The African Well Woman's Clinic at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital
The unit was set up to meet the needs of a growing population of women who have experienced female genital mutilation (FGM). The clinic works within the antenatal clinic on the Guy's Site, providing support, advice, counselling and information to women who have been circumcised, and offers appropriate referral.
One of the leading hospitals on FGM (No webpage).
African well woman clinic/maternity unit,
FGM Specialist Midwife,
Guy's Hospital, 14th Floor (Guy's Tower),
London SE1 9RT
Tel: 0207 955 2381
Fax: 020 7955 4199
Pager: 0208 3456789 (881018)
[Last update: 2007-04-23; 13:57]
The Central Middlesex Hospital NHS Trust: training about FGM
Offering training for primary and secondary health professionals in the care of FGM. One of the first centres established in Western Europe for education and teaching on FGM.
African Well Woman Clinic, Central Middlesex Hospital. Telephone 02081 453 2104
[Last update: 2007-04-23; 13:58]
The African Women’s Clinic: for women who have undergone female genital mutilation
The African Women’s Clinic was started in May 2002 to provide care and support for pregnant & non- pregnant women who are experiencing problem as a result of FGM to discuss their health needs in a culturally sensitive and non-judgmental environment.
Patients can refer themselves by contacting Women & Health directly to make an appointment:
African Women’s Clinic
Women & Health
4, Carol street, Camden
London NW1 OHU
Tel: 020 7482 2786
Fax: 020 7267 7545
Patients can be referred via GPs, Midwives, Tertiary from another NHS Consultant, Nurse Practitioners and Other Health Care Professionals by writing to the Consultant Gynaecologist at:
African Women’s clinic
The EGA & Obstetric hospital
London WC1E 6DH
Tel no 020 7380 9773
Fax: 020 7383 5945
[Last update: 2007-04-23; 13:59]