Urgent access to gynaecology clinics following GP referral
All referrals must be made via your GP. We do not offer a walk in service at any of our clinics.
If you require an urgent appointment your GP will refer you to us, and you will be triaged appropriately depending on the service you need.
Fast track clinic
Our fast track clinic is for suspected cancer patients. Women are seen within the two week wait pathway with symptoms such as post-menopausal bleeding or abdominal masses.
Routine gynaecology clinic
Women with non-urgent referrals are seen for general gynaecology problems such as heavy or painful periods, fibroids and pelvic pain.
A hysteroscopy is a procedure during which the inside of the uterus (womb) is examined using a thin narrow type tube called a hysteroscope. It can help to give a clear diagnosis of problems you are experiencing and help to decide the right treatment for you.
Colposcopy is a special method of looking at the cervix (the neck of the womb) with a microscope. We run colposcopy clinics on both sites as part of the NHS Cervical Screening Programme which aims to reduce the number of women who develop invasive cervical cancer by detecting and treating early abnormalities usually detected by a smear test.
Continence and urodynamic service
We have specialist urogynaecology consultants who provide clinics for women with continence problems. This enables us to establish the best method of treating your problem.
For more information, visit the urogynaecology webpage.
Our specialist fertility consultants at Princess Royal Hospital run this clinic for women and their partners who are experiencing difficulties conceiving and hormonal problems (this is not an assisted conception service).
Recurrent miscarriage clinic
Women who have had three or more consecutive miscarriages, are seen by our specialist consultants that investigate possible causes of your miscarriage. They will also monitor you closely during any subsequent pregnancies.
Minor procedure clinic
Small procedures are carried out here often under local anesthetic inclusion of an intrauterine device (IUD).