Colposcopy

A colposcopy is an examination to check whether there are abnormal cells on your cervix, and if so, how serious they are. This is usually…

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A colposcopy is an examination to check whether there are abnormal cells on your cervix, and if so, how serious they are. This is usually a follow-up to your screening test. Colposcopy usually takes place in an outpatient hospital clinic. A specialist will take a close look at your cervix using a magnifying lens with a light, known as a colposcope. 

We have some useful information leaflets available below that will inform you about your colposcopy, your appointment and any possible procedures involved.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Colposcopy Secretary, who will be able to help you with your enquiry or arrange for somebody to call you back.

The Colposcopy team

Sally Abbott (Nurse Colposcopist)
Mr Emovon
Mr Barani
Mr Gergis
Mr Hanna
Mr El-Hadidy

Colposcopy Secretary:  01302 642198

Patient information leaflets

Contacting the Colposcopy Service

Doncaster Royal Infirmary:
Gynaecology Outpatient Clinic
01302 642808

Bassetlaw Hospital:
Gynaecology Outpatient Clinic
01909 572214

If you want to know more about colposcopy, cervical cancer, HPV infection and vaccination please visit the following websites:

Gynaecology services at DBTH


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