chelsea obstetrics
chelsea gynaecology

Shane Duffy

Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

Mr Duffy’s experience of working in several countries and as a consultant for the last 10 years allows him to bring his lived experience to manage all gynaecological conditions, early pregnancy and complicated and uncomplicated pregnancies.
Brief Biography
Bachelor of Medicine
Bachelor of Surgery
Diploma in Advanced Obstetric Ultrasound
Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
Diploma in Medical Education (Simulation and Technology)
Master of Science (Infection and Health in the Tropics)
Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Independent Advisor to the Secretary of State for Health (UK) through the IRP

Mr Duffy runs a one stop gynaecology service and performs the gynaecology scans himself in clinic. Mr Duffy is a minimal access surgeon (key hole surgery) and also manages complex surgical cases that need traditional surgical approaches. Mr Duffy provides a national specialist service for patients with complex perineal trauma also.

As Mr Duffy practices both Gynaecology and Obstetrics he is able manage complications at the start of a pregnancy up until delivery. His specialist areas are perineal trauma / female pelvic floor reconstruction surgery, complex surgery in pregnancy and complex caesarean sections. Mr Duffy believes that women and families should be at the heart of maternity care and promotes choice in pregnancy and childbirth to provide the safest and most satisfying experience for you and your baby.

Mr Duffy sees his private patients at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and at 35 Devonshire Place, W1. He looks after gynaegology patients at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and the Lister Hospital. Mr Duffy looks after mothers and babies privately at the Kensington wing at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and at the Portland hospital in London.

Mr Duffy’s International Charity Work
Shane is the Clinical Director of MedNav, a life-saving initiative called MedNav which aims to make childbirth safe for women and babies regardless of where they live. MedNav delivers training courses and provides innovations in Africa to help healthcare workers manage obstetric emergencies more effectively, and treats women in Uganda who suffer from obstetric fistula, a hole in the birth canal caused by obstructed childbirth which results in constant incontinence and social segregation. If you would like to support Mr Duffy’s work more information can be provided by his secretary and donations can be made by clicking here.
For appointments and enquiries, please contact our gynaecology secretary on 07774 272 441 or email our office here or our obstetrics secretary on 07903 469038 or email our office here.