Deepa Velampalayan Subramanian

Deepa Velampalayan Subramanian
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Attending Physician Years Of Experience: 18
  • About Deepa

    Dr Deepa is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist at Sidra Medicine. She is a member of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and worked as a consultant at Lancaster, UK prior to joining Sidra. She has completed advanced training in labor ward practice and high risk Obstetrics. She leads the activities to ensure that the pathways for women attending the Women’s Obstetric emergency department are coordinated safely by working closely with the multidisciplinary clinical team.

    As an experienced Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Dr Deepa supports the department in maintaining practice in line with best patient care through audit and development of clinical guidelines. She served as the lead for year 4 medical students and Guideline committee in the previous hospital at UK.

    • Instructor in Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology at Weill Cornell Medicine, Qatar.

    • Bachelor of Medicine degree, India

    • Master’s degree in OB/GYN, India

    • MRCOG, UK

    • Extended clinical knowledge through postgraduate education in the UK from RCOG and Edge Hill University (medical education), including CCT – OB/GYN, Sexual and Reproductive Health.

    Languages Spoken

    English, Tamil

    Years Of Experience
    Areas of Interest

    Advanced antenatal care, Perinatal mental health, Pediatric Gynecology, Clinical Governance

    Educational Interests
    • Teaching Medical Students – OB/GYN
    • Leading Simulation scenarios – OB/GYN
    Medical Publications

    A number of research studies between 2008 till date