2018 – to date
86 Harley Street, London
2014 – 2018
19 Harley Street, London
2000 - 2013
The Wimpole St Clinic for Women Ltd, London
Delivered 100+ babies for obstetric patients each year at The Portland Hospital.
Saw 30+ gynaecology patients each week
1999 – 2000
NHS Consultant for 1 year. I resigned voluntarily from the NHS to go into private practice on 1 June 2000
1995 - 1998
Queen Charlotte’s Hospital, London.
Senior Registrar for 3 years
1993 - 1995
Royal Free Hospital, London.
Research in Trans abdominal and Trans vaginal Ultrasound of the Pregnant and Non-Pregnant Woman
1991 - 1993
St George’s Hospital, Tooting, London.
Registrar for 2 years
Whilst completing medical training Mr Braithwaite also chose to specialise in ultrasound scanning which means he can do all his patients’ gynaecological scans during their regular consultations. He performs many colposcopies and has an interest in uro-gynaecology and laparoscopic surgery. He also undertakes infertility investigations and uses ovarian stimulation technology and artificial insemination as part of his practice. He performs surgery at The Portland Hospital.
Colposcopy accreditation achieved
1988 - 1991
1993 - 1998
020 7224 5292
Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust are the UK’s leading cervical cancer charity. Their vision is to see a future where cervical cancer is a thing of the past and until that day they want to reduce the impact for everyone affected by cervical cell changes and cervical cancer. Jo’s provides the highest quality information and support and campaign for excellence in cervical cancer treatment and prevention.
As a gynaecologist, I am very keen on raising awareness about the importance of regular screening for women to prevent cervical cancer. I am also delighted to announce that I will now be part of Jo’s Trust’s ‘Ask the Expert’ panel, a support service that is available on their website. Anybody is free to submit questions anonymously to have them answered by an experienced and qualified doctor. I am also working with the trust as part of their ‘Peer Reviewer’ programme, helping them to review content and information released by the trust, to ensure they are providing the most accurate resources to their patients and community.