Top award for nurse consultant Debby Holloway

RCN women's health forum chair Debby Holloway awarded honorary fellowship by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Debby Holloway

A nurse consultant has been awarded a fellowship by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) for her 'dedication and achievement' in the field of women's healthcare.

RCN women's health forum chair Debby Holloway was awarded the accolade in a ceremony at the RCOG world congress in June.

The fellowship is only given to non-college members who demonstrate the ‘highest level of dedication and achievement in clinical care, women's healthcare services’.

Ms Holloway is a nurse consultant in gynaecology and teaches at King's College London. Specialising in hysteroscopy, she works with patients who have issues with post-menopausal bleeding as well as carrying out other gynaecological procedures.

She also co-leads a menopause service and clinic at the haemophilia centre at King's College Hospital for women with bleeding disorders and gynaecology problems.


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