Main telephone number:
020 8401 3000

Gynaecology

We treat all the varieties of gynaecological conditions including the medical and surgical treatment for pelvic pain, endometriosis, vulval diseases, vaginal and cervical conditions, fibroids and ovarian cysts.

Services provided include:

  • Colposcopy  (examination of the cervix)
  • Endometrial ablation (a surgical treatment for heavy periods)
  • Fibroid embolisation (a non-surgical way of treating fibroids in the womb)
  • Myomectomy (surgical removal of fibroids)
  • Hysteroscopy (examination of the womb)
  • Just Live Well - Lifestyle and Wellbeing Service
  • Perineal and third degree tear clinics
  • VBAC – support for women who have had a caesarean section previously but wish to deliver any subsequent babies vaginally.


We also provide oncology (cancer), colposcopy (examination of the cervix) and fertility services.

The out-patient gynaecology clinic is situated in the Woodcroft wing and has a separate entrance from Woodcroft Road.

Some gynaecology services such as colposcopy and hysteroscopy are provided in a separate Women’s Unit.

There is also an Early Pregnancy Unit which provides ultrasound and assessment of all early pregnancy complications and is reached through the Women’s Unit.

Inpatient care is delivered on Queen’s 2 ward.

We also provide highly a specialised fully integrated uro-gynaecology service based in the Lancaster Suite in the Silver zone of the hospital.

It provides a holistic approach to problems with the pervic organs and pelvic floor to avoid multiple consultations. We are at the forefront of research, provide an urogynaecology subspecialty training programme and hold international courses in perineal trauma and ultrasound.

Our team was awarded the prestigious 2005 UK Hospital Doctor Continence Team of the Year. 

Appointments

What do I do if I haven’t received my appointment yet?

Telephone the relevant department (see your appointment letter or contact details below

What do I do if I want to change or cancel an appointment?

Telephone the relevant department.  With some clinics you may be able to cancel your appointment via our individual department cancellation email addresses, which is on your appointment letter.

What should I bring to my appointment?

Your appointment letter giving directions to the department and important phone numbers in case you are delayed.  The letter will also have all the necessary information on what to bring with you, if anything is needed.

What time should I arrive for my appointment?

Ten minutes before your appointment time so that you can book in at reception (there may be a queue).  If you need to arrive any earlier your appointment letter will make that clear.

Contact Us

Please call 020 8401 3983 or email CH-TR.obsgynaequeries@nhs.net

 

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