At New Victoria Hospital, you will find a safe and welcoming environment where our highly-specialised Consultants will listen to your needs and provide the best preventative care.

From Gynaecology consultations to discuss menopause, PCOS, endometriosis or fertility to breast check ups and women’s physiotherapy during pregnancy and postnatally, our expert Consultants and Physiotherapists will provide the best advice and treatment path that suits your needs.

Book an appointment with our Gynaecology Consultants and Breast Surgeons for your routine check-up.

  • Multidisciplinary approach for a fast diagnosis and access to treatment
  • Expert Gynaecologists, Breast specialists and Women’s Health Physiotherapists
  • State-of-the-art facilities
  • Friendly and discreet environment
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Whether you want to discuss your concerns regarding fertility and pregnancy, PCOS, endometriosis, contraception, menopause, incontinence or women’s health screening, at New Victoria Hospital you can find highly-specialised Gynaecology Consultants ready to advise you on the most suitable examinations and treatment options.


Breast Health

New Victoria Hospital offers One-Stop Breast Clinics with same day Imaging diagnosis.

Results are available in 48-72 hours from your appointment.

During your consultation with our specialist Breast Surgeons you will receive a clinical breast examination, mammogram, ultrasound scan or both and fine needle aspiration or needle core biopsy, if appropriate.

Step 1 – Specialist Consultation

If you are concerned about any changes in your breasts or have risk factors, you can book an Outpatient appointment with a Breast Surgeon at New Victoria Hospital. The specialist will listen to your concerns, ask questions about your lifestyle, family history, and assess your case.

Step 2 – Appropriate Examination

After a clinical breast exam, if there is any suspicion of tissue abnormalities, these cases are acted upon immediately. Your Consultant Breast Surgeon will book the appropriate Imaging exams to further investigate your case.

Step 3 – Tissue Biopsy

On the same day of your Imaging examination, you can be offered a tissue biopsy. This is a non-invasive procedure to collect a sample of your breast tissue with a needle, for a precise diagnosis.

Step 4 – Results

Results from a tissue biopsy may take up to 72 hours as they are discussed within a dedicated multi-disciplinary team meeting, comprising radiologists, pathologists, surgeons, and oncologists. You will be reassured and guided through the treatment options.

Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Women’s Health Physiotherapy assesses and treats disorders affecting the pelvis and pelvic floor.

Women’s Health Physiotherapy can help with conditions such as incontinence, separation of abdominal muscles, back pain and posture problems.

Mummy MOT

The Mummy MOT is specifically designed for women with postnatal needs.
The one-hour Mummy MOT assessment available from 6 weeks postnatal provides:

  • an assessment of pelvic floor strength and tummy gap check
  • a full body postural assessment addressing any physical problems arising from pregnancy and birth
  • a report of findings
  • a post-natal recovery programme for specific lifestyle and fitness goals
  • a bespoke and safe post-natal exercise program to improve stability, posture and core strength

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Miss Rowena Bevan

MA (Cantab), MD, FRCOG Subspecialty Reproductive Medicine
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Mr Mohsen El Gammal

FRCS Ed , FEBFRCS Ed , FEBS Breast Surgery
Breast Surgery, Plastic Surgery
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Professor Zoe Winters

MB ChB (Rand) FRCS (Edin), FRCS (Eng) DPhil (Oxon) SFHEA (UCL)
Breast Surgery
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