Dr Ranjana Chaudhuri trained in Medicine at King's College, Cambridge, and the Royal London Hospital, before commencing her radiology training at Guy's Hospital. Having attained her radiology accreditation, she undertook a two year academic fellowship in MRI at UMDS at the Guy's campus. Following this she held a consultant Radiologist post at Hillingdon Hospital for four years before coming to the Whittington in 1998.
Her areas of special interest are MRI, especially in musculoskeletal, neurological and male and female pelvic systems, breast imaging including MRI, musculoskeletal ultrasound, and paediatrics.
She is currently the Royal College of Radiologist Tutor for the Whittington Hospital.
Miss Flemming’s role covers the early pregnancy clinic, antenatal clinic, outpatient hysteroscopy and ambulatory gynaecology service, general gynaecology clinic, emergency gynaecology clinic and the telephone gynaecology clinic. Her special clinical interests include early pregnancy, emergency gynaecology and ambulatory gynaecology.
Before joining the Whittington as a consultant in gynaecology in June 2002, Miss Freeman Wang was a specialist registrar here at the Whittington. She graduated from Bristol University in 1989 then returned to London and worked at the Royal Free Hospital as a senior house officer, registrar, and later as a research fellow. Her MD was a project on "Women and Colposcopy: An investigation of women's anxieties associated with the treatment of cervical pre-malignancy".
Dr Diane Murray has been a consultant at the Whittington Hospital since 2001 specialising in CT and MRI imaging, particularly cancer radiology, and plays an active role in the diagnosis and imaging of gastrointestinal and gynaecological malignancy. She also regularly performs ultrasound and plain film reporting. She qualified from Nottingham University in 1990, and completed her radiology training at The Royal Free Hospital in1999, before undertaking a radiology fellowship in Australia.
Mr. Pisal has practiced Gynaecology in London for over 10 years working as both a private and NHS consultant at The Portland Hospital for Women and Children, the Wellington Hospital, Highgate Private Hospital and The Whittington Hospital. He provides a range of gynaecological services and treatments and is recognised as a leading expert in Minimal Access (Key-Hole) Surgery.
Mr. Pisal is keen to make a difference within his profession, his philosophy is to provide his patients with the best possible care at every stage of their journey, ensuring a calm and reassuring experience.
Mr. Pisal is well published and currently holds a number of positions most notably being a Member of the Council of The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. He is active in training junior doctors.
In his spare time Mr. Pisal runs marathons and raises money for The Whittington Health NHS Trust. This year he will be on the starting line of the London Marathon for the 5th time.