Ms. Ferha Saeed is an experienced Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with over 25 years of experience in the areas of Fetal medicine & general gynaecology. Ferha acquired her MRCOG in 2004. She then undertook training in Fetal medicine and ultrasound in pregnancy at the centre for Fetal care, Queen Charlotte and Chelsea Hospital Imperial Health Trust in 2009.
She obtained her further training in the Oxford and South East England regions. She started as a consultant at Newham Hospital Barts Health in 2015. She became the fellow of the Royal college of obstetrician and Gynaecologist in 2017. She has also obtained a Postgraduate Certification in Obstetrics & Gynaecology Ultrasound form Kings College London.
In 2017 she was appointed as the Director of the Perinatal network at Barts Health to lead the strategic development of services and maintaining the standards of care in maternity and neonatology across Barts health.
She is interested in the wide range of gynaecological and early pregnancy problems including Period problems,
fibroids, ovarian cysts, pelvic inflammatory disease, infertility investigations, menopausal issues miscarriage and vaginal symptoms. She can perform all routine benign gynaecological surgery with confidence.
She performs pregnancy scans including early pregnancy and 3D/4D scanning.
Ferha is genuinely committed to serving the multicultural and multi-ethnic community of London and is dedicated
to serving each woman based on their specific needs and manages patients in an efficient and gentle manner.
Ms. Ferha Saeed is actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. She is an MRCOG examiner, a Representative for the Appointment Advisory Committee, and the North East London Deanery Ultrasound Coordinator at Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists. She was also a College Tutor for three years and remained responsible for the training of junior doctors. She is an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Barts & London School of Medicine & Dentistry at the Queen Mary University of London and actively participate in medical students training and teaching