Hysterectomy (Keyhole Surgery/laparoscopic if suitable) with or without the removal of the ovaries.
Removal of ovaries and tubes (usually key hole) for risk reducing surgery for ovarian cancer.
Keyhole surgery (laparoscopy) for both diagnosis and treatment of a number of gynaecological treatments including fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, and pelvic infection.
Hysteroscopy, under both local and general anaesthetic.
A coil fitting and removal service.
Novasure’ ablation for heavy periods.
Vulval and vaginal operations for conditions such as VIN and Bartholin’s Cysts.
Labial reduction surgery.
Perineal re-fashioning (usually Modified Fenton’s Procedure).
Some operations maybe more complex and maybe better suited to being performed as a private patient in an NHS hospital, as has better access to ITU and additional specialists.