Dale Ojutiku - Biography
I trained and graduated from the University College Hospital, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. I was born, raised and spent my early teenage years in North London before relocating to Nigeria with my family.
I returned to the United Kingdom for my postgraduate training working as a Research Fellow in Genitourinary Medicine at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington and as a Registrar and Senior Registrar at Guy's & St Thomas' Hospital in London.
I am a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologist and Fellow of the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare. During my training I studied for a Master of Science degree in Prenatal Genetic Diagnosis & Fetal Medicine at University College London and more recently completed a Master of Arts degree with distinction in Healthcare Risk Management at Loughborough University.
My NHS practice is presently at Basildon & Thurrock University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and I also provide private care at The Spire Hartswood Hospital, and Nuffield Health Brentwood Hospital.
I hold additional responsibilities as Undergraduate Tutor, Lead Clinician for Clinical Governance / Risk Management and formerly Clinical Director for Gynaecology at Basildon University Hospital. I am also the gynaecology representative on the Medical Advisory Committee at the Spire Hartswood Hospital.