Brinkmann Gynaecology

About Dr Brinkmann MBChB FRCOG

Dr Brinkmann has practiced medicine on three continents over the past 20 years, gaining a wealth of knowledge and an appreciation of what constitutes great medicine and excellent patient experience.

Dr Brinkmann’s training began at the University of Cape Town’s world famous Groote Schuur hospital (First in Obstetrics & Gynaecology) followed by Brown University's Women and Infants Hospital and Harvard University's Beth Israel Hospital  in USA.

His specialist training in gynaecology and obstetrics took place in London at King’s College Hospital, affording him unique opportunities to work alongside some of the most respected professors in this field. As a consequence, he has wide experience in the management of all aspects of general gynaecology, including pelvic repair and laparoscopic surgery.

In 2002, Dr Brinkmann became a research fellow in the translational oncology research centre of Imperial Cancer Research Fund (now Cancer Research UK) under the aegis of Professor Ian Jacobs at St Bartholomew’s Hospital. His research focused on a genetic and statistical approach for the diagnosis of dual-site cancers and was published in the respected Journal of the National Cancer Institute. He also participated in the renowned UKCTOCS research trial into ovarian cancer screening, the largest screening programme of its type in the world. 
Dr Brinkmann continued his focus in women’s cancer and completed his sub-specialisation in gynaecological cancer (surgery) in Southampton and Portsmouth in 2005. He authored numerous peer-reviewed publications and presented at major conferences.

Dr Brinkmann is a Consultant at Queen Alexandra NHS Hospital Portsmouth, where he holds several key positions: Clinical lead in gynaecology oncology and Chairman of the multi-disciplinary team for gynaecological oncology where experts from an array of specialities discuss the optimum treatment plan for complex cancer patients.  

Dr Brinkmann led the implementation of robotic surgery for gynaecology at Queen Alexandra Hospital.  He used the robotic system for complex, minimally-invasive operations for malignant female pelvic conditions, such as cancer of the uterus and cervix.  The robotic procedure can help reduce patient discomfort, promote more rapid healing and minimise the impact of surgery on cancer patients.
Dr Brinkmann practices tailored private general and cancer gynaecology at Spire Portsmouth Hospital. He treats women from late teens through to menopause and beyond. His expertise covers a wide range of conditions from prevention and screening, through common gynaecological symptoms to specialist and cancer treatments. Dr Brinkmann is an experienced minimal access (keyhole) surgeon with extensive experience of complex major surgery for gynaecological cancer

Dr Brinkmann is a fellow of the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; a member of the British Gynaecological Cancer Society, the British & Irish Association of Robotic Gynaecological Surgeons and the British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology. He is also deputy chairman of the Medical Advisory Committee at Spire Portsmouth Hospital.

Clinic Locations

Dr Brinkmann’s private clinic is at Spire Portsmouth Hospital.

Spire Portsmouth Hospital

Practice Manager: Charlie Black

Telephone: 023 9245 6078
Fax:  023 9245 6089
Address:  Spire Portsmouth Hospital, Bartons Road, Havant, Hampshire PO9 5NP