We provide a wide range of gynaecology services at University Hospital Lewisham, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Queen Mary’s Hospital and in the Lewisham community. We offer general, specialist and emergency advice and treatment of conditions related to women’s reproductive health.
What services are provided?
Our gynaecology service provides specialist care and clinics in the following areas:
- Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit
- General Gynaecology
- Gynaecological Endocrine
- Hysteroscopy Clinic
- Rapid Access Clinic – Suspected Cancer Services
- Recurrent Miscarriage
Locations and contact details
University Hospital Lewisham
- Gynaecology Outpatient Department,Ground floor, Green Zone, Lewisham High Road, SE13
- Gynaecology reception: 0208 333 3181
- Switchboard: 020 8333 3000
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
- Gynaecology Outpatients Department, Stadium Road, Greenwich, London SE18 4QH
- Gynaecology reception: 0208 836 4897
- Switchboard: 020 8836 6000
Queen Mary's Hospital
- Frognal Avenue, Sidcup, Kent, DA14 6LT
- Switchboard: 020 8302 2678
This clinic is only held on Thursdays. Please check your appointment letter for details.
We run the following clinics in the community:
- The Waldron Health Centre, Amersham Vale, London SE14 6LD
- Downham Leisure Centre, 7-9 Moorside Rd, Bromley BR1 5EP
Please note that due to Covid-19, our community gynaecology clinics are closed until further notice.
Preparing for your appointment
Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions, we ask that you attend your appointment alone where possible. More information about this is available on our Covid-19 and outpatient appointments page. If you require a carer, please contact the department ahead of your appointment to discuss your requirements.
In line with our Trust’s policy, a chaperone is available for all intimate examinations. If someone has accompanied you to your appointment, the clinician will still request that a member of staff acts as chaperone for an intimate examination.
As it is likely you will have a clinical examination, we recommend wearing clothing that is comfortable and easy to remove. Some of our clinics have additional requirements which will be explained on your appointment letter.
Our clinical team are offering telephone and video appointments in addition to face-to-face appointments, so please check your clinic letter carefully to see which type of appointment you have.
Telephone clinic appointments are usually booked within a set time frame (9am-12 midday or 1.30pm-4.30pm) which will be detailed on your clinic letter. It is likely the caller ID will show as a private or withheld number.
Links and instructions to join a video consultation can be found on our video appointments page.
General information about ourpatient appointments can be found on our outpatient appointments page.
During your appointment
The duration of your face-to-face appointment will depend upon your individual needs but on average we allocate 30 minutes for each appointment. As our hospitals are teaching hospitals, medical students may be present during your appointment. However, if you do not wish to have them in the room during your appointment, please let the nurse or doctor know and students can be asked to step outside.
After your appointment
You and your GP will each receive a copy of the clinic letter which summarises your consultation. Follow-up appointments are not given at the time of your appointment but will be arranged as required.