Dr Judith Kundodyiwa

Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology - Royal Bolton Hospital

Telephone Number: 01204 390578

Professional Background

Qualifications:
CCT in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, North Western Deanery MRCOG, London 2007
Diploma in Family Planning, Manchester 2003
MBChB, University of Zimbabwe Medical School 1997

Dr Kundodyiwa joined Bolton as a consultant in May 2011 coming from Salford Royal Hospital. She started specialist training in 2001 and worked in various hospitals in the North West which include South Manchester, Stepping Hill, Wigan, Blackburn and Burnley. Prior to 2001 she gained valuable overseas experience in Zimbabwe.

She is a member of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and the British Maternal and Foetal Medicine Society.

Special Interests and Research

Obstetrics - Maternal Medicine and Obstetric Risk Management
Gynaecology - Subfertility

She is Chairperson of the Bolton Infectious Diseases in Pregnancy Screening Programme and a member of the Obstetrics Case Review, Complaints and Litigation Panel.

Dr Judith Kundodyiwa works in the following services:

Gynaecology

We provide a full range of gynaecology services for planned and emergency assessment, diagnostics and treatment including surgery when needed. This is provided by an expert team including doctors, nurses, therapists, radiologists, pathologists and oncologists in our dedicated women’s healthcare outpatient unit or as an inpatient on our women only ward.

Maternity

Our maternity service is a super centre of excellence, providing care for over 6000 women a year. We offer great facilities, pride ourselves on the individual care and attention each woman and family receives and we promote a philosophy of normal and natural labour and childbirth and midwives support women to achieve this. If you need more specialised or complex care, our medical team of 15 dedicated and experienced consultants will ensure you have the best birthing experience possible.

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