Your symptoms

Our gynaecology clinic is designed to provide rapid access to specialist consultants who aim to diagnose the symptoms of gynaecological cancer as quickly as possible. If you experience untoward physical symptoms, contact your GP in the first instance for preliminary diagnosis. Typical symptoms could include: undiagnosed pelvic mass post-menopausal bleeding unexpected bleeding ulcer or lump found on vulva Through examination your GP may choose to refer you to see a consultant gynaecologist. Whether you are medically insured or you wish to self-fund, you can request a private referral to the gynaecological clinic at Spire Murrayfield Hospital in Edinburgh.

Our clinical team

The clinic is run by Consultant Gynaecological Oncology specialist Dr Cameron Martin. Dr Martin is part of a multi-disciplinary and join colleagues from nursing, oncology, pathology and counselling in providing this service. The whole team is part of the South East Scotland Cancer Network (SCAN) and all patients that have a gynaecological cancer diagnosis will have their case and treatment pathway discussed and planned at a multi-disciplinary team meeting.

Your patient journey

All patients who are referred to this clinic will benefit from fast diagnosis and speedy onward referral for further investigation, scans, test and treatment, should it be required.

How to access the clinic

All women attending our gynaecology cancer clinic require a referral letter form their GP. To book an appointment at this clinic call 0131 316 2530.