Our team

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Consultant gynaecologists

  • Mr Panay
    Mr Panay specialises in management of the Menopause, Premature Ovarian Failure, Premenstrual Syndrome and Osteoporosis. He is past Chair of the British Menopause Society and Editor of Climacteric (International Menopause Society).
  • Ms Claudine Domoney
    Ms Domoney specialises in the management of the menopause and pelvic floor health. She is also a qualified psychosexual counsellor, integrating this within her clinical service. She is council member of the British Menopause Society and Institute of Psychosexual Medicine.
  • Dr Nneka Nwokolo
    Dr Nwokolo specialises in the management of menopause and has extensive experience in sexual health and HIV. She set up the Kobler Menopause Clinic, the UK’s first specialist menopause service for women with HIV.

West Middlesex University Hospital

Consultant gynaecologist

  • Dr Elizabeth Owen
    Dr Elizabeth Owen has a specialist interest in the menopause and is a member of the British Menopause Society 

    Other members of the team

    • Claire Bellone (Clinical Nurse Specialist)
      Claire Bellone She is a member of the British Menopause Society and holds the FSRH/BMS Specialist Menopause Certificate. Additional qualifications: Nurse Prescriber (NMP), smear taker, family planning advisor and IUS/D fitting. She leads the HRT hormone implant service and provides a patient and GP support service.
    • Research Fellow
      We undertake various research lead by our clinical research doctor. If you are interested in finding out more about current research projects relating to the menopause, HRT or contraception please contact the menopause clinic.
    • GP with Special Interest (GPwSI)
      GPs with special interest are always welcome to come and join our clinic on a one off basis of honorary contract.
    • Dani Singer (Counsellor)
      Dani provides a fortnightly couselling service to women with POI. Referrals are made by the clinical team only.

    Medical students

    We are a teaching hospital so medical students and nurses frequently sit in clinic. If you do not want a student in your consultation please let a clinic nurse know. We respect patient dignity and privacy at all times so female chaperones are always available.

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