Our consultants are nationally and internationally renowned for their success in treating common and complex gynaecological conditions. When choosing KIMS Hospital, you can feel confident you will receive the highest standards of treatment and care from some of the UK’s top consultants and medical staff.

All of our gynaecologists are accredited with the GMC in both general gynaecology and gynaecology surgery and they assist each other for complex procedures.

They investigate and treat a full range of gynaecological cases, including colposcopy and well-woman screening, the diagnosis and treatment of simple pelvic masses (for example, ovarian cysts and fibroids), and abnormal bleeding.

In addition, they treat those who present with suspicious scans of complex masses and confirmed cancer cases.

KIMS offers a comprehensive ‘one-stop’ service which means that, in most cases, you will be able to see the consultant, have any tests that are necessary, and be given the results before you leave the hospital.

We understand that, for our patients, a referral to a specialist team can signal a worrying time about an intimate issue. We aim to handle these medical discussions with the utmost sensitivity, confidentiality and respect and are able to offer a chaperone service for those patients who need a sense of added security and peace of mind.

We will ensure that there are no hidden costs thus giving you peace of mind.

Treatments & highlights

Menopause and HRT Clinic
Irregular or problematic periods
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
Fertility issues
Pelvic floor problems
Ovarian cysts
Vaginal prolapse

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