Dr Nick Bedford

With this broad experience, Nick seeks to offer comprehensive care for women with pelvic floor disorders, including prolapse, incontinence and pain.

He also looks after women with menstrual disorders including adenomyosis, endometriosis and fibroids.

Dr Nick Bedford

With this broad experience, Nick seeks to offer comprehensive care for women with pelvic floor disorders, including prolapse, incontinence and pain.

He also looks after women with menstrual disorders including adenomyosis, endometriosis and fibroids.

Profile

Nick is a New Zealand trained Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. For his final year of training, he worked at Monash Medical Centre in Melbourne, before completing a 2-year Fellowship in advanced laparoscopy and pelvic floor repair at Flinders Medical Centre in Adelaide. This gave him focused exposure to a range of different approaches to prolapse repair, including targeted laparoscopic repair where suitable. It also allowed the opportunity to observe Dr Susan Evans, a Gynaecologist and Pain Medicine Specialist who introduced him to pain disorders arising from the pelvic floor.

With this broad experience, Nick seeks to offer comprehensive care for women with pelvic floor disorders, including prolapse, incontinence and pain. He also looks after women with menstrual disorders including adenomyosis, endometriosis and fibroids. Nick specialises in excisional treatments for endometriosis, believing that this allows for more comprehensive treatment.

Qualifications

FRANZCOG | MBChB | DipObst (Distinction)

Meet with Dr Nick Bedford

Nick is the Clinical Lead for Gynaecology at Wellington Hospital, where he also participates in a multidisciplinary pelvic floor clinic, teaches and trains registrars, and is a Senior Clinical Lecturer at Otago Medical School.

Meet with Dr Nick Bedford

Nick is the Clinical Lead for Gynaecology at Wellington Hospital, where he also participates in a multidisciplinary pelvic floor clinic, teaches and trains registrars, and is a Senior Clinical Lecturer at Otago Medical School.

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.