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COVID-19

Please note that due to the coronavirus we are deferring all appointments for further care. The progression of the virus throughout the region will determine when we can re-start seeing routine patients again. We do hope that we can get the service up and running and soon as possible.

Should you feel that your symptoms are causing you serious concerns or that you feel you cannot wait for further contact please do contact your GP as soon as possible or in an emergency situation please attend your local Accident and Emergency Department.

Once we are in a position to resume the service we will be in touch with patients individually.

MBBS, MD, MRCOG, BSCCP Accreditation

Consultant in Gynaecology

Mr Partha Sengupta qualified in medicine in 1987.

He has completed his specialist surgical training in gynaecology and has also had extensive oncology training. Recently he completed an MSc to obtain accreditation in advanced laparoscopic surgery. He now practices in both general gynaecology and gynaecological oncology. The focus of Mr Sengupta’s clinical practice is multi-disciplinary based and individualised to his patient’s needs.

Mr Sengupta’s clinical practice is divided between the investigation and management of both benign gynaecological disease, and suspected or confirmed pre-malignant/malignant gynaecological disease, including genetic counselling, colposcopy and vulvar disease.

He is currently gynaecological cancer lead clinician and designated surgeon for low-risk endometrial cancers for his NHS Trust. He has regional roles as preceptor for colposcopy training and also training juniors in oncology and laparoscopic surgery. Mr Sengupta is also the audit lead clinician for gynaecological cancers in the northeast and a member of the Northern Clinical Senate Assembly. Nationally, he is a member of the British Gynaecological Cancer Society Council, and has helped to peer review national gynaecological cancer service specifications and guidelines. He also has national roles as an examiner and on the training committee for the British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology. MrSengupta has also been involved in peer review and quality assurance of cancer and colposcopy services.

Mr Sengupta’s surgical practice includes:

  • open and complex surgery (such as laparotomy for large fibroids, pelvic cysts or masses)
  • advanced minimal access surgery (including total laparoscopic hysterectomy, laparoscopic subtotal hysterectomy, laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy, prophylactic risk-reducing surgery for genetic cancers, hysteroscopic surgery, endometrial ablation)

His emphasis is in ensuring the patient is well informed and participates in all management decisions, and has a quick return home and recovery from surgical procedures (Enhanced Recovery Programme).

Outside of work, Mr Sengupta is a keen football fan, takes interest in a wide variety of music and enjoys spending time with his family.