Thank you ever so much for giving me my life back. I can now plan ahead for holidays without worrying about whether or not I will be well enough to go
Thank you very much for successfully repairing my second prolapse. I am extremely grateful and appreciative of all you have done, and really can never thank you enough. Your skill and manner are both outstanding.
I would like you to know that I appreciate your early phone call to rescue me from my hell on earth. You are a credit to your profession and humanity.
Welcome to Jonathan Broome
Jonathan Broome MB ChB, MRCOG is one of the UK’s leading experts in gynaecological health. Over his extensive career, he has worked with many hundreds of women of all ages who experience gynaecological problems, helping to restore their quality of life.
Because gynaecological issues are common, Mr Broome has built up considerable experience in the treatment of a range of conditions including abnormal periods, urinary incontinence, endometriosis and pelvic pain.
Mr Broome practices at BMI The Beaumont Hospital in Bolton where he is supported by a highly trained, multidisciplinary team including specialist nurses and physiotherapists. All patients are cared for in a calm, professional environment, which is equipped with first class investigative and operative equipment.
Gynaecological problems can be extremely debilitating – they can interrupt even the smallest tasks of everyday life. Many women say they feel like a brand new person having received effective and personalised treatment at the clinic. Mr Broome combines a kind, sympathetic approach with absolute discretion and professionalism when talking to his patients about a subject that is usually very private.
Jonathan Broome is a renowned specialist in keyhole surgery having successfully treated over 1000 cases of prolapse in this way. Mr Broome’s pioneering technique led to the first woman in the world being able to have a child after surgery for a prolapsed womb. Subsequently, 3 other ladies have proceeded to have children after this Sacrohysteropexy procedure.
Mr Jonathan Broome received his initial medical training at the University of Birmingham Medical School, qualifying in 1989. He went on to complete postgraduate specialisation in obstetrics, gynaecology and urogynaecology at St Mary’s Hospital in Manchester. He then gained further technical expertise in the area of endoscopic gynaecology during a two-year fellowship at the Royal Hospital for Women in Sydney, Australia. In 2000, he joined the Royal Bolton Hospital as a Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology with a subspecialism in urogynaecology.
As well as maintaining his clinical commitments, Mr Broome is committed to training the next generation of practitioners, passing on his experience to postgraduates and nursing staff. He also continues clinical research into his specialist areas, which include urogynaecology, urinary incontinence, pelvic floor repair, and minimal access surgery. He has also published in excess of 30 papers in peer-reviewed publications and has been invited as an expert in urogynaecology to institutions all over the world.
He is a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, the International Continence Society, the International Urogynaecological Association, and the British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy.