Dr Daisy Wildash

Daisy is a New Zealand trained Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. With a special interest in colposcopy, Daisy also sees women with general gynecological problems.

Dr Daisy Wildash

Daisy is a New Zealand trained Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. With a special interest in colposcopy, Daisy also sees women with general gynecological problems.

Profile

Daisy is a New Zealand-trained Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. While making patients feel at ease with her kind and caring manner and effective communication, she also aims to empower women helping them understand what they are going through.

With a special interest in colposcopy, Daisy participates in quality assurance activity to monitor outcomes in both diagnostic and therapeutic colposcopy. She has excellent working relationships with fellow colposcopists, nurses, and pathologists to ensure up-to-date and sound clinical practice.

Daisy also sees women with general gynaecological problems such as pelvic pain, menstrual problems, and ovarian cysts. While working towards her Diploma of Diagnostic Ultrasound, she is able to perform an ultrasound during the consultation to give good comprehensive care.

In her spare time, Daisy enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children. Windy Wellington is a wonderful place to explore especially when it has the best coffee in the world. 

Qualifications

FRANZCOG | PGDipOMG | MBChB | BSc

Meet with Dr Daisy Wildash

As well as private work, Daisy also works at Wellington Public Hospital and is the clinical coordinator for Mortality and Morbidity Meetings for both Maternity and Gynaecological Services at Capital & Coast District Health Board (CCDHB). She also remains up-to-date with the latest evidence-based medicine through maintaining and writing guidelines and policies for Women’s Health at CCDHB. She enjoys teaching and is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Otago Wellington School of Medicine.

Meet with Dr Daisy Wildash

As well as private work, Daisy also works at Wellington Public Hospital and is the clinical coordinator for Mortality and Morbidity Meetings for both Maternity and Gynaecological Services at Capital & Coast District Health Board (CCDHB). She also remains up-to-date with the latest evidence-based medicine through maintaining and writing guidelines and policies for Women’s Health at CCDHB. She enjoys teaching and is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Otago Wellington School of Medicine.

Teamwork

We all have a variety of expert skills and clinical knowledge – we work together and with our patients to achieve their treatment goals.

Up-to-date technology

We are up-to-date in terms of technology and modern methods of investigation and treatment, and continue to maintain this level of advanced service.

Minimal approach

We have the ability and expertise to manage surgical procedures using minimal access approaches. This includes using keyhole surgery wherever possible.