Gynaecological Operations & Procedures


Expert and experienced surgeons will provide a comprehensive range of cutting-edge procedures and operative treatments for your gynaecological needs.

For some conditions, minor surgery under local anaesthesia may be required. If an overnight stay or more complex surgery is planned, we are able to offer a choice of local hospitals.

Treatment within women's health is one of the most rapidly advancing technological areas of medicine. In keeping with this, much of the treatment offered utilises minimally invasive techniques, which often result in a shorter inpatient stay and recovery period. Where possible, we endeavour to use such (keyhole) techniques, to reduce pain after surgery and ensure a rapid return to normal activities.

Whichever procedure you may be considering, please rest assured that we have a keen understanding of the very personal decision you are about to make or have already made. We offer you total discretion and privacy at all times, to ensure that you are fully informed and happy with everything, leading right up to the day your procedure is performed and beyond.

Diagnostic Procedures

  •  Laparoscopy
  • Hysteroscopy
  • Cystoscopy
  • Smears and colposcopy
  • Scanning
  • Hysterosalpingography
  • Ovarian age (reserve) testing
  • Sperm test
  • Urodynamics testing

Gynaecology Cancer Surgery

  • Ovarian/Uterine/Cervical/Vulval Cancer
  • Fertility sparing operation - Trachelectomy
  • Laparoscopic Wertheim's
  • Hysterectomy
  • Genetic risk reducing surgery
  • Surgery for recurrent cancer (Exenteration)
  • Colposcopy and Loop Conisation

Laparoscopic Pelvic Surgery

  • Hysterectomy
  • Ovarian cystectomy / Oopherectomy
  • Laparoscopic treatment of Endometriosis
  • Hysteroscopy and treatment of menstrual dysfunction
  • Endometrial ablation
  • Polypectomy

Incontinence Surgery

  • Tension free vaginal tape (TVT) operation
  • Transobturator tape (TOT) operation
  • Colposuspension
  • Bladder neck injection
  • Botox injection into bladder

Vaginal and Uterine Prolapse

  • Vaginal hysterectomy
  • Vaginal repair
  • Colposacropexy / Sacrohysteropexy
  • Mesh vaginal repairs
  • Colpocleisis


  • Myomectomy
  • Resection of fibroids
  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Tubal microsurgery
  • Endometriosis excision
  • Ovarian drilling
  • Adhesiolysis
  • Salpingectomy
  • Salpingostomy


Our prices are listed below. The overall cost of treatment is dependent on your individual case. The fee is always fully explained and detailed prior to the start of the treatment.


Private consultation (30 min): £150
Follow up consultation within one month (30 min): £130
Repeat prescription within 6 months: £100

Well Woman checks

Level 1 health screen: £300
Level 2 health screen: £400
Level 3 health screen: £550

Cervical cancer screen: £125
Ovarian cancer screen: £250
Mini sexual health screen: £125
Full sexual health screen: £300
Fertility screen: £270

Gynaecology scans

Transvaginal scan: £160
Abdominal scan: £160

Abnormal Smear & Colposcopy

Colposcopy: £150 (+ Consultation: £150)
Cervical biopsy: £120
Loop Excision (LLETZ) under local anaesthesia: £450 (+ Pathology: £300)


Ovulation scan: £130
Endometrial thickness scan: £130
Follicle tracking scan: £130
Fertility ovarian reserve scan: £160
Fertility screen ultrasound scan and blood test + short consultation: £300

Pregnancy scans by consultant

Pregnancy confirmation scan: £160
Early pregnancy scan for viability and dating: £160
Gender scan from as early as 12 weeks with 99% accuracy: £500
Gender scan after 16 weeks with 100% accuracy: £120
Fetal anomaly scan (between 18 to 20 weeks): £250
Growth scan: £180

Sexual Health

Mini sexual health screen: £125
Full sexual health screen: £300
Cervical smear: £110
HPV test: £105
Herpes swab: £70
Herpes blood test: £70

Are the cost covered by my medical insurance?

Gynaecology care is normally covered by private health insurance but please check with your provider. If your insurance company has approved the procedure required, simply inform us your policy and authorization numbers before the treatment begins. For Obstetrics, private health insurance usually won’t cover pregnancy scans.

How can I pay?

After your treatment is completed, you can pay by cash or credit card. If you have provided us with an approval or authorization code from your medical insurance company, to cover the various aspects of your treatments, then we will approach your medical insurance.