We offer an obstetric package – this includes all ante-natal care, emergency cover, labour and delivery and post-natal care until six weeks post birth.  Most women opt for the obstetric package.  View the private maternity care details

We also

  • Pre-pregnancy counselling
  • Ante-natal consultations
  • Delivery with post-natal care
  • Post-natal consultations


Ultrasound scans: Roshni is a trained fetal medicine specialist, but tends to refer patients to her colleagues for detailed pregnancy scans. Her training enables her to interpret complex fetal problems and offer counselling if the need arises. Her patients are put in touch with specialists appropriate for their clinical needs. Other scans, needed to confirm fetal presentation and placental siting can be performed as part of your appointment.

For early pregnancy scans we recommend Miss Cecilia Bottomley.

Cecilia Bottomley MRCOG , Consultant Gynaecologist

Miss Bottomley is a consultant gynaecologist and obstetrician and a specialist in early pregnancy ultrasound. She performs early pregnancy dating and viability ultrasound scans and undertakes management of early pregnancy complications such as pain or bleeding, miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy.

Although she has a general gynaecology practice, she also has particular interests in gynaecology ultrasound, pelvic pain, irregular bleeding and ovarian cysts.

She qualified at Trinity College Cambridge and subsequently St Thomas’ Hospital. She has been a consultant at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital since 2009. She has published widely in her research fields and authored chapters and text books. A member of the Royal College of Obstetricans and Gynaecologists (RCOG), she lectures on examination courses and is actively involved in postgraduate education.

Appointments and Enquiries: 07774 272 441 Email:

24/7 Cover Available

Roshni works with other obstetrician colleagues at the Kensington Wing to ensure there is seamless 24/7 cover for you. It also enables the presence of more than one obstetrician if the clinical situation requires it.

The team are:

Keith Duncan MD MRCOG, Consultant Obstetrician

Keith is an Obstetrician and accredited Sub-specialist in Maternal and Fetal Medicine.  He is experienced in normal, assisted and caesarean delivery. His major interests are in high risk obstetrics, ultrasound and multiple pregnancies. He has published many research papers and an MD thesis relating to development in Utero. His philosophy is to provide a positive birth experience for his mums to be.
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Vasso Terzidou MD MRCOG PhD, Consultant Obstetrician

Vasso Terzidou is a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at Chelsea Westminster Hospital a member of the high risk team and a senior lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology for Imperial College. She is also a clinical academic in obstetrics and has gained an international reputation for her scientific research, much of which has been published in leading international journals. She completed her specialist training in London and was awarded an HEFCE Senior Clinical Fellowship in June 2010.

Vasso heads a specialised prematurity clinic which not only provides emotional support, but also skilled obstetric monitoring for women at risk to deliver preterm. She has a personable approach and believes strongly in holistic care. Her drive is to provide a positive birth experience for all mothers-to-be.
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Nick Wales MRCOG BSc, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

Nick is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist based at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital where he is a member of the High Risk Pregnancy team. His private obstetric practice is exclusive to the Kensington Wing. Nick offers a variety of maternity care options, encompassing an extended midwifery role; he also offers acupuncture for symptom relief in pregnancy. His special interests are in infectious diseases and cervical incompetence in pregnancy, in particular the use of abdominal and cervical sutures

During the antenatal period it can be necessary to see other specialists as part of pregnancy care. We work particularly closely with neonatologists, paediatricians and paediatric surgeons and can put you in touch with the right doctor for your needs. We also have strong links with perinatal psychiatrists and psychotherapists and can facilitate referrals. These links are in addition to many other general medical and surgical consultant specialists.
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Gary Hartnoll MA (Cantab) MD MRCP FRCPCH, Consultant Neonatologist

Gary Hartnoll is a highly respected Consultant Neonatologist at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. He is a Specialist Paediatrician with more than 20 years’ experience and specialises in the care of sick newborn infants and in the general health (jaundice, vomiting, reflux, etc.) and developmental follow up of children during their first few years of life. He has a sensitive and caring approach to his patients and their families. He has held senior management positions at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and has been an influential member of national and regional working parties including the National Neonatal Taskforce and advising on Neonatal Standards for NICE. He is a medical director for the Resuscitation Council’s course on neonatal life support.


Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
020 3315 8599

Women’s Wellness Centre
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We have agreements with a wide range of medical specialists and allied medical specialists (for example, physiotherapists, chiropractors) and are happy to assist with referrals to them.

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Caroline Jouning

Design and Personal Styling

Pregnancy is an exciting time but what to wear and where to shop can be challenging and time consuming. Whatever your look, be it elegant, funky,classic or on trend, it must always be flattering, practical and above all comfortable….. not a dungaree in sight, I promise!

So, for bump appropriate styling advice follow these five simple steps.

  1. Invest early and well in classic basics upon which you can build an easy and versatile wardrobe. Layering is key to ensure pieces can work across seasons and/or more than one pregnancy.
  2. Look for quality fabrics that are soft, easy to wash and will stretch with you and back again (after the baby).
  3. Accessorize:  a well chosen, on trend scarf, necklace, bag, cuff, watch, pair of boots or shoes will instantly change a look and last beyond your pregnancy.
  4. Remember big is not always better and voluminous smocks or shirts can be less flattering than sleek, figure hugging draped fabrics that celebrate your bump and your new cleavage.
  5. Make time to look after yourself: moisturise your skin both face and body, use an SPF, keep makeup simple and hair casual – let your natural mum-to-be radiance shine through.

Ex Vogue and Condé Nast, Caroline Jouning can provide styling and personal shopping.

For further information please contact me directly:
Tel: 07917630933