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Gynaecology is the branch of medicine which deals with the health of the female reproductive system.

This care is provided by a multi-disciplinary team of specialists who have expert knowledge in their particular field of interest. Research and development in the latest clinical care and treatment is an important part of our work.

Our team provides an integrated service across Saint Mary’s and Wythenshawe hospitals.  This enables us to offer our patients efficient and rapid access to the treatment of their choice in the most convenient location for them.

For example, we have been able to introduce an additional dedicated urgent gynaecological surgery list. Women initially treated at Wythenshawe can now choose to join the surgical list at Saint Mary’s and women treated at Saint Mary’s have the choice of going to Wythenshawe to have their pre-op appointment and surgery. This will ensure that surgery is not delayed or postponed, there is a less risk of any condition worsening and patients receive quicker and more convenient treatment.

Saint Mary’s is also regional referral centre for gynaecological oncology, uro-gynaecology and reproductive medicine. The unit specialises in modern, minimally invasive techniques for surgery, enabling a shorter stay in hospital plus a quicker recovery and return to normal activities.


We offer a range of specialist gynaecology clinics in:

How can I access your services?

With the exception of our Emergency Gynaecology Service, all of our services require a referral letter from either your GP or from another hospital consultant.

Patient Testimonial

First class from start to finish. Very impressed with the cleanliness, efficiency, speed and treatment by hospital staff for my procedure. All caring, professional staff and I was treated with dignity and respect and even a sense of humour. I was feeling so anxious but staff made me feel 100% happy in their care. I would recommend this hospital and its lovely staff.

Complaints and Good practice

If you have any comments/complaints or any other feedback about the service provided, please refer to our ‘contact us’ section above.

Alternatively, the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) team are available. Whether you are a patient, a relative, friend or carer, they will listen to your concerns, help make your voice heard and liaise with the relevant staff to sort out any problems quickly. They also give a voice to patients’ issues, help to identify gaps in services and report to the Trust Board. Contact