Professional Membership Organization for Medical Professionals

ECCG’s activities include coming out with educational materials for patients, providing practice management and career support for doctors, facilitating programs and initiatives aimed at improving training in Cosmetic Gynaecology for the providers, and advocating on behalf of members as well as patients.

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Affiliation & Partnership with ICCG

ECCG recognises and respects the fact that the only University Program in Cosmetic Gynaecology has been established in India at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Rishikesh where a M.Ch. program which is a 3 years post-doctoral fellowship residency program started in year 2019 under the Division of Reconstructive & Cosmetic Gynaecology. Professor Navneet Magon has been heading the Division from the day of its formation. In India, an Indian College of Cosmetic Gynaecology ( has also been under existence now, which serves as the premier teaching / training institute in Cosmetic Gynaecology and Pr. Navneet Magon is also elected to be the Honorary Dean of this College.

Because of lack of any other such university teaching program in the world, it becomes obvious that if ECCG has to associate itself academically with any institute in the world, it needs the help and support of teachers of Cosmetic Gynaecology who have been instrumental in setting up of university fellowship program in India. In understanding of the President of ECCG, it shall be extremely valuable for the ECCG to work in close liaison with ICCG which shall help members of ECCG as well as the training courses of ECCG stand on a strong academic footing. In view of this invaluable contribution from India of establishing Cosmetic Gynaecology as a subspecialty globally and the role of Professor Navneet Magon in this, ECCG presently works in close affiliation and partnership with Indian College of Cosmetic Gynecology. ICCG is the authorised body to conduct training programs and membership examination for ECCG in whole of Asia, Africa, Middle-East & Europe. Also, ECCG has decided to follow the guidelines issued for ICCG for five years, i.e. till 2026 initially, as ECCG strongly believes that the best must be followed to provide the best to its members.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Excellence in Cosmetic Gynaecology

ECCG is committed to creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture of excellence among our membership, fellowship, leadership, and staff. Working in close partnership with ICCG, ECCG envisages to work toward meaningful change by striving to change the culture of practice of Cosmetic Gynaecology and eliminate inequities in the health care delivery and outcomes in the field of Cosmetic Gynaecology. By virtue of our partnership with ICCG, we understand that to truly achieve these changes it is essential that the culture of our membership, leadership, and fellowship is diverse, equitable, and inclusive. We duly recognize that there is much work to be done – and that this work is critical to ensuring that we are able to most effectively address the complex challenges facing our members working in multiple clinical settings, their patients, and women’s health.