Clinic 24 - Early pregnancy and gynaecology assessment unit

Clinic 24 is the early pregnancy unit.
Opening times: 

08:00 - 20:00 Monday - Friday excluding Bank Holidays

(Telephone triage only from 18:00 - 20:00)

08:30 - 14:00 Saturday - Sunday 

Telephone: 
01223 217636
Finding us: 

Clinic 24 is on the ground floor of the Rosie hospital, next to the ultrasound department and opposite clinic 21; Rosie outpatients. Head straight through the Rosie reception area, past the Pavilion cafe and follow the signs to clinic 24, which is on the left

Disabled Go accessibility information

We see women with pregnancy problems up to 12+6 weeks with pain and bleeding. 

The clinic also sees women with gynaecology emergencies.

You can be referred via:

  • GP
  • Accident and emergency
  • Recurrent miscarriage clinic
  • Midwife
  • Self referral (if you attend with an appointment you will assessed and an appropriate plan will be made. It is helpful for your care, if you contact us by phone prior to coming

When you come to clinic 24 you will be asked to book in on your arrival at the reception desk. A nurse will then assess you and decide what care you will require; whether that is nurse-led, or whether you need to be referred to a doctor. A doctor will ask you about your medical history and may need to examine you. If an examination is required, you will have a female chaperone.

If you are coming for a scan, a sonographer or a doctor will perform this and the result will be discussed with you at the time, as well as a plan for your ongoing care.

A decision on your treatment will take one of four pathways:

  • You may be discharged from clinic 24 with no further follow up.
  • You may be discharged from clinic 24 but will be followed up by the unit. This is usually by telephone, but you may be asked to return to the unit if this is necessary for further treatment.
  • You may be discharged from clinic 24 back to the care of your GP.
  • You may be admitted into an inpatient bed on Daphne ward within the Rosie hospital.

We aim to see you in a timely manner. Depending on how many patients there are to be seen, there may be delays, but these will be communicated to you. We are an emergency department and people are seen in the order based on clinical urgency.

Unfortunately, space in the clinic is limited, so we ask that you bring no more than one person with you to support you while you are with us. You should be aware that the clinic is not a suitable environment for young children.​