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Dr Amelia Davison, MRCOG is an NHS and Private Obstetrician and Gynaecologist working in central London. 

Amelia began her training at Leeds University where she graduated in 2004 with honours. She then completed her specialist Obstetrics and Gynaecology training in the Yorkshire deanery. She undertook her research and advanced ultrasound training at Kings College Hospital London gaining specialist experience in her area of interest, which is early pregnancy and acute gynaecology. She has numerous publications and delivered oral presentations nationally and internationally in problems of early pregnancy.

She was appointed a Substantive Consultant at Homerton University Hospital in 2014 where she is Lead for early pregnancy.
Amelia specialises in early pregnancy including ultrasound, recurrent miscarriage and early pregnancy complications. 
She also specialises in women with menstrual disorders and postmenopausal complications where she is able to offer one-stop services to include seeing, scanning and managing patients in one appointment. Amelia has advanced outpatient hysteroscopy skills in addition to laparoscopic and open benign surgery skills. 

Amelia has a passion for delivering babies. She finds it a true privilege to journey with a patient from the early stages of a pregnancy through to delivery.

Currently regionally she is College Tutor for the deanery. Nationally she is a facilitator and lecturer in hysteroscopy for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

She holds two clinical excellence awards.

Amelia is dedicated in providing the optimum care for her patients. As a woman and a mum herself Amelia has the ability to empathise with the complexities of obstetrics and gynaecology. She is able to offer a unique personal service to support patients and ensure they receive the best possible individualised care they require. 

Amelia lives with her 2 children and 3 hens. She is a keen musician playing the violin and piano. She runs half marathons and grows veg on her allotment as hobbies.