Important information about Coronavirus/COVID-19

Our normal endometriosis service is suspected due to the COVID-19 pandemic including surgical procedures and face-to-face outpatient clinic.

What we do

Our endometriosis clinic at Chelsea and Westminster sees patients from all over the country, many of whom have been referred from their GP because they require a specialist opinion. We work with a variety of people, including those awaiting diagnosis or others who may have a long history of the condition.

On your first visit, it's likely that you will be seen by a specialist nurse who will take a detailed history from you and ask about any medications you may be taking or any previous operations you may have had - it would be helpful, although not essential, if you can bring information on either of these with you on the day. If further investigations are required, the nurse will also arrange these for you.

Following this you will be invited back to the clinic to see one of our doctors; sometimes you may see a gynaecology registrar if a consultant is not available. We offer very clear treatment pathways for people affected by endometriosis; sometimes this may mean surgery but can also involve pain medication or homone treatments.

Our team

Contact information

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Gynaecology Outpatients
1st Floor, Lift Bank B


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