Our friendly and knowledgeable Reception team is always happy to help choose the right doctor for you. Just give us a call and we’ll find your ideal specialist or consultant.
You can find our centre opening hours here. Appointment times vary, depending on your doctor’s schedule, and most appointments are 20 to 30 minutes long.
We ask for a £100 deposit for all our new and follow up consultations, and we ask that you reschedule your appointment at least 24 hours in advance of your session. If you miss your appointment, we regret that your deposit will be forfeited.
We accept most insurance providers’ plans, though please do check with Reception when booking. It’s also a good idea to check with your insurer, as some treatments may not be covered and some may have a cover limit. We’ll ask for your membership and specific authorisation number before you visit the centre.
If possible, please bring your referral letter and a copy of any tests or ultrasound scan reports. However, don’t worry if you don’t have them – we can always request them on your behalf or do the tests or scans again.
Our nearest car park is at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital (369 Fulham Road, London, SW10 9NH) and street parking is sometimes available. You can find other ways to reach us here.
You can call our Finance department on 0207 751 4488 or email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In line with General Data Protection Law (GDPR), we ask for a written request to release your medical records, which you can send to email@example.com. We’ll respond to your request within 72 hours.
You’re welcome to bring anyone with you, such as your partner, friend or parents. We do ask that, due to the sensitivity of these appointments, there are no more than two people in the room during your scan.
We offer all pregnancy related ultrasound scans, from the early dating scan through to nuchal, anomaly and wellbeing growth scans. We also offer comprehensive gynaecological (pelvic) scans. You can find out more here.
We’ve designed a range of healthcare packages for the whole family’s wellbeing. We also provide general female and male health screening, sexual health screening, fertility and menopause care. You can find out more here.
We take cash, credit cards and bank transfers.
Absolutely. Just ask the receptionist when you arrive for your appointment.
Yes, please – for a comprehensive gynaecology scan or early pregnancy scan, it’s always better to have a full bladder.
When should I have my first smear test (also known as a pap smear or cervical screening) and how often does it need to be done?
You can have your first cervical screening within 6 months of your first experience of sexual intercourse. If you’re sexually active, you should have one every year.
You can have your first gynaecological exam whenever you feel ready. Most people book an appointment only when they have a specific concern, but you can always see a gynaecologist for a check up.
Our first step will be to confirm the viability of the pregnancy, so it’s best to have an ultrasound scan when you’re around six weeks along (that’s six weeks since the first day of your last period). We recommend that our patients see an obstetrician or a midwife around ten weeks of pregnancy.
We do recommend that all pregnant women have the nuchal translucency screening at 12 weeks, regardless of whether they’re also taking the Harmony Test. Nuchal scans not only check for Down Syndrome, but also for an early diagnosis of major fetal abnormalities, early miscarriages and for accurately dating the pregnancy.
We can give you a scan any time from six weeks of pregnancy – that’s six weeks from the first day of your last period.
We offer a broad range of immunisation at the centre, covering both UK and international childhood immunisation guidelines, along with travel and HPV vaccinations.
Gardasil 9 is a vaccine given to both females and males from the age of 9 until 45, to help protect against diseases caused by some types of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). HPV is a very common infection and most people get it at some point in their lives – it’s usually harmless but some types can cause abnormalities in the cervix, which is why we recommend the vaccine.
Absolutely – our GPs are happy to take care of your whole family.