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Welcome to our Gynaecology Service

Atrium 2At Saint Mary's Hospital, our main aim is to provide the most up to date care in the complete range of gynaecological problems. This care is provided by a multi-disciplinary team of specialists who have expert knowledge in their particular field of interest. Research and development in the latest clinical care and treatment is an important part of our work. We aim to offer our patients efficient and rapid access to the treatment of their choice. Click here for more information about the research that we do.

Saint Mary's is a regional referral centre for gynaecological oncology, uro-gynaecology and reproductive medicine. The unit specialises in modern minimally invasive techniques for surgery, enabling a shorter stay in hospital and a quicker recovery to normal activities.

Most of our gynaecological service is housed in brand new facilities within the new Saint Mary's Hospital building, which enables us to provide clinical excellence in a modern purpose built environment.

Our reproductive medicine service is based in the old Saint Mary's Hospital building off Oxford Road.

How can I access your services?

With the exception of our Emergency Gynaecology Service, all of our services require a referral letter from either your GP or from another hospital consultant.


Saint Mary's Hospital
Oxford Road

M13 9WL

Gynaecology services are located on either the ground floor or the second floor of Saint Mary's Hospital.  Click here for IMPORTANT INFORMATION about changes to some of our services.

If you are coming to Saint Mary's Hospital for surgery, please ensure you visit our Pre-operative Services and Theatres pages.

Access to the hospital is from Hathersage Road.  Click here for directions to the Hospital: For further accessibility information click here.

Reproductive Medicine services are located in the old Saint Mary's Hospital building with a dedicated entrance on Oxford Road opposite Whitworth Park.

Nurse consultation

List of Services:

Click on the links below for further detail regarding gynaecological services: (Each one opens a new tab)

Your clinic appointment.

Click here to download a copy of our leaflet 'Useful information for your forthcoming out-patient appointment.'

How to contact us:

To cancel/change appointments:


  • All Colposcopy appointments:
  • (0161) 276 6365

Gynaecological Oncology:

  • All Gynae Oncology appointments:
  • (0161) 701 6927

(8.30 am-4.30 pm)


  • All Uro-gynaecology appointments:
  • (0161) 276 6332

(9.00 am-5.00 pm)


  • Re new appointments:
  • Re follow up appointments:
  • (0161) 276 6280
  • (0161) 276 6249

(8.30 am-4.30 pm)

Benign Gynaecology:

Re new appointments:

Re follow up appointments with:

  • Dr G Busby/Ms K Donnelly
  • Dr K Naidoo
  • Dr L Edozien/Dr U Winters
  • Dr M Bradbury

(0161) 701 0754


  • (0161) 276 6119
  • (0161) 276 6610
  • (0161) 276 6314
  • (0161) 701 7599

(8.30 am-4.30 pm)

Reproductive Medicine (IVF):

  • Clinic appointment enquiries:
  • Eligibility queries:
  • Blood test, scan or treatment requests:
  • Consultant secretaries:
  • Confirm treatment outcome:
  • General enquiries regarding treatment cycle:
  • Ward 90 (admissions):
  • Urgent calls (including complications whilst in treatment):
  • After 4.00 pm for any urgent early pregnancy enquiries or complications:
  • (0161) 276 6494
  • (0161) 276 6216
  • (0161) 276 6209
  • (0161) 276 6340
  • (0161) 276 6209
  • (0161) 276 6209
  • (0161) 901 0758
  • (0161) 701 5225     
  • (0161) 276 6204 (Emergency Gynaecology Service)

Whitworth Clinic:

  • All Whitworth Clinic enquiries:
  • (0161) 276 6283

(9.00 am-5.00 pm)

Key Staff:

Clinical Lead -  Dr Gail Busby

Gail BusbyDr Busby provides clinical leadership for the Gynaecology Service and ensures effective management and support for medical staff.

She is responsible for clinical effectiveness arrangements within the Gynaecology directorate and oversees matters of clinical policy and practice, staffing, education and training.  She works in partnership with the Directorate Manager and Lead Nurse to provide joint accountability for the quality and performance of the directorate, development of the directorate strategy and business developments.

Sam Evans

Directorate Manager - Sam Evans

As Directorate Manager for Gynaecology, Sam works in conjunction with the Clinical Director and Lead Nurse to ensure that the Unit meets all necessary activity and performance requirements.  He manages all non clinical staff and is responsible for the operational efficiency of the Unit and effective use of all resources.


Lead Nurse - Pam Kilcoyne

Pam Kilcoyne

Pam's role has responsibility for the overall day to day management of Gynaecology Services and the wellbeing of the patients in our care and the nursing staff.

She provides professional and clinical leadership for the nursing staff and works together with the Clinical Lead and Directorate Manager to support the delivery of excellent care to all patients who choose to come to Saint Mary's.



Other grades of staff can be recognised by their uniforms.  Click here to see who's who.

Saint Mary's Charity LogoTo donate to our charity please click on the logo

Useful Links:

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists