Menopause and prolapse information evening

18 March 2020

Event details

Date: Wednesday 18 March 2020

Time: 7.00pm

Consultants: Mr Gerry Hackett and Miss Ivilina Pandeva 

Venue: Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital - find us

Cost: Free

We are pleased to be able to offer you an evening of information about the menopause with our expert Mr Gerry Hackett, Consultant Gynaecologist who is an accredited (British Menopause Society) Specialist and Trainer in the management of menopause related problems.

In addition our expert in “Prolapse” Consultant Gynaecologist, Miss Ivilina Pandeva, will cover the condition and associated treatments.

This informal evening will allow you access to hear from leading specialists on these subjects. If you'd like to find out more information about these conditions or are considering what to do next, then come along to our free event to find out more.

At the event

There will be light refreshments, information to take away and plenty of opportunity to ask questions in a relaxed environment. The Spire team will be on hand should you wish to have a tour of the hospital and meet some of the nursing team.

How to book

Book your place today by completing the booking form below, calling 01223 266900 or you can email us.

The event is free but numbers are limited.

Free car parking is available.

We look forward to welcoming you to Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital.

Please note, our ‘Meet the Expert’ events are an opportunity to ask any questions you may have and are not a formal outpatient consultation. If you wish to proceed with any more advice a full outpatient consultation will usually be required. Please ask us for more details on this. 

Menopause and prolapse information evening

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Thank you for showing your interest in our upcoming event. One of the team will contact you with final details.