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Gynaecology

One Hatfield Hospital is a leading provider of gynaecological treatments, offering a comprehensive gynae service that includes the treatments such as;

  • Fibroids
  • Pelvic pain
  • Menopause
  • Early pregnancy
  • Menstrual disorders
  • Endometriosis

 

Our purpose-built private clinic in Hatfield has advanced medical facilities for the diagnosis and treatment of all gynaecological issues. Our state of the art hospital includes a new dedicated endoscopy suite, used for minimal access surgery (keyhole surgery), to ensure speedy recovery times for our patients.

 

Consultant gynaecologists

Our specialist consultants are highly experienced in diagnosing and treating women that are currently experiencing gynaecological problems, with our medical team and nursing staff offer support in a sensitive and caring manner at all times. You have the flexibility to choose which consultant you would like to care for you.

 

Where is One Hatfield?

One Hatfield Hospital is easily accessible from the A1(M) and M25 and is well located for Hatfield, Welwyn Garden City, St Albans, Watford and surrounding areas.

Location and directions

 

Gynaecology Pricing Guide

This is a list of guide or fixed-price packages for common Gynaecology treatments and procedures.

Treatment Guide Price Monthly from
Hysterectomy – abdominal £7,250  £162
Repair of Prolapsed Vagina £6,210  £138.77
Colposcopy (outpatients) £870*  

*Please note, this is the correct price. An incorrect price was printed in our most recent patient newsletter. 

Meet the Team

Our Private Gynaecologists

 

Miss Moneli Golara and Miss Neela Mukhopadhaya are able to see children and young people at One Hatfield Hospital for Gynaecology Consultations. 

 

How to arrange an appointment

To make an appointment to see a Gynaecologist, please contact the reservations team on 01707 443 333, or email  us here

 

Common Treatments and Conditions