Women's health event 2020

29 February 2020

Event details

Date: Saturday 29 February 2020

Time: 10am - 2pm

Venue: Spire Tunbridge Wells Hospital - find us

Cost: Free

At Spire Tunbridge Wells Hospital you are our priority. So it's time to put yourself first. Take time for you at our women's health event, where we'll be providing free mini consultations, free smear tests and mammograms for £99 (booking is essential).

We're interested in improving all aspects of women's health. During the event there will be:

  • Free mini consultations available (booking is essential)
  • Free mini physio sessions available with Victoria Shilling (booking is essential)
  • Free smear tests
  • £99 mammograms
  • Our specialist consultants will present talks on: 
    • Symptoms and treatment of menopause 
    • Abnormal bleeding 
    • Advances in modern breast cancer diagnosis and treatment
    • Breast and tummies' cosmetic surgery

Specialisms and consultants on the day will include:

  • Miss Philippa Moth - endometriosis, laparoscopic hysterectomy, minimal access surgery and endometrial ablation. NHS Trust base: Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust
  • Miss Deepika Akolekar - breast care surgery, breast surgery, reconstruction and oncoplastics. NHS Trust Base: Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust
  • Miss Anita Hazari - breast reconstruction and cosmetics, body contouring, abdominoplasty after weight-loss, liposulpture, labiaplasty, lesion removal and injections. NHS Trust base: Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Trust 

How to book

The event is free but spaces are limited, so book your place today by calling us on 01892 621674 or complete the booking form below.

Women's health event

Saturday 29 February at the Spire Tunbridge Wells Hospital

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