Dr Oseme Etomi is a Consultant Rheumatologist and Obstetric Physician in South East London and works across 2 NHS trusts including Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich.
She trained in North-East London, in some of the most prestigious centres for Rheumatology including the Royal Free Hospital (National Centre for Scleroderma and other Connective tissue disorders) and Bart’s and the Royal London (National Centre of inflammatory arthritis and SLE). In 2017, Oseme undertook a clinical fellowship at St Thomas’s Hospital under Professor Nelson Piercy.
Within the field of Obstetric Medicine, her main interest is looking after women with inflammatory diseases and immunosuppression in pregnancy. She runs a weekly inflammatory rheumatic disease and a weekly inflammatory bowel disease clinic in pregnancy.
Oseme has published abstracts and papers on Inflammatory Rheumatic Disease in pregnancy. In 2018 she was awarded the best oral presentation at the international Society of Obstetric Medicine for her work in this field. She was also instrumental in setting up the British Society of Rheumatology Specialist interest group in Pregnancy in 2019. She sits on the advisory board for the Biologics in Rheumatoid arthritis Pregnancy (BiRAP) group and was one of the organisers of the highly successful 12th Rheumapreg Symposium in September 2023 in London.
Her other interests include work on diversity, inclusion and wellbeing. She is the lead for trainee wellbeing in O&G at GSTT. A role she is extremely passionate about.