Dr.Bhatti’s present job responsibilities include clinical and senior management role as a lead Consultant for Labour ward and Postnatal care. Dr.Bhatti is lead clinician for maternal age clinic at Kings, which cater for complex older age group pregnancies. She also has specialist maternal medicine joint clinics in Obstetric Rheumatology, Inflammatory bowel disease and neurology. She is a lead clinician for Maternity Critical care, with vision to establish safer childbirth for high risk pregnancies. She has an active interest in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and is a lead clinician for Women health Kings college London medical students’ rotation. Ms.Bhatti is course director for RCOG second stage management operative birth training course and academic lead at British intrapartum care society(BICCS). She is passionate about safer childbirth and reducing maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality. She also delivers lifesaving skills courses for mothers and babies in under resourced African and Asian countries as a faculty member of Liverpool school of Tropical medicine.
Ms.Bhatti is passionate about working along with her patients and facilitating safe childbirth especially for women who are deemed high risk pregnancies. She is strong advocate of maintaining women physical fitness during and after birth. She offers meet and greet opportunities to couples so that they can make a positive choice of birth attendant.
Ms.Bhatti has experience of working with and respecting diverse cultural and religious backgrounds of women.
Ms Bhatti believes in empowering women (high and low risk) with making choices for their birth and supporting them through pregnancy, birth, and postnatal care.
Ms Bhatti believes in providing continuity of care and is contactable 24/7 via email and text messages.