Gynaecology

Please click on the links below to find out more information about Gynaecology services;

Endometriosis

Early Pregnancy

Colposcopy


 

Endometriosis

Thank you for deciding to have your Endometriosis treatment with Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust.  Patients with endometriosis will be referred to any of our general gynaecology consultants for treatment and management unless

  • Severe endometriosis has already been diagnosed

  • There is a higher likelihood of your endometriosis being severe because you have 1 or 2 endometriomas

  • You have recurrent endometriosis

  • You have significant pain or infertility problems.

In which case, your care will be transferred under Mr Kremer.

Mid Yorkshire NHS is a BSGE accredited endometriosis centre. (British society gynaecology endoscopy) BSGE Accreditation certification [pdf] 313KB

Find out more information about Endometriosis treatment.
Meet the Endometriosis team

Endometriosis support & events



 

Early pregnancy

Having a baby can be an anxious time and if you experience complications in the early stages of your pregnancy you need the reassurance you will be cared for and seen as quickly as possible.

Our Early Pregnancy Assessment Units (EPAUs) bring together experts to investigate and manage concerns or problems women may have in the first 16 weeks of their pregnancy. 
 

Who can go to the EPAU?

Any patients referred to the unit should fit the criteria below:

  • Have had a positive pregnancy test
  • Be between 6 and 16 weeks pregnant
  • Have vaginal bleeding and/or abdominal pain and/or previous ectopic pregnancy
  • Or have had three previous, consecutive miscarriages.

 

How do I get a referral to the EPAU?

You can be referred to the unit by:

  • A&E
  • Your GP
  • A midwife
  • A hospital doctor

You can also refer yourself by ringing the EPAU (please see the numbers below).
 

What will happen at my appointment?

You will be seen by a midwife/nurse who will take your history and you will also be offered an ultra sound scan. Your results will be discussed with you and you will be given a diagnosis and a management plan if necessary.

 

Where can I access this service?

Pinderfields Hospital - Floor B, Gate 10A. This unit has a dedicated reception and waiting area, three counselling rooms as well as an ultrasound room, staffed by a dedicated sonographer.

 

When do we offer this service?

08.30am - 18.00pm Monday to Friday

08.30 am -12.30 pm Saturday and Sunday


Who should you contact?

The EPAUs can be contacted by telephone on:

Pinderfields - 01924 541135

For more information download our leaflet  The gynaecology assesment unit and EPAU [pdf] 151KB