Patient update - Coronavirus
Thankfully the threat of the Corona virus appears to be receding, and society is beginning to open up. The next few months will pose some challenges for all of us and we must continue to be vigilant. Access to many hospitals and clinics continues to be restricted
Special precautions have been put in place for outpatients and inpatients at both The Portland Hospital and The Hospital of St Johns and Elizabeth’s. These will ensure that they offer a ‘Covid Secure’ environment where women can be seen safely with the appropriate use of testing and PPE.
As a result, we are very pleased to be able to offer private face to face consultations again. Surgery for benign gynaecological conditions has also resumed.
We are taking on new patients, both in gynaecology and pregnancy and as always, are available for advice, so please do get in touch if we can help in any way.
We appreciate that people may have difficulty in travelling to London or that they may prefer not to visit a hospital or clinic. Should that be the case, we are very happy to undertake a virtual consultation using e-mail, Zoom and telephone. We are well set up to consult remotely and can review the results of investigations, scans and previous treatment, give advice and offer our opinion without any direct contact. We can make treatment plans, arrange medical management and where needed plan surgery.
We also offer evening telephone, Skype and Zoom consultations.
For information on Coronavirus / Covid-19 in pregnancy click here.
We offer a full range of Specialist, Private Obstetrics and Gynecology services from our clinics in Central London (W1). Our aim is to provide confidential, personal and individualised care in Gynaecology and Obstetrics. Our two Senior, Specialist consultants Dr Christian Barnick and Dr Alison Wright together have over 30 yrs experience working at top London Teaching Hospitals at Consultant level. We are pleased to offer patient’s 30 minute appointments at 215-227 Great Portland Street and at St. John's and St Elizabeth's hospital.