Dr Muna Noori

London-based Private Consultant Obstetrician



Dr Muna Noori is a Consultant Obstetrician and Sub-Specialist in Maternal and Fetal Medicine. She works at Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, where she is also Head of Service for Obstetrics.

​Dr Noori graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine, London and went on to complete specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in London and the North West Thames region. During this time, she undertook postgraduate research and was awarded her PhD by Imperial College, London. Her thesis examined the mechanisms that underlie the development of pre-eclampsia and high blood pressure in pregnancy, and she continues to maintain her research interests in maternal medicine.

Dr Noori underwent sub-specialist training in Maternal and Fetal medicine at the de Swiet Obstetric Medicine Centre and the Centre for Fetal Care, Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital, London.


Dr Noori is passionate about Obstetrics and takes pride in providing a high standard of care and a positive patient experience. She is an advocate for patient choice and encourages couples to be involved in planning their birth experience.  Her extensive experience in maternal medicine and high risk pregnancy care has equipped her with the skills to normalise pregnancy and childbirth whenever possible. 

Her experience in pre-pregnancy counselling and caring for women with a previous traumatic birth experience, will ensure that pregnancy care is individualised and that the chosen delivery method  is most appropriate for the woman's circumstances. She also supports women who opt for vaginal birth after Caesarean section.  

Special Interests

  • Pre-Pregnancy Planning 

  • Maternal medicine including:

             -  high blood pressure

             -  pre-eclampsia

             -  obstetric cholestasis (OC)

             -  gestational diabetes

             -  thyroid disease

  • Advanced Labour Ward Practice

  • Fetal scans​

​            - dating scans

            -  growth scans

  • High risk pregnancy

  • Low risk pregnancy

  • Previous traumatic birth

  • Postnatal complications


Schedule of Care

Low Risk Pregnancies


A typical schedule of care would include antenatal appointments at <10, 12 , 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 34, 35, 36, then weekly until delivery.

Dr Noori performs a fetal wellbeing assessment scan at each appointment (excluding the nuchal scan at 12 weeks and the anomaly scan at 20 weeks), or a formal growth scan can be performed for an additional fee.  

High risk pregnancies

More complex pregnancies occasionally require closer monitoring so additional appointments may become necessary to supplement the schedule of care outlined above.

Postnatal Care

After the birth of your baby, you will be reviewed daily until you are discharged from hospital.

A postnatal check is usually arranged 4-6 weeks following delivery, or at an alternative agreed time,


Practice Locations

Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital

Du Cane Road


W12 0HS


+44 (0) 20 3311 7700

The Portland Hospital for Women and Children

205-209 Great Portland Street




+44 (0) 20 3642 2365

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