Lynne Chapman

Consultant Gynaecologist

Lynne is a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and also holds a BSc in Neuroscience. She graduated from University College London Medical School in the year 2000. She has been working at the cutting edge of reproductive medicine at a number of high-profile clinics in London for many years. Lynne has experienced the emotional as well as physical aspects of IVF having had children through assisted conception herself. Her experience has given her the insights to be able to provide the highest standard of personalised care for her patients. She currently performs fertility procedures at the Lister Hospital, Chelsea and takes consultations in Beaconsfield and Wimpole Street.

Her extensive personal, professional and clinical experience gives her a unique insight into the challenges of the fertility journey.

Lynne began her training at University College London Medical School and went on to work in obstetrics and gynaecology at University College and Whittington hospitals. At The Royal Free Hospital London, Lynne was a Fellow in Minimal Access Surgery. She has published several related scientific papers and given presentations on the subject.

Lynne has also acted as a specialist in reproductive medicine for the Centre for Reproductive and Genetic Health (CRGH), the Assisted Reproduction and Gynaecology Centre (ARGC), IVI RMA UK, The Lister and LCRH.

Lynne extends a compassionate and diversity-positive approach to all. She offers a full range of treatment options for the modern family. Her approach combines clinical experience in gynaecology, obstetrics, urology, embryology, reproductive surgery and counselling to guide couples and individuals who have encountered difficulties with conception.

She has a wide range of experience helping those with previously failed IVF cycles, low ovarian reserves, recurrent pregnancy loss, PCOS, endometriosis, fibroids and male-factor subfertility. Lynne is also passionate about enabling, supporting and educating women about the possibilities of preserving their fertility with egg freezing at a younger age.