Mr Angus McIndoe

Mr Angus McIndoe

Consultant Gynaecologist and Gynaecological Oncologist

Mr Angus McIndoe is one of the foremost UK consultants working in the field of Gynaecological Oncology today. A New Zealand native, Mr McIndoe qualified in 1980, after which time he moved to the UK to take up a position at the Whittington Hospital in London. It was there that he gained general surgical training and experience, including a clinical research fellowship at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund under Professor Peter Beverley – subsequently leading to a PhD.

Mr McIndoe is now a recognised leader in the field of colposcopy. He is a fully trained and accredited gynaecological oncologist and was lead in both these areas at Imperial College Healthcare for many years. He has worked at The Wellington Hospital, The London Clinic, The Portland Hospital, The Lindo Wing of St Mary’s, and The Sainsbury wing at The Hammersmith.

In addition, Mr McIndoe has published several papers in colposcopy and the related field of HPV, and has trained many colposcopists for practice both within the United Kingdom and abroad. He has been widely published.

Mr McIndoe is a member of the British Medical Association, British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology, British Gynaecological Cancer Society, Royal Society of Medicine, British and Irish Association of Robotic Gynaecological Surgeons, Society of European Robotic Gynaecological Surgery, and London Consultants Association.

Robotic credentials:

Mr McIndoe is recognised as both a leader and pioneer in robotic gynaecological surgery for benign surgery and for gynaecological oncology. He was one of the early surgeons in the field and has performed a wide range of procedures using the Da Vinci robotic system. Mr McIndoe has worked as a mentor and trainer with surgeons beginning their robotic programmes in the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, France and Switzerland. Mr McIndoe has pioneered the use of single site robotic surgery, which uses only port through the umbilicus for the whole robotic system. He performed the first single site hysterectomy in the UK and will be the first in Europe to use the new wristed needle driver for the single site system. Additionally, he mentors other surgeons across Europe in Single Site techniques.

His qualifications include: 

BSc – Auckland 1974
MB ChB – Auckland 1980
FRCS – England 1985
MRCOG – London 1987
PhD – London 1993