Gynaecology

Who is the service for?

This is a branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the female reproductive organs. The Gynaecology Service provides a high quality service in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of gynaecological conditions for patients that are referred in by their GP or as an emergency.

What does the service provide?

The service will provide expertise in:

  • Fertility – Reproductive medicine

  • Urogynaecology
• Colposcopy and hysteroscopy

  • Post-menopausal bleeding

  • Termination of pregnancy
  • Gynaecological oncology

  • Emergency gynaecology

  • Endometriosis

  • Menopause

  • Recurrent miscarriage
  • Pelvic Pain

  • Irregular and/or heavy periods

Who will patients meet while under your department’s/service’s care?

Consultant surgeons
Junior and trainee medical staff
Nurse specialists
Nurse
Radiology professionals
Health care assistants.

When is the service available?

The gynaecology service is available 24 hours a day seven days a week for emergency patients and Monday to Friday for all routine elective inpatient, day case, diagnostic and outpatient procedures or appointments, following referral from your General practitioner.

Where is the service provided?

There is in-patient, day case and emergency surgery undertaken at the Royal Oldham and North Manchester sites and day case surgery only performed on the Fairfield and Rochdale sites. All 4 sites provide outpatient clinics including procedural clinics.

North Manchester General Hospital
, Delaunays Road
, Crumpsall
, Manchester
, Greater Manchester, 
M8 5RB

The Royal Oldham Hospital
, Rochdale Road, 
Oldham
, Greater Manchester
, OL1 2JH

Fairfield General Hospital, 
Rochdale Old Road
, Bury, 
Manchester
, BL9 7TD

Rochdale Infirmary, 
Whitehall Street
, Rochdale, 
Lancashire, 
OL12 0NB

Department contact details

Please refer to the contact number at the top of your referral letter.

In an emergency please contact your GP or nearest Accident and Emergency department who will refer on to the Gynaecology Assessment Service as required.

Practical information

Please bring details of medicines currently being taken to all outpatient appointments. When being admitted please refer to your confirmation letter for specific guidance on what to do before attending the hospital.

Key staff/consultants

Mr Adegbite, Mr 
Adouzeid, Mr 
Afadapa, Dr 
Ahmad, Dr 
Ali, Mr 
Amu, Mr 
Anjum, Mr 
Appiah-Sakyi, Mr 
Aziz, Mr 
Batra, Dr 
Bhalla, Dr 
Boulos, Mr 
Dickson, Dr 
Ghobrial, Mr 
Ghoshal, Mr 
Jain, Dr 
Jones, Miss 
Jothilakshmi, Dr 
Kedia, Dr 
Macfoy, Mr 
Maiti, Dr 
Mammen, Miss 
Mcgettigan, Dr 
Preston, Dr 
Rice, Mis
Russell, Dr Schafer, Dr 
Shami, Dr 
Sivaraman