Miss Rabia Zill-E-Huma

Consultant Obstetrician

Qualifications

MBBS, MRCOG

Secretary Contact Details

Tel: 01438 285508

Division

Women’s and Children’s

Specialty

Obstetrics

Sub-Specialty

Maternal medicine, high risk obstetrics, perinatal mental health

Hospital Base

Lister

Clinic Locations

Lister (Bancroft clinic)

Biography

Miss Rabia Zill-e-Huma joined the trust as a consultant obstetrician in June 2017. She received her obstetrics and gynaecology training at East of England Deanery and trained in prestigious maternity units including Reading, Hull, Newcastle and UCLH. She completed higher training in maternal medicine at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge and University College London Hospital with obstetric physician Dr David Williams.

Her special interests include maternal medicine, perinatal mental health and high risk obstetrics. She is a lead clinician for women with HIV and hepatitis in pregnancy and has developed regular HIV MDTs. She also runs a perinatal mental health clinic jointly with consultant psychiatrist Dr Sarah Cohen at Lister.

She is a lead clinician of the obstetrics guidelines committee, which ensures review and update of evidence based guidelines in the department. Her research experience includes participation in studies of pre-eclampsia, placental physiology and diabetes at Cambridge and has also developed collaboration with national research studies at Lister.

Miss Zill-e-Huma has a great passion for teaching and training. She authors the obstetrics and gynaecology section of online app DEM DX, a diagnostic companion used by medical students and healthcare in more than 170 countries. She is a regular faculty member of MRCOG OSCE and simulation courses in Cambridge and London.

Miss Zill-e-Huma is dedicated to provide a caring and holistic approach. She believes in principles of co-production in healthcare wherein patients and professionals work in collaboration and partnership, engaging women in their own care, providing comprehensive care including pre-conception and postnatal advice.