Meet our Endometriosis team
Mr Kremer - Consultant Gynaecologist
Mr Kremer graduated from Medical School in 1984 at University Louis Pasteur in Strasbourg, in France. He worked several years as a volunteer in the Himalayas and in Papua New Guinea and moved to the UK in 1990 and did all his postgraduate training in O&G in the UK. He became a member of the RCOG in 1995 and obtained a Medical Doctorate from the University of Leeds in 2001. He has been a Consultant in O&G at the Trust since the year 2000.
He worked as a general gynaecologist with an interest in keyhole surgery for the first 10 years then developed an interest in chronic pelvic pain. Since 2014 he has been the lead clinician of the Mid Yorkshire NHS endometriosis centre.
Mr Oboh - Consultant Gynaecologist
Mr Oboh graduated from medical school in 1994, University of Benin Medical school Nigeria. He had his postgraduate training in obstetrics and Gynaecology in the United Kingdom and awarded the CCT in 2008. He has further postgraduate training advanced laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery and medical law.
He was appointed a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist in 2008 at Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (HUTH). At HUTH, He provided gynaecology and obstetrics care for high risk women and also a senior clinical tutor at the Hull and York Medical school.
He joined the Mid Yorkshire endometriosis team as consultant gynaecologist in April 2020.
Joanne Pursglove - Clincial Nurse Specialist - Endometriosis
Joanne qualified as a registered nurse in 2000 from the Huddersfield school of nursing. She worked on the dedicated gynaecology ward at Pontefract caring for elective surgery and acute gynaecology patients. In 2005 she took on the specialist nursing role in Urogynaecology until August 2017.Joanne was part of the Urogynaecology team nominated for BMJ ( British medical journal) award at the Governor Hotel in London 2009.
Since starting the role in August 2017 she has developed more comprehensive patient information leaflets and resources, improved patient contact with a dedicated telephone and email address. Commenced acute, pre and post-operative ward visits, for support and advice. Joanne organised the first information day in association with Endometriosis UK and was also involved in establishing the support group for Wakefield.
Mr Adeshina Fawole - Colorectal surgeon
Mr Fawole graduated from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria in 1991 and had his specialist General and Gastrointestinal Surgical training in Yorkshire and Leicester. He has a Medical Doctorate from the University of Keele and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Edinburgh and Glasgow. He has worked as a substantive Consultant Surgeon at our Trust since 2006. He has a specialist interest in minimal access gastrointestinal surgery.
Mr Mohantha Dooldeniah - Urologist
Mr Dooldeniah studied at Charing Cross and Westminster (Imperial College) and completed basic surgical training on the Hammersmith rotation. He has a PhD in Immunology from the Imperial college. He completed higher surgical training in Yorkshire and was a Consultant in Urology as a pelvic cancer surgeon at Southend Hospital. He returned to our Trust as a Consultant in Urology to set up the minimally invasive cancer service.
Dr Dimple Vyas - Pain management specialist
Dr. Vyas is a Consultant Anaesthetist with special interest in chronic pain management. She has had her undergraduate and postgraduate training in Bombay, India and further training in the UK and has been a consultant for 11 years. Her special interest has been to improve quaility of care for patients suffering from chronic conditions and she has led quality improvement projects and has spent a year at Institute for Healthcare Improvement in Boston, USA towards this.
Mr R Sivakumar - Colorectal surgeon