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Spire Cheshire Hospital provides a wide range of expert advice and treatment to women of all ages. Whether you are suffering from gynaecological problems or are concerned about your breasts, we are here to help. Our team of gynaecology surgeons and breast surgeons are experienced in caring for a wide range of conditions in a clean and welcoming environment, supporting the quickest possible recovery.
Whether you have a gynaecological problem, want to discuss your family planning options, or would like some dietary advice, our team of healthcare professionals are here to help you.
Prevention or early diagnosis is better than cure. Regular checking of your breasts and cervix can also help reduce your risk of developing cancers that are among the leading causes of premature death for women. Breast and cervical screening are believed to save 1,500 and 4,500 lives a year respectively.
Spire Cheshire Hospital provides a wide range of expert advice and treatment to women of all ages. Whether you are suffering from gynaecological problems or are concerned about your breasts, we're here to help.
At Spire Cheshire Hospital, our consultant gynaecologists provide quick access to gynaecological services, investigations and treatments. Spire Cheshire Hospital also has a rapid access breast clinic that specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer and related breast problems. At the clinic you will have access to specialist diagnostic facilities, surgeons and radiologists. The leading private health insurance company, Bupa, has accredited the hospital as a breast care centre of excellence.
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