Simon Edmonds

Lead for Gynaecology


Simon is dual trained in general surgery and gynaecology, with a special interest in the management of severe endometriosis and laparoscopic/minimally invasive surgical techniques in the treatment of pelvic pathology, including laparoscopic hysterectomy and complex adhesions.

He moved to New Zealand in 2010, where he worked for 8 years at Middlemore Hospital in South Auckland, as the lead for minimally invasive surgery and as clinical lead in gynaecology 2011-2014. He was the Training Programme Director for the Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopy Society (AGES) 2-year training fellowship, one of only 2 such accredited hospitals in NZ. He left the public system in 2018 and now works solely at Ascot Central Women’s Clinic. 

He is the NZ board member for AGES (2015-2019) and is lead for gynaecology on the Clinical Advisory Board at Mercy/Ascot Hospitals in Auckland. He is also a member of the Endometriosis Specialists Advisory Group of the charitable trust Endometriosis NZ.