At Oxford Women's Health, our specialist team includes gynaecologists, an endocrinologist, an oncoplastic breast surgeon and fertility consultants. They are supported by a highly skilled group of other health professionals who are experts in areas such as nutrition, psychology, pelvic floor physiotherapy, menopause and reproductive hormone conditions.
Working alongside them is our dedicated nursing team. All of our nurses are experienced in working in gynaecology. The nursing team includes registered and enrolled nurses, as well as clinical and healthcare assistants.
We also have strong business management, administration and frontline teams.
Together our wonderful team makes sure everyone who comes to see us receives wrap-around support. Gynaecology is a core area of our expertise but our comprehensive services ensure we can provide for you at every stage of your life. Endometriosis, bladder issues, pelvic pain, menstrual problems and menopause are just some of the issues that people visit us to discuss.
Our clinicians work closely with General Practitioners, sharing advice and knowledge and, with your agreement, communicating about your health. This ensures that you have the best care during and after your time with us.
Disclosure of Financial Interest
Your treatment may involve referral to a private hospital for surgery or referral for other investigations. Clinicians at Oxford Women's Health operate at a number of South Island hospitals, including Forte Health Hospital Ltd in Christchurch. Your clinician at Oxford Women's Health may hold a financial interest in Forte Health. Your clinician will discuss any surgical options with you and will recommmend the facility that best suits your needs, considering the availability of any suitable alternative facilities.
Oxford Women's Health holds a financial interest in Reform Radiology Ltd, to which you may be referred. You are not required to accept any referral and the primary concern of your clinician at Oxford Women's Health will always be ensuring that you receive the highest standard of care.