Attend Anywhere

This service offers video consultations using Attend Anywhere. This means your consultation can take place from your own home using a secure website. 


If you are on our waiting list for an operation or procedure; learn about what we are doing to reduce our waiting list and some guidance around how to prepare for your surgery while you wait.

We can provide treatment and support if you have any of these conditions:

  • endometriosis
  • fertility problems
  • gynaecological cancers
  • irregular periods
  • long term pelvic pain
  • ovarian cysts
  • pelvic organ prolapses
  • menopause

If you’ve been referred to us an outpatient, you’ll be invited for an appointment with one of our specialists. During the appointment we’ll discuss your medical history, any medication you’re taking and the symptoms you’re experiencing. We may also carry out a physical examination and do some tests and investigations such as:

Depending on your circumstances, we may need to send you for further tests or at this point we may be able to make a diagnosis. If this is the case, we’ll discuss your options with you in detail, you can ask us any questions you have and together, we’ll decide on a plan for your treatment. This could include:

  • new medication
  • a change in medication
  • lifestyle changes
  • changes to your diet
  • surgery

If you’ve been referred to us for tests such as a biopsy or laparoscopy, you’ll usually be treated as a day patient, although you may need to stay overnight.

Prior to your appointment, we’ll send you a letter explaining what you need to do and what will happen on the day. Once you’ve had the procedure, we’ll monitor you for a few hours to make sure you’re ok. We’ll also explain what you need to do in the days after your operation.

Cumberland Infirmary

Women’s outpatients
Lower ground floor
01228 814264

West Cumberland Hospital

Women’s outpatients
Lower ground floor
01946 523211