National Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Centre

Registry, Monitoring and Advisory Centre

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What is the National Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Registry, Monitoring and Advisory Centre?

The National Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Registry, Monitoring and Advisory Centre has been set-up to monitor and co-ordinate the follow-up of women who have had a molar pregnancy. It is a service set up by the Health Service Executive, the National Cancer Control Programme and Cork University Maternity Hospital.  It is located at Cork University Maternity Hospital and is the only such centre in Ireland.  After you have been diagnosed with a "Molar Pregnancy" it is very important that your doctor registers your details with us so that we can monitor and take care of you in the best possible way.  Your agreement to this registration will be required.

The National Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Registry, Monitoring and Advisory Centre is managed by a team made up of specialist doctors, nurses and administrative staff.  The information collected about patients is stored electronically in a secure server at CUMH and is only available to specific staff who will treat you and work directly with the Registry.  The GTD Registry is governed by the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1988 (Amended 2003)


Meet The Team

Dr. John Coulter, Consultant Gynaecologist - Clinical Lead

Caitriona Kenneally, Clinical Nurse Specialist

Orlaith Murphy, Clinical Midwife Specialist 

 

 

Last Modified Date: 07/04/2020 17:13:57

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