Mr Dale Ojutiku is a Consultant Gynaecologist at Nuffield Health Brentwood Hospital specialising in prolapse surgery, menstrual irregularities, fibroids, urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, endometriosis, perineal care and post childbirth trauma.
Mr Ojutiku was born and raised in London/ Essex then moved to Nigeria as a teenager with his family. He obtained his primary medical degree from the University College Hospital, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
Mr Ojutiku completed his early postgraduate training in the East Midlands and London, working as a Research Fellow in Genito-Urinary Medicine at St Mary’s Hospital, London from 1991- 1992. Having decided to pursue a career in obstetrics and gynaecology, Mr Ojutiku joined the South East Thames rotational training scheme in 1994, becoming a Senior Registrar at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital in 1997.
Mr Ojutiku has a Masters degree in Prenatal Genetics and Foetal Medicine from the University of London and a Postgraduate Diploma in Healthcare Risk Management from Loughborough University in 2008.
Mr Ojutiku was appointed as a substantive consultant at Basildon University Hospital in 2000 and provides a full range of obstetric and gynaecological services.
Mr Ojutiku's gynaecological expertise covers all aspects of bleeding problems and treatments including office gynaecology and hysterectomy with or without keyhole surgery. He also treats adenomyosis, fibroids and all other causes of chronic pelvic pain along with keyhole surgery for endometriosis. He runs a specialist clinic to manage and treat post childbirth pelvic floor trauma which includes labioplasty, Fenton’s procedure and removal of excessive scar tissue. He is an accomplished pelvic floor surgeon offering treatments for complex pelvic floor prolapse. He also manages post-reproductive women’s health and the menopause, Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), family planning and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.
Mr Ojutiku 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.
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.
Mr Ojutiku is a family man with teenage children. He cycles regularly and has participated in the London to Brighton Charity Bike ride twice.
Treatments and tests offered by Mr Dale Ojutiku at Nuffield Health
- Hormone replacement therapy
- Hysterectomy surgery
- Hysteroscopic surgery
- Vaginal prolapse surgery
- Labial reduction (labiaplasty)
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.
Pelvic floor and post childbirth trauma, genital Papilloma virus infection, twin pregnancies, pre-term labour and in-utero origins of adult disease. Laparoscopic diagnosis of pelvic pain - MEDAL Study
Use of Arabin Pessaries in prevention of preterm labour in twins - STOPPIT2 study
- Fellow of Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists
- Fellow of the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare
Other post held
- Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Basildon University Hospital, Mid Essex & South Essex University Hospitals Group
Mr Dale Ojutiku does not hold a share or financial interest in this hospital, another Nuffield Health hospital or the company.
Mr Dale Ojutiku does not have a share or financial interest in equipment used at this hospital or another Nuffield Health hospital.
Mr Dale Ojutiku does not hold any paid advisory role(s) at this hospital or on behalf of Nuffield Health.