Private Gynaecologists in Oxford

Addressing your concerns and needs with compassion and respect

Welcome to Gynaecology Care Oxford, your premier destination for comprehensive and compassionate women's healthcare.

Our team of dedicated private gynaecologists in Oxford are dedicated and passionate about empowering women to take charge of their health. We take a holistic and evidence-based approach tailored to meet the needs of our patients, which has been recognised and rewarded with four consecutive certificates from I Want Great Care.

Whether you're seeking a routine checkup, addressing a specific concern or want to explore treatment options, the team at Gynaecology Care Oxford is here for you.

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What can our private gynaecologists in Oxford assist you with?

The team's combined decades of experience allow us to offer a full range of gynaecological services and second-to-none patient care, including:

  • Diagnosing and treating menstrual problems, fibroids, ovarian cysts, vulval problems and pelvic pain
  • Screening, diagnosing and treating pre-cancerous conditions and gynaecological cancers
  • Carrying out colposcopies and treatments following an abnormal smear test result
  • Discussion about contraceptive options, including female sterilization
  • Conducting a general gynaecological checkup for your peace of mind

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Why should you choose Gynaecology Care Oxford?

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Unparalleled Expertise and Experience

Our private gynaecologists in Oxford boast extensive experience and a wealth of shared knowledge, and we leverage every bit of it for our patients. 


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Open Communication

We take the time to explain things to our patients in simple and jargon-free English, whether we're having an initial consultation, outlining a diagnosis or explaining treatment options. 

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Complete Transparency

If we feel that we can assist you, then we will bring every ounce of our experience to bear for your benefit. However, if we feel there's a specialist better suited to address your specific needs, however, we will openly recommend you to another specialist consultant colleague.


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Compassionate Care

Gynaecology concerns are often a sensitive and anxiety-inducing subject. Our private gynaecologists in Oxford are committed to creating a warm and welcome environment where you can feel comfortable discussing your concerns, as we aim to treat each patient with the same empathy and care as a member of our own family.


Gynaecology Care Oxford is here to listen, inform and support.

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Frequently asked questions we hear as private gynaecologists in Oxford

Can I be seen without a referral?

If you are insured: Most insurance companies won't accept a claim without a referral first, so it is always best to check with the insurer before booking an appointment to see us. We can, however, see you without a referral, if you are planning on paying for your own care (self-funding). 

How to prepare for a treatment?

Please arrive on time. There is underground parking at the Manor Hospital. Once you arrive – check in at the reception desk. If you have come by car and left your car in the car park, there is no charge for the parking but do input your car registration on the tablet located near the front desk, to be issued with an electronic permit in order to avoid getting a ticket.

How long is the appointment?

On average the typical appointment time for new patients is approximately 30 minutes, however each patient's care is individualised and we strive to give each patient the time they need. 

Will I have a scan on the same day as my appointment?

If required this will be requested and arranged after the consultation, and likely performed on a separate day by a consultant radiologist. The radiology department will contact you directly about that appointment, date and time.

Can I bring a friend or partner?

Absolutely, a friend or partner is most welcome during your consultation. However, if you are going to have an outpatient treatment or surgery, they will not be permitted access to the room while the treatment is being carried out – We ask that they wait in the waiting room.

What can I expect during the appointment?

The doctor will take a medical history. You may also be asked to provide a urine sample. You will then be offered a physical examination depending on your problem.

There will always be a female chaperone (member of the hospital staff) present during this intimate examination to ensure that you are comfortable throughout the process.  

Typically, the physical examination will include an examination of your tummy, plus an internal (gynaecological) examination. This almost always includes a speculum examination to visualise the vagina and cervix (also known as the neck of the womb). A two-finger digital examination is routinely performed in order to gather additional information about the womb and ovaries. This may feel uncomfortable but is usually not painful.

Lastly, depending on the problem you presented with, you may have swab tests or a cervical smear test done.

After the examination, you may also be required to have some blood tests taken by the nursing staff. This could involve a short wait, so please factor this additional time in for your hospital visit.

Will having my period affect the consultation?

Having your period may affect your consultation but there isn't a straightforward yes or no answer to this question. It is always best to check with our office beforehand if you are concerned about this as, we can advise depending on the situation.

What if I need a surgical treatment / procedure?

If a treatment is recommended you will hear from our secretary, Zoe who will inform you of the necessary arrangements. If you are insured, Zoe will provide the relevant procedure code required by your insurer. If you are paying for your own care, Zoe will fully outline the costs for our services.






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Gynaecology Care Oxford

Nuffield Health The Manor Hospital Beech Road,

 07944 604601

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