Dr Pauline Green

Pauline Green has joined the team at CARE Northampton. She joined CARE Fertility in 2019, and holds a keen interest in all aspects of IVF and infertility. She has extensive experience in complicated pregnancies and has further qualifications in obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound. In her previous NHS role, she offered broad gynaecological services including the medical and surgical assessment of women presenting with fertility problems, before gaining specialist experience in reproductive medicine.


Career and Training

Pauline qualified in 1982 and spent a few years in general training before specialising in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Pauline gained her MRCOG in 1997 and was subsequently awarded her Fellowship from the RCOG in 2009. Pauline became a Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2001, specialising in fetomaternal medicine and high risk obstetrics, as well as all aspects of gynaecology at the Wirral Hospital Trust.

Family commitments took her abroad for a few years and Pauline used her previous experience to move to assisted reproduction, joining the team at the Liverpool Women’s Hospital Hewitt Centre in 2013. Previous experience in high risk obstetrics and ultrasound proved invaluable in the assessment of women receiving assisted reproductive techniques. In the Reproductive Medicine Unit in Liverpool, all aspects of assisted reproduction were offered, including fertility preservation, surrogacy, male fertility assessment and donor gamete services.



Over the years Pauline has been involved in national research projects, including being the obstetric research lead at the Wirral Hospital Trust. Pauline has published both in medical journals and as a contributor to books.



Dr Green has experience and expertise in the management of male and female infertility, including treatment of older patients, reduced ovarian reserve, endocrine disorders, recurrent implantation failure and all other aspects of infertility. She also has extensive experience in the management of patients requiring donor eggs and donor sperm. 

She remains dedicated to help her patients achieve the best chances of success.