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Women's Unit

The Women's Unit at Scarborough Hospital provides services to address a variety of gynaecological problems.  A mixture of nurse and consultant-led clinics are held in the department

Services

  • Early Pregnancy Assessment (EPAU)
  • Termination of pregnancy
  • Post menopausal bleeding assessment
  • Colposcopy
  • Hysteroscopy

Location

The Women's Unit is located on the second floor of the main hospital building

Referrals

Your GP or Midwife may refer you to the unit. You may also be referred by an emergency nurse practitioner, out of hours GP or A&E.

Women with a history of ectopic pregnancy may self refer to EPAU.

Please bring a list of medications with you.

If attending the Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit please do not bring small children as the environment is not suitable. Only one person should accompany you as space is limited.

Meet the Team 

  Name Title  Contact
 Mr A BoothLead Clinician  
 Liz VincentDirectorate Manager  
 Freya OliverMatron  01723 342511
 Sue ThompsonLead Nurse Gynae / Oncology 01723 385358
 Ruth HallNurse Colposcopist 01723 385358
 Mary CarlinLead Midwife EPAU 01723 345134
 Kerrie WoodStaff Nurse  01723 385358
 Barbara BaldwinStaff Nurse 01723 385358
Molly Pratt   HCA 01723 385358
Tracey Dixon Clerk 01723 385358

The Women's Unit at Scarborough Hospital provides services to address a variety of gynaecological problems

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