COVID-19: Keeping you safe at Sevenoaks Medical Centre More Close

Please be aware that unless you are a patient booked for a procedure with us we do not offer COVID-19 tests to members of the public. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 you will need to access a test via the NHS. For further information please see by call 119.

The safety of our patients, staff and the consultants we work with is our priority. We are closely monitoring guidance from the Department of Health and Public Health England and have put measures in place to keep you safe as a patient.

Please be aware of and adhere to the following:

  • Please wait in your car before being called in for your appointment.
  • You must enter the centre alone unless there is a clinical need for you to be accompanied and that this has been agreed in advance.
  • Until further notice, we are not permitting patients to have any visitors.
  • If you or anyone in your household shows symptoms of COVID-19, do not come to the centre, stay at home and follow the guidance available at

For more information on how we are keeping you safe at Sevenoaks Medical Centre, please follow the link below.

Request an appointment 01732 775 800

Women’s Health & Gynaecology

Gynaecology is the study of functions and conditions specific to women’s health.

From routine cervical smears to diagnostic tests and minimal-access procedures, we offer gynaecology and women’s health services at Sevenoaks Medical Centre. Conditions we cover include:

  • Fibroids – an overgrowth of the womb’s muscle
  • Endometriosis – a condition where tissue that behaves like the lining of the womb is found outside it
  • Endometrial cancer – a malignant growth in the lining of the womb
  • Abnormally-shaped wombs, which can cause miscarriages
  • Polyps – small skin tags
  • Ovarian cysts
  • Ovarian cancer
  • Abnormal cervical smears
  • Dietetics
  • Menopause Clinic


As well as dealing with general gynaecological problems, the Sevenoaks Medical Centre gynaecology facility offers a wide range of diagnostic services. There are some scans, tests and treatments that aren’t available at Sevenoaks Medical Centre. However, if you need additional care, you can choose to be treated at KIMS Hospital, Kent’s largest independent hospital.

In addition to consultations and examinations, we also provide the following women’s health services:


Cervical smear tests, or cervical screenings are tests, which help in the prevention of cervical cancer by detecting and removing abnormal cells from the cervix early.

This procedure involves a small brush being used to collect cells from the cervix. The cell sample is then sent off to a laboratory for analysis. The results then influence any further treatment if necessary.


A coil implant is a form of contraception, which is inserted into the womb. The T-shaped plastic and copper device stops sperm and eggs surviving in the womb and is up to 99% effective. This form of contraception comes in a number of different varieties with the device containing varying amounts of copper. This form of contraception can last for five to ten years.


Expert Gynaecologists – We work with expert consultant gynaecologists, who will ensure you get the right diagnosis and treatment for your needs.

High-end gynaecology technology – We use the latest advances in technology at, selected to assist our consultants in giving women the best healthcare, from diagnostics and diagnosis through to treatment and assisting in recovery.

Exceptional quality of care – the gynaecology team at Sevenoaks Medical Centre ensure patients receive exceptional care during their time with us, which is tailored to the individual needs of each patient.

Working to the best outcome – Whether a patient needs a smear test, wants to use our screening service, or requires specific treatment the key aim for our gynaecology facility is providing the best possible results in terms of successful diagnosis and effective treatment.

If you’d like to find out more about the gynaecology facilities we provide at Sevenoaks Medical Centre, or if you’d like to arrange an appointment with our qualified team, use our online booking form, or call 01732 775 800.