The joint haemophilia and obstetric/gynaecology clinic provides women with comprehensive care with the aim of improving their quality of life. The clinic receives an increasing number of referrals from clinicians across the UK and we conduct regular patient surveys to improve care and accommodate the needs of our patient population.
Our clinic provides all aspects of gynaecology care including family planning, preconceptional care and genetic counselling are also provided, which have helped in timely carrier detection and discussion of reproductive choices with the family.
During pregnancy, options of prenatal diagnosis and preimplantation genetic diagnosis are discussed and offered onsite or by referral. We help our patients to create a management plan and the mothers are cared for in collaboration with their local maternity unit.
The joint haemophilia and obstetric/gynaecology clinic is renowned nationally and internationally, and we have visiting clinicians from across the world to help develop the service in their hospitals. We also provide an integral part of training for the RCOG (Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists) maternal medicine module.
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