Staff

Nick Kametas

Clinical Post Title: Consultant in Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Obstetrics
Research post title: Reader, King’s College London

Qualifications

  • Clinical: CCT in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Subspecialty in Maternal-Fetal Medicine, FRCOG
  • Research: MD Thesis 2009, (University of London)

GMC No: 4141109

Professional Memberships

  • General Medical Council
  • Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
  • MacDonald UK Obstetric Medicine Society (MOMS)
  • British Maternal Fetal Medicine Society (BMFMS)
  • Fetal Medicine Foundation

Year Qualified: 1991
Primary Speciality: Obstetrics and Gynaecology – Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Clinical Interests

  • Fetal Medicine

  • High Risk Pregnancies – Medical disorders in pregnancies (Hypertension and kidney disease in pregnancy)
  • Prenatal counselling for maternal disease

Biography

Mr Kametas is a Consultant Obstetrician and Sub-specialist in Maternal and Fetal Medicine. He completed all his post-graduate training in London and his fellowship in maternal & fetal medicine at the Harris Birthright Centre for Fetal Medicine, King’s College Hospital. He has been a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists since 2005.

Mr Kametas specialises in high-risk pregnancies. His clinical work focuses in pregnancies complicated by maternal hypertension and kidney disease. He is the lead for the management of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy and responsible for the medical and research service of the Antenatal Hypertension Clinic. He also provides care for pregnancies where there is a higher risk of a fetal complication such as twin pregnancies, pregnancies with fetal growth restriction or any other pregnancy where there is concern for the fetal wellbeing.

Apart from offering obstetric follow-up to high-risk pregnancies, he also supports the provision of routine care to a group of low-risk mothers booked at King’s College Hospital. He offers private maternity care to both women with low and high risk pregnancies, aiming for a positive experience for the expecting parents.

He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at King’s College London and his research focuses on the development of models for individualising treatment and prediction of complications in pregnancies complicated by hypertension. He has an active role in undergraduate and postgraduate training.

Publications by Mr Kametas

Devi Subramanian

Job Title: Consultant, Obstetrics and Fetal Medicine. Clinical Director and Lead for Maternity

Qualifications

  • Clinical: CCT in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS, FRCOG
  • RCR/RCOG Diploma in Advanced Obstetric Ultrasound

GMC No: 5188928

Professional Memberships

  • General Medical Council

  • Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
  • British Maternal Fetal Medicine Society (BMFMS)

Year Qualified: 1994
Primary Speciality: Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Clinical Interests

  • High risk Obstetrics and Intrapartum care
  • Obesity in pregnancy
  • Postdates pregnancy and Induction of Labour
  • Management of morbidly adherent placenta (placenta accreta)
  • Venous thromboembolism in pregnancy

Biography

Devi Subramanian has been a Consultant in Obstetrics and Fetal medicine at King’s College Hospital since 2008. Devi was awarded the membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (MRCOG) in 2002 and the fellowship (FRCOG) in 2014. She undertook her entire specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in London and was awarded the CCT in 2008.

Devi is currently the Clinical Director and Lead for Maternity at King’s College Hospital. She specialises in high-risk obstetrics and intra partum care. She has a particular interest in management of obese women in pregnancy and pregnancies after bariatric surgery. She is the lead for surgical management of morbidly adherent placenta , postdates pregnancy and venous thrombo-embolism in pregnancy. She provides care for pregnancies with fetal complications both at Lewisham hospital and at Harris Birthright Centre for Fetal Medicine at King’s College Hospital.

Devi also supports the provision of care for low risk women booked at King’s College Hospital. She provides care that is personalised to each woman’s individual circumstances and needs to ensure a smooth pregnancy and a safe outcome for the woman and her baby. She supports women and couples to enable them to make choices about their pregnancies and their deliveries. With her holistic approach and knowledge of both low risk and high risk conditions she is able to support this for all women.

She is actively involved in teaching and training, especially simulation training , fetal monitoring in labour and management of labour and delivery.

Sadia Bhatti

Job Title: Consultant Obstetrician; Labour ward Lead and Lead for Postnatal Care and Maternity Critical Care

Qualifications

  • Clinical: MBBS, BSc, MRCOG, MAcadMED

GMC No: 6049993

Professional Memberships

  • General Medical Council

  • Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
  • British Maternal Fetal Medicine Society (BMFMS)
  • MOMS (MacDonald UK Obstetric medicine Society)
  • AoME (Academy of Medical Educators)

Year Qualified: 1998
Primary Speciality: Obstetrics

Clinical Interests

  • High Risk Pregnancies
  • Medical disorders in pregnancies
  • Older age group women
  • Assisted conception pregnancies
  • Prenatal Counseling for maternal disease
  • Rheumatological disorders and Inflammatory bowel disease in pregnancy

  • Postnatal Complications

Biography

Trained in High risk Pregnancies management Antenatal, Intrapartum and Post partum care at Kings College hospital and UCLH. I did my training from 2009-2013 as Maternal Medicine Clinical research fellow between Kings and UCLH, and had the privilege of learning from the best people in the field of maternal medicine.
My present job responsibilities include clinical and senior management role as lead Consultant for Labour ward and Postnatal care. Looking in to ways to improve women experience during after birth. I am a lead clinician for Maternal age clinic at Kings which cater to complex older age group pregnancies. I also do specialist maternal medicine joint clinics, Obstetric Rheumatology, Inflammatory bowel disease and neurology.
I am lead clinician for Maternity Critical care, with vision to establish safer childbirth for highrisk pregnancies. I have an active interest in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, and I have been a course director for MRCOG part 1 course as well as delivered a well attended Obs and Gynae Course in Dubai (2014).
I am passionate about safer childbirth; I am trained faculty member for Royal College of Obs and Gynae Operative birth simulation. I also deliver life saving skills courses for mothers and babies in under resourced African and Asian countries as a faculty member of Liverpool school of Tropical medicine.

Publications

1. ‪Cordina M, Bhatti S, Fernandez M, Syngelaki A, Nicolaides KH, Kametas NA.Maternal hemoglobin at 27-29 weeks’ gestation and severity of pre-eclampsia.‬ Maternal Fetal Neonatal Med. March 2015
2. ‪Bhatti S, PatO’Biran: Second stage Caesarean section‬,RCOG‬Click 2013,Chapter in a book,Operative Vaginal deliveries, ROBuST manual
3. Bhatti S, Penna L: Maternal Collapse 2012‬,‪Journal of Obstetrics,Gynaecology, and Reproductive medicine ‬July 2012