ABOUT DR. JACQUELINE BAMFO Consultant Obstetrician, Subspecialist in Maternal Fetal Medicine MBBS BSc DFFP, MRCOG MD (Res) RCR/RCOG Diploma in Obstetric Ultrasound
Dr Bamfo is a Consultant Obstetrician and accredited Subspecialist in Maternal Fetal Medicine practicing at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital.
Dr Bamfo is the Lead for Fetal Medicine and Antenatal Screening at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital. In addition to her Fetal Medicine clinics, she has set up the pre-term birth screening service and is a co-lead of the risk management team.
Dr Bamfo is the Director of Aster Women's Health.
Dr Bamfo graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine and did her specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in London and Manchester. She has worked at prestigious hospitals including Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital, Royal Free Hospital, Barnet Hospital, University College Hospital, King's College Hospital amongst others. She undertook a 3-year research fellowship at Harris Birthright Research Centre for Fetal Medicine, King's College Hospital, under the supervision of the world renowned Professor Kypros Nicolaides, successfully obtaining her Doctor of Medicine (MD) Research at the University of London.
Dr Bamfo completed Sub-specialty training in Maternal Fetal Medicine at Central Manchester University Hospital. Dr Bamfo has the Fetal Medicine Foundation certificates of competency in nuchal translucency measurement and cervical length measurement.
Dr Bamfo has published in peer-review journals and was Trainee Editor at the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology for 8 years. She has reviewed for Journal of International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ISUOG). Dr Bamfo currently participates in research studies and organises ultrasound based courses in her Hospital. Dr Bamfo enjoys her family time and is a mother of a lovely little boy.
Dr Bamfo scans parents to be at The Aster Baby Scan Clinic in Dunstable, within easy access of Milton Keynes via the MI and A5.
“I was a fourth year medical student when I was first introduced to maternal fetal medicine.
I learnt that pregnancy scans offered a unique insight into how the baby was developing at each stage of pregnancy and provided an
opportunity to intervene when things were not going as expected in high risk pregnancies.
I saw the challenges that some expectant parents experienced during their pregnancy journey and also the joy of bonding
between expectant parents when seeing their unborn babies.
Today I remain committed and passionate about providing exceptional informed and compassionate care to expectant parents
and their unborn babies, always being sensitive and respectful of their wishes.”