This clinic provides counselling for women unsure how they wish to proceed with their pregnancy.
It is useful for women to make an appointment to discuss with their GP prior to referral to the Pregnancy Advisory Service, but not essential.
A telephone consultation 24-48hrs prior to your appointment will take place so we can plan your care effectively. On the day of your appointment, you will attend for an ultrasound scan to date your pregnancy followed by counselling with a qualified practitioner.
We aim to provide a one-stop service; however, if we are unable to undertake a telephone consultation with you, this may mean your treatment might be deferred to the next available date.
Treatment options available:
- Home Medical
- Daycase Medical
- Daycase Surgical
The treatment options offered will be dependent on a few factors including the gestation of your pregnancy.
We also provide advice and assistance for women to help decide about long-term contraception following treatment.
Clinic 21 is on the ground floor of the Rosie Hospital, opposite the Ultrasound Department. From the main Rosie entrance, head straight through the Rosie Reception area, past the Pavilion Café and follow the signs to Clinic 21, which is on the right.
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