A Little Bit About Us
Sheffield Private Pregnancy Care is run by Professor Anumba Dilly and Mr Jokhi Roobin, Consultants in Obstetrics and specialists in Maternal and Fetal Medicine at the Jessop Wing Maternity Unit in Sheffield, part of the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
Together, they have nearly 40 years experience in women’s health care and pregnancy.
They have had extensive experience of high risk and normal pregnancy.
We provide a flexible package of antenatal care for women who wish to have the reassurance of seeing highly trained specialists who would provide a wide range of services from the pre-conceptual period through to labour and delivery. Packages are available for those who wish to have care from early in pregnancy through to the end as well as those who would like the reassurance of some additional scans in the latter part of their pregnancy. We offer a relaxed environment with patients given time for consultations and visits at their convenience as well as the latest in ultrasound technology to see their baby as it grows and develops.
Meet The Doctors
Professor Dilly Anumba
Professor Dilly Anumba is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Sheffield Medical School, and Consultant Obstetrician Gynaecologist with Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He also holds additional specialist qualifications in Maternal and Fetal Medicine.
He moved to Sheffield to take up a Consultant post after completing his specialist and research training in Newcastle upon Tyne in 2001.
Professor Anumba runs Pregnancy Care clinics and services including specialised clinics in Prenatal Diagnosis and Fetal Therapy, Prematurity Prevention, and Maternal Medicine. He has particular expertise in ultrasonography and is the pioneer and Course Director of the highly popular Sheffield Fetal Biometry Courses that attract national and international doctor delegates from Ireland, the Middle East and Africa.
He has published over 100 peer-reviewed journal papers and abstracts in top medical journals, and book chapters on topics relating to pregnancy care and Women’s health issues. Some of his work has explored the factors that influence the bond between a mother and her yet-to-born child. Professor Anumba is highly research active and leads many funded research projects investigating several aspects of human pregnancy, including novel techniques to predict and thus mitigate premature birth.
He serves on several professional and research bodies in Women’s Health and is reviewer to major national and international Reproductive Health Journals, Research boards and Charities.
Professor Dilly Anumba
MBBS, FWACS, MD, MRCOG, LLM Medical Law
Mr Roobin Jokhi
Mr Roobin Jokhi graduated from the University of Sheffield and trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in Nottingham and Sheffield.
He has a 1st Class Honours degree for his research into Reproductive Biology and has more recently conducted postgraduate research into innovative ways of predicting the factors influencing labour and delivery. He has also published work on the possible causes of pre-term labour as well as the factors influencing timing and prediction of induced labour, working closely in conjunction with Professor Dilly Anumba.
Roobin is an RCOG (Royal College of Gynaecologists) accredited specialist in Maternal and Fetal Medicine and runs specialist clinics in prenatal diagnosis, with extensive experience of both normal and high risk pregnancies.
Roobin has a keen interest in women with more complex medical disorders, particularly kidney disease but also runs clinics for women with other medical problems including endocrine and connective tissue disease.
His private practice at encompasses all areas of scanning and advice during pregnancy using state of the art scanning equipment.