Gynaecology, Planned Care Centre

Our experienced gynaecology team perform surgical procedures for all types of gynaecologic conditions, including the removal of fibroids, treatment of polycystic ovaries, endometriosis, cervical polyps and ovarian cyst removal, perineal repair, vulval and perineal lesions, biopsy of the vulva and the dissection of adhesions. Specialists also perform various reproductive endocrinology (infertility) procedures and advanced endometriosis surgery.

Most investigations including hysteroscopy, urodynamics, ultrasound, colposcopy and blood tests are available on site.

This service is operating as a fully staffed 5-day theatre service and 7-day ward area.

Our Planned Care Centre has 32 surgical beds across two ward areas. Surgery registration takes place in our Surgical Admissions Lounge in Mottingham Ward and after surgery patients return to Avery Hill Ward, located in the Planned Care Centre on the 4th floor in the Main Building.

New services for patients include a one-stop clinic for the treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding, including Diagnostic Hysteroscopy; treatment of Endometriosis; Flexible Cystoscopy and Botox for overactive bladder and a new Fertility Clinic.

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Planned Care Centre, Outpatients, Main Building, 1st Floor

Planned Care Centre, Surgical Pre-assessment Unit - Main Building, 1st Floor

Planned Care Centre, Mottingham Ward - Main Building, 4th Floor

Planned Care Centre, Avery Hill Ward– Main Building, 4th Floor

020 8302 2678

How to refer:

All available Gynaecology Outpatient Clinics are listed on the NHS e-Referral system. To refer patients to any of our services, please use the NHS e-Referral system (or Bexley Health Referral Management System) where patients will be offered the next available appointment within a day of a referral.

In the case that the Trust cannot provide an immediate appointment, 'Defer to Provider' can be selected and the patient will be contacted within 48 hours for an appointment.

Suspected cancers should be referred using the rapid-access Cancer Pathway referral form for an appointment within 2 weeks.