For the last 20 years he has worked around Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone as a consultant and is a member of the BMS, BSUG and EUGA; all major figures in the European and UK gynaecological sphere.
For an experienced surgeon or consultant look no further.
Having qualified from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London, Rowan undertook research across a large number of fields within women's health.
His extensive training has given him the knowledge required to provide the highest quality treatment available.
Looking for a highly professional experience? Want to know you are in good hands from the beginning of treatment and consultation all the way through to the recovery stage?
See below how previous patients have rated Rowan's service, and how he can help you too.
“ Mr. Connell is a real expert in his field and I am really happy I had him perform my operation. I can't fault him at all!”
“ In my consultation with Mr Connell, I found him very professional, caring and understanding with my problem.
I am very grateful to him for his help and would highly recommend him.”
I received the very best of care from Mr Connell and would thoroughly recommend him. Very professional and caring to put me at ease whilst reassuring me.
Have symptoms but uncertain what that means? Not sure what comes with a particular condition? Or just want to find out more information on anything regarding women's health? The conditions section has all the information you might need on all gynaecological conditions; including details on treatments and links to in-depth resources to keep your mind at ease.
Whatever the problem may be, there are treatments to help you. From diet and lifestyle advice from Katie Peck, to surgical procedures from Rowan himself, there is a path to full health for a multitude of issues.
Find out where to get treated in our locations section. Rowan is currently working from a number of locations within Kent, so getting an appointment is easy. If you wish for a phone consultancy then please get in touch.
Rowan Connell's breakdown of endometriosis.
Rowan describes the condition adenomyosis.
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