The Gynaecology Outpatients Department is situated in Yeovil Women’s Hospital which is part of Yeovil Hospital. The clinics run on weekdays with the consultant and their team in attendance. There will also be designated trained nurses and experienced health care assistants on duty.
At your first consultation as a patient you may need to be examined. You may not necessarily be seen by the consultant, but by one of the team who will report to the consultant to make any necessary decisions. The phone number for the Gynaecology outpatients department (weekdays) is 01935 384 411.
Our Colposcopy Unit, which provides diagnostic services for patients, is based on the First Floor of the Women’s Hospital. The contact number is 01935 384 622.
Jasmine is a ward situated in the Women’s Hospital, specialising in mainly gynaecology. Staff care for ladies undergoing elective surgery including breast surgery; emergency cases from Accident and Emergency and ladies experiencing problems in early pregnancy up to 20 weeks’ gestation.
Early Pregnancy Assessment Clinic (EPAC)
The Early Pregnancy Assessment Clinic provides early scans and consultation for women experiencing problems in pregnancy, from six to 18 weeks.
Women who are experiencing pain and or bleeding, or who have had a previous ectopic pregnancy or tubal surgery are suitable for referral, which can be phoned through to EPAC at any time by GPs, doctors and midwives. Women attending the clinic should attend with a comfortably full bladder and will undergo assessment, ultrasound scanning and review.
Gynaecology cancer diagnostic and treatment services
Yeovil Hospital offers diagnostic services in the care of women with suspected cancer and treatment for low grade malignancy as specified in the South West network guidelines.
The team comprises two gynaecology consultants (Mrs Lydia Karamura and Mrs Krishna Murala), consultant radiologist, consultant histopathologist, a clinical nurse specialist and links with the gynaecology oncology team at Musgrove Park Hospital in Taunton, for the planning of patient care.
The service offers diagnostic radiological investigations as well as clinical assessment to make diagnosis of cancer. The team meets regularly to review the findings for all new patients and links in with the Musgrove Park Multidisciplinary team.
Low grade cancer will be operated on locally by the in-house gynaecologists and high grade cancers or more complex cases will receive further treatment by specialists at Musgrove Park Hospital.
There are support services for women with previous diagnosis of cancer or undergoing treatment supported by our clinical nurse specialist.
In addition to clinical care, the unit works closely with the Yeovil Hospital research department to participate in national cancer research studies and trials to inform future cancer care.
Urogynaecology and Urodynamics
We offer a urogynaecology service which provides care for women with urinary incontinence and complex pelvic floor weakness/prolapse. Clinics are held in the women’s hospital. The Lead Consultant for Urogynaecology is Mrs Fatima Shah and our Urodynamics Nurse is Helen Butt.
Clomiphene Citrate (clomid)
Colposcopy fast track clinic
Enhancing your recovery after surgery
Fast track outpatients ultrasound scan and hysteroscopy clinic
Group B Streptococcus
Hysteroscopy – general anaesthetic
Hysteroscopy – outpatient
Hystero salpingo contrast sonography HyCoSy
Information for new couples
Laparoscopic hysterectomy and oophorectomy
Laparoscopy and dye hydro-tubation tests
Laparoscopy day case
Metformin for polycystic ovary syndrome
Minor procedure clinic
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome PCOS
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome dietary advice
Prolapse, vaginal hysterectomy and pelvic floor repair
Surgical management of pelvic organ prolapse
Surgical treatment of urinary stress incontinence with tension free vaginal tape
Termination of pregnancy – medical
Termination of pregnancy – surgical
Vulva biopsy under local anaesthetic
Your follow up after surgery for stage 1a uterine cancer