TG Teoh and Lisa Webber are husband and wife as well as colleagues. TG is an obstetrician and Lisa is a gynaecologist. They have a shared view of treating women as individuals, striving to deliver woman-centre care based on the best available evidence, delivered with respect, kindness and understanding.
Lisa Webber BM BCh MA PhD MRCOG
Consultant Gynaecologist, Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine
Lisa Webber is a consultant gynaecologist and RCOG accredited subspecialist in reproductive medicine at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. She graduated from Oxford University Medical School and later obtained her PhD at Imperial College London, studying the development of preantral follicles in the normal and polycystic ovary. She trained and later worked as a consultant at University College Hospital London before returning to St Mary’s Hospital at Imperial. She specialises in disorders of ovarian follicle development, and all aspects of polycystic ovary syndrome, including the fertility and non-reproductive effects.
Lisa has published in The Lancet, Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, the Journal of Endocrinology and the New England Journal of Medicine. She was a contributing author to the Oxford Textbook of Medicine, the Oxford Textbook of Endocrinology and Diabetes and co-author of a patient information book entitled Infertility: The Facts. She co-chaired the ESHRE guideline on premature ovarian insufficiency.
TG Teoh MD MSc FRCOG MRCPI
Professor of Practice in Obstetrics, Subspecialist in Maternal and Fetal Medicine
He still gets a buzz of excitement every time he delivers a healthy baby to a happy and healthy mother.
To achieve this happy event, he harnesses his more than 20 years’ experience delivering babies in Dublin, Oxford, Toronto and London, together with all the other specialist skills he has obtained along the way in looking after complicated pregnancies like prematurity, multiple births, mothers-to-be with medical conditions or previous complicated births. His research interests encompass all aspects of pregnancy especially the prevention of premature birth which he applies for his patients should the need arise.
He hails from Singapore and believes that every woman who entrusts him with their care deserves one-to-one continuity of care - so vital to building their trust and confidence in him so that they and their partners can face any concerns or challenges together as a team to achieve the best outcome possible.
He has been a consultant at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare Trust in London since 1997. He has established many specialist clinics for challenging pregnancies, providing care for women locally and beyond.