London Women's Centre
ē Private gynaecological and urogynaecological practice. We offer personalised care to women suffering with pelvic floor and vaginal prolapse, STI's, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, fibroids etc. We have clinics in Surrey, Central and South West London.
Can i request someone else to be present when the doctor is examining me?
Yes. a woman can be accompanied by a relative, friend or nurse when they come to see our consultants. it doesnít matter if itís for a chat or an examination itís important that our patients feel as relaxed as possible when they come to clinics. a chaperone is always present when you are being examined by a consultant.
Are medical students or other doctors being present?
Observing senior doctors and consultants at work is an essential part of training for medical students and trainee doctors. however, itís your decision as to whether they are present during all of your appointments or whether they stay for some and not for others in the nhs. at the london womenís centre there are no trainee doctors or medical students that will deliver your care. your procedures will only be carried out by senior consultants.
How do i see a private gynaecologist or obstetrician?
Your gp will know the names of accredited specialists who undertake private work in your area. they will then send a referral letter to the private clinic and an appointment will be arranged thereafter. alternatively, you can directly contact one of the private hospitals where the london womenís centre delivers care and book an appointment yourself via the hospital’s outpatient departments.
How do i get a second opinion after iíve seen one specialist?
Itís not an uncommon request and itís certainly within your rights to ask for a second opinion. you can either ask the specialist directly or you can ask your general practitioner to arrange it.
Will i see the letters written to my doctor after a consultation?
If, on the other hand, you are happy for your private medical notes to be sent to your gp, then we will follow the nhsí copying correspondence policy. this means that our patients can request to have a copy of all official letters sent to their gp (unless in exceptional circumstances when the doctor doesnít feel that it would be in the patientís interest). this should happen automatically, but to be sure, you can mention this at the time of your consultation.
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UK (Sutton, Surrey) based practice - with 5 branches throughout the UK - providing gynaecological and urogynaecological treatments/consultancy services. Website includes details of treatments provided, "meet the team" page, testimonials, details of business premises, terms and conditions, news section, full contact details.
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