Women’s Health provides specialist services across all of our hospital sites including breast surgery, general gynaecology, gynaecological cancer, colposcopy, and uro-gynaecology, women’s health physiotherapy, fertility and early pregnancy assessment. Our teams are experienced in delivering specialist care throughout all stages of the care pathway.

The breast service is available at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital and at Royal Hampshire County Hospital. Clinics provide a range of services including one-stop clinics for suspected cancer, breast surgery and family history clinics. Clinics are supported by radiology and radiography and specialist breast teams.

Gynaecology services are available at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital and Royal Hampshire County Hospital, with outpatients clinics also available at Andover War Memorial Hospital. In 2019, we expanded our outpatient services at both hospitals to offer an enhanced ambulatory gynaecology service for menstrual disorders in new facilities: The DOVE Suite in Basingstoke and the ATL treatment room in Winchester.

Royal Hampshire County Hospital is also a specialist centre for the treatment of endometriosis.

The Women’s Health Service have two main wards offering specialised in-patient care to women. The Anthony Letchworth Ward is located within Florence Portal House at Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester and the Women’s Health Unit is located in the Sherborne building, Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital.

Specialty Women's health

Basingstoke - Sherborne building

Winchester - Florence Portal House

Clinical matron

Breast services - Clare Clayden-Lewis (lead breast nurse specialist)

Gynaecology - Rachel Courtney

Sister / Charge nurse

Anthony Letchworth Ward - Emma Jerrom

Womens Health Unit - Sarah Jennings

Visiting hours 

Anthony Letchworth Ward - 3pm - 8.30pm

Womens Health Unit - 2pm - 4pm and 6pm - 8pm


If you are awaiting a hospital appointment, operation or treatment, you can now access the NHS My Planned Care Patient Digital Platform.

My Planned Care gives you advice and support while you wait and helps you to prepare for your hospital consultation, treatment, or surgery. This includes giving you information about waiting times and other supporting and local services while you wait.

This site, run by NHS England, is updated weekly and can be viewed by anyone, which means you, your family or carer as well as your NHS team can all see the latest information.

If you are looking for an update, please check the My Planned Care website before contacting your GP.

Please note, the waiting times shown on My Planned Care may vary at any given time. If you have any questions, please get in touch via the details provided on your appointment letter.