ack for.

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Written by a patient at Nuffield Health Brentwood Hospital
11th December 2020


Would not use her , I was a NHS patient and she made me feel like I was worthless , I had been to her a few times due to bleeding after a car accident she told me I have a heavy womb and would need a hysterectomy , I went and had a second opinion and that was not the case , she did a bladder and bowel repair for me and left me with a bad infection which caused the operation to fail , I’m left with a whole that won’t close up causing me to keep getting infections and skin tags that look awful , when I went back and told her she told me there nothing more she can do for me and told me to go somewhere else , she is so rude , and I will be taking things further

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Miss Kazal Omar Consultant Gynaecologist FRCOG,MBchB,CABOG, Ultrasound gynaecology Specialities Gynaecology Oncology (cancer service) Prolapse and Urogynecology( incontinent) Minimal access surgery(all laparascopic+hysteroscopic) Infertility and pre-assisted conception Myomectomy and hysterectomy Gynaecology ultrasound and early pregnancy scanning menopause advise and management Education, college Tutor, lead clinical lecturer for kings college medical school Year of first Qualification 1981 GMC , Reg, 4570455 Telephone 01277 695 695 07904 305802 01689864858 Fax; 01689 261 924, 01689 866055 EMAIL Essex.enq@nuffieldhospitals.com Rachel.martin4@nhs.net Kazalomar606@yahoo.com Secretary Miss Rachel Martin , 01689864858 07904 305802 Anaesthetises worked with Dr Agilan Kaliappan Dr Shahid Dr Charnaka BMI; Dr Johns, Dr Turvey, Dr King, Dr Able Clinics Alternate Friday; 14-18 hours Extra clinic can be arranged upon request Location; Brentwood Hospital BMI hospitals Chelsfield Park Hospital Thursdays, 8.00 am-12.00 midday,01689877855 The Sloane Hospital Wednesdays; 17.00-20.00, 0208 466400 Language’ ; English, Kurdish, Arabic Current NHS post Consultant Gynaecology and Obstetric Kings college Trust, Princess Royal University Hospital, Denmark hill Professional membership General Medical Council Royal College of Gynaecology and Obstetrics British association of gynaecology Oncology British association of Colposcopy and cervical screening British association of ultrasound in gynaecology and early pregnancy complications British association of Minimal Access Surgery British association of Urogynecologist British association of Family planning Research interest 2 week wait post-menopausal bleeding and laparoscopic surgery for gynaecological cancer Courses offered to GPs A full range of talk titles of all afore mentioned specialities are available for GPs. Declaration Miss Kazal Omar work with the following private medical insurance providers Bupa Bupa on demand AXA PPP Healthcare AXA PPP International Aviva health Cigna CS Healthcare Simply health PHC Exeter Family Friendly Clinical interest (treatment, operation, tests) Menstrual disorders and all their management Post-menopausal bleeding and abnormal tumor markers Peri menopausal and post-menopausal problems Uterine and vaginal prolapse Uterine fibroid (myomectomy, key hole and open surgery) Urinary frequency and incontinence (minimal invasive surgery) Surgical and medical management of miscarriage Cervical smear and HPV test Laparoscopic surgery for ectopic pregnancy Hysteroscopy (diagnostic and operative) Laparoscopy (diagnostic and all laparoscopic surgery) Ovarian cyst (laparoscopic and open surgery including endometriosis) Hysterectomy mean removal of uterus (full laparoscopic mean key hole, vaginal, abdominal) Prolapse repair and reconstructive surgery for vulva and vagina HRT advise Advise, investigation and management for genetic Breast cancer Prophylactic oophorectomy (removal of ovaries) in cases of BRCA gene positive. Family planning advise and management Infertility investigation and pre-IVF management Post treatment communication Following treatment of all patients, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of health,GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines In the event of urgent query following treatment, members should use the following contact details Myself- through hospital where treatment received My private secretary My NHS secretary, 01689864897 Declaration

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