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Explore Gynaecological services at St Thomas Hospital

At St Thomas Hospital, our Gynaecology department is dedicated to providing a comprehensive range of services covering diagnostics and surgery, that cater to women’s health needs at all stages of life. We pride ourselves on delivering personalised and compassionate care to all our patients.

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Our gynaecological services

Our department offers a broad spectrum of treatments and services, all geared towards ensuring women’s health and wellness, starting from outpatient based preventive health all the way to surgery.

Annual Gynae Check up

Yearly check-ups form the bedrock of preventative health, helping identify and address potential women’s health issues early.

Antenatal Outpatient Service

Our antenatal outpatient services ensure expectant mothers receive the best possible care and support throughout their pregnancy journey.

Pelvic Floor Repair

We offer pelvic floor repair surgery, providing targeted treatment and support for pelvic floor disorders, enhancing the quality of life for affected women.


Our hysteroscopy service allows for thorough examination of the uterus, aiding in the diagnosis and treatment of related conditions.

Colposcopy and LLETZ

Our colposcopy service provides an essential tool for early detection of cervical health issues, promoting early diagnosis and intervention.


Our department provides hysterectomy services, a surgical procedure to remove the uterus, performed by our expert team when medically necessary.

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A Sanctuary for Women's Health

Our Gynaecology department is a sanctuary where women’s health is our priority. We strive to provide an environment that is both comfortable and empowering, and professionals who are caring and attentive, ensuring every woman feels cared for and heard.

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Your questions, answered

How often should I have a gynaecological check-up?

We recommend that you have a gynaecological check-up annually in order to provide you with the best level of preventive care. However, this can vary based on your individual health needs.

What services are included in your antenatal outpatient services?

Our antenatal outpatient services include regular check-ups, ultrasounds, dietary guidance, and blood tests to support your baby throughout your pregnancy journey.

What is a colposcopy?

A colposcopy is a procedure used to examine the cervix, vagina, and vulva for signs of disease, often following an abnormal Pap smear. During a colposcopy a LLETZ procedure can also be performed to remove pre-cancerous cells to prevent cervical cancer.

Are gynaecological procedures covered by insurance?

Insurance providers cover gynaecological procedures. It is recommended to verify coverage with your insurance provider and discuss any financial concerns with the hospital billing department.

What is a hysteroscopy?

Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that allows your doctor to inspect the uterine cavity using a thin, lighted instrument called a hysteroscope.

How do I make an appointment for gynaecology services?

You can schedule an appointment by sending us an enquiry on this page or contacting our hospital directly to request an appointment with one of our gynae or antenatal specialists.

What should I expect during an annual gynae check-up?

During your annual gynae check-up, our gynaecologist will conduct a thorough examination, including pelvic examination, liquid based pap smear, and relevant screenings. They will address any concerns you may have and provide personalised recommendations for your reproductive health.

Are male gynaecologists available for consultations?

Yes, we have both male and female gynaecologists on our team. We understand that some patients may have personal preferences, and we strive to accommodate those requests whenever possible to ensure your comfort and satisfaction.

What does pelvic floor repair entail?

Pelvic floor repair is a treatment for pelvic floor disorders, which can cause discomfort and urinary or faecal incontinence. The treatment often involves a combination of physiotherapy and, if necessary, surgical interventions to strengthen and support the pelvic floor muscles.

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