Gynaecological cancer

We provide treatment and care if you have a gynaecological cancer. This includes:

Our team of experts includes:

  • cancer doctors and surgeons
  • nurse specialists (you might hear them called a CNS)
  • radiologists
  • pathologists
  • radiographers
  • dietitians
  • physiotherapists
  • occupational therapists
  • chaplains
  • counsellors and psychologists

Our team offer assessment and diagnosis at our rapid access clinic. This is a one-stop clinic where you can have all your tests and assessments done on the same day.

We also have a team of cancer surgeons providing:

  • complex radical surgery, this is where your tumour and any tissue it has spread to are removed at the same time
  • fertility preserving surgery for early cervical and ovarian cancers
  • keyhole and robotic surgery

We work closely with our assisted conception unit (ACU) for fertility preservation options.


Health information

You can find out more about having radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatments.

More information about gynaecological cancers, treatment and support:

Support group

Our support group is run by nurse specialists and the Dimbleby Cancer Care psychology team.

This is open to you during any stage of your treatment.

The support group is held in the Welcome Village at the Cancer Centre at Guy's on the first Tuesday of each month from 1.30pm to 3pm.

Please speak to your nurse specialist for more information.

Our consultants

Cancer consultants

  • Anna Winship
  • Benjamin Taylor
  • Ingrid White
  • Meetakshi Gupta
  • Eirini Tsotra
  • Emma Beddowes
  • Rebecca Kristeleit

Cancer surgical consultants

Gynaecology rapid access clinic and ovarian scan clinic consultants

Our team work together to make decisions about your care. We have a weekly meeting called the multidisciplinary meeting to decide the best treatment plan for you.

Who your consultant is depends on the treatment you receive. This means your consultant may change if you go on to receive a different type of treatment.

If you're ever unsure about who is in charge of your care, please speak to your nurse specialist.

Last updated: July 2024

Do you have any comments or concerns about your care?

Contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)

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