Mr Dale Ojutiku


  • Specialities Gynaecology
  • Telephone 01277 695 695
  • Year of first qualification 1985
  • Email
  • Languages spoken


  • GMC Number 4086068
  • Fax 01277 261 924


Mr Ojutiku was appointed as a substantive consultant at Basildon University Hospital in 2000 and provides a full range of obstetric and gynaecological services.

He offers treatment for heavy menstrual bleeding, fibroids, polyps, ovarian cysts, pelvic pain, endometriosis, prolapse, urinary incontinence (weak bladder) and management of the menopause.  Available treatments include: laparoscopic surgery, hysterectomy, myomectomy, prolapse repair, bladder neck support surgery, hysteroscopy and surgery for post childbirth problems.

He has also been a trainer for Novasure as one of the reference centres for the East of England and has recently accepted a similar role for the introduction of Myosure for the treatment of submucosal fibroids.

Mr Ojutiku performs the following treatments at Nuffield Health Brentwood Hospital:


  • Bi Weekly Tuesday 08:00-13:00


Current posts

  • Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


Other interests

In addition to his general gynaecological remit Mr Ojutiku runs a Perineal Care Clinic where he reviews women with post childbirth problems including 3rd/4th degree perineal tears, bladder and bowel problems, difficulty with intercourse and perineal pain/ disfigurement.

Personal interests

Mr Ojutiku is a family man with teenage children.  He cycles regularly and has participated in the London to Brighton Charity Bike ride twice.  

Member of

  • Fellow of Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists
  • Fellow of the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare


In his postgraduate training Mr Ojutiku wrote original research articles on The Barker Hypothesis (ie The in utero origin of adult disease) and the Human Error Theory in relation to medical errors and clinic risk. He has also peer reviewed publications on Fibronectin and induction of labour, subarachnoid haemorrhage in pregnancy, nuchal translucency, and structured training in perineal repair for midwives.