Dr Simon Edmonds
Simon graduated from St Thomas’ Hospital Medical School in London in 1993, having also undertaken a BSc in Anatomy. He has dual Fellowships from The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (FRCSEd) and The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, England (FRCOG).
He moved to New Zealand in 2011 to work at Middlemore Hospital in South Auckland, where he is the ex-clinical lead in gynaecology (2011-2014) and head of the minimal access surgery department. Simon’s focus is in complex laparoscopic surgery, in particular for the treatment of severe endometriosis, focusing on fertility and rectal sparing surgery.
He is the Training Programme Director for the AGES 2 year advanced training Fellowship. He is involved in laparoscopic training courses for trainees and other consultants. He is a member of the Endometriosis Specialist Interest Group of the charitable trust Endometriosis NZ and sits on the Clinical Advisory Board at Mercy/Ascot Hospitals in Auckland.