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Why choose Nuffield Health Oxford, The Manor Hospital for your women's health treatment?

At Nuffield Health Oxford Hospital, our experienced consultants pride themselves on helping woman of all ages overcome a range of gynaecological problems. Whether you are suffering from an issue now or are concerned about your future health, we are here to re-assure and help.

Our ultra modern private hospital in Oxford is one of the most technologically advanced in the UK. Our expert gynaecologists will be with you every step of the way throughout your treatment and you will be supported by our caring matron-led nursing team.

One-stop breast clinic in Oxford

We offer a dedicated one-stop clinic for patients presenting with breast symptoms once a week. Patients see our specialist breast surgeon, Ms Pankaj Gupta Roy, and undergo any scans required with a specialist breast radiologist on the same day and leave the clinic with their results, ensuring a speedy diagnosis.

We have a fantastic team of friendly radiographers and clinic nurses to support patients through the period of anxiety and stress due to the symptoms. Read more about our breast clinic.

Common women's health treatments we offer in Oxford include:

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