What we do
Usually you are seen within an outpatient clinic setting where a full medical history and an examination will take place. At some specialist clinics, such as the post-menopausal bleeding clinic, the doctor will also perform diagnostic tests such as a scan or a hysteroscopy. Full information will be given to you within your appointment letter.
- Gynaecology cancer
- Termination of pregnancy.
We provide colposcopy clinics you will attend following an irregular smear test, or as a referral from your GP. You may also be referred into our infertility clinic if you are experiencing problems conceiving. We run uro-gynaecology clinics to assess women with urological and gynaecological symptoms, such as urinary incontinence.
Our early pregnancy assessment unit sees women experiencing pain or bleeding in pregnancy of less than 20 weeks gestation. Women with a history of recurrent miscarriage or previous ectopic/molar pregnancies are also seen here.
Our Endometriosis centre has been awarded national accreditation and is recognised as a Centre of Excellence.
When you first visit us, this is usually within our gynaecology outpatients department. At Scunthorpe General Hospital, you are admitted to Ward 19. If you do not need to stay in overnight, we have a purpose-built day surgery unit.
Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital
Scunthorpe General Hospital
Gynaecology Assessment Unit (GAU) 03033 303018. Open: 24 hours a day, seven days a week
Early Pregnancy Unit (EPU) 03033 302052. Open: Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm.