I am what can be described as the complete Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. I have been in clinical practice for over 25 years which has seen me work in numerous varied settings, which range from low risk, low tech birth units (The Birth Unit, Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth) to high risk, high technology units such as The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at The Homerton University Hospital, London.
The women’s right to choose is at the centre of my philosophy and I am able to bring this varied clinical experience which includes working in West Africa to aid womens choice.
Yinka Akinfenwa has been in clinical practice for over 25 years. He is highly regarded by his clients and colleagues.
His experience is vast and varied.
Mother and Baby care
Yinka Akinfenwa has a special interest, extensive knowledge and experience in Fetal Medicine, Obstetric Ultrasound and High Risk Obstetrics.
One Stop Gynaecology
Yinka Akinfenwa is a general gynaecologist who is highly skilled in the management of menstrual disorders, fibroid treatment and pelvic pain. His ultrasound scanning skills enable him provide a one stop gynaecology service.
Yinka Akinfenwa has both daytime and evening consultations at clinics very close to Tube and bus services.
- MRCOG & CCST
- INTERNATIONAL BOARD CERTIFICATION IN FETAL MEDICINE
I was awarded International board Certification in Fetal medicine by the Fetal Medicine Foundation in 1998. I gained this award following a 2 year Fellowship at The Harris Birthright Centre for Fetal Medicine Research, King’s College Hospital, London under the tutelage of Professor Kypros Nicolaides.
- MBBS 1987
I gained basic medical degree from The College of Medicine, University of Ibadan following a 6 year medical course at Nigeria’s premier university.
My Postgraduate skills were acquired in the North East Thames Region of London. This took me through a varied rotation of hospitals, which include the University College Hospital, the Whittington Hospital and Homerton University Hospital.
My Fetal Medicine skills were acquired at The Harris Birthright Centre for Fetal Medicine Research, King’s College Hospital, London.