We provide a range of investigations, medical and surgical treatments to women presenting with gynaecology problems both as planned and emergency encounters.
Our fertility clinic offers assessment and treatment to men and women with fertility problems and patients who present for fertility preservation prior to cancer treatments or gender reassignment.
Our women’s health unit offers outpatient assessment and treatments for early cancer detection, urogynaecology issues, and colposcopy.
Our services include:
- Gynaecology inpatient ward
- Gynaecology Emergency service
- Urogynaecology clinic including assessment and treatment of vaginal MESH patients
- Rapid access clinics
- Termination of Pregnancy (TOP) service
- Early Pregnancy Assessment clinic (EPAC)
We run several nurse-led services across gynaecology and fertility and many of our nurses have extended roles such as pelvic ultrasound scanning, colposcopy, urodynamics, fertility assessment and treatment, implications counselling for termination of pregnancy, miscarriage, and fertility preservation.
Our gynaecology services are based at the Royal Victoria Infirmary.
The Fertility Clinic is at the Centre for Life.
7.30am–8pm, 7.30am to 3.30pm, 12pm to 8pm, 7.30pm to 8am
8am to 5pm, 8am to 11.30am (half day) and 11.30am to 7.30pm
EPAC/TOP/Women’s Health Unit
8am to 4pm
All of our new staff have a minimum of 8 weeks preceptorship and will undergo competency-based assessments in their new roles. Depending on experience, with a competency based assessment.
Matron Eilis Moody – Gynaecology and Reproductive Medicine
Telephone: 0191 2820527