We deal with all enquiries in a professional, reassuring and confidential manner. Your care will be provided by our multidisciplinary team including consultant gynaecologists, specialist gynaecology nurses, physiotherapists, counsellors, phlebotomists and radiologists.This page contains details of the various gynaecological clinics at The National Maternity Hospital.  

Referrals are mainly made by your GP or Consultant Obstetrician/Gynaecologist; please click on the referrals link in the menu on the left hand side of the page for further referral information.

Gynaecology Clinic Contact Details 
Clinic Hours: Monday to Friday 08:00 - 16:00 hrs

Tel: (01) 637 3502
       (01) 637 3504
Fax: (01) 637 3191






Specialty ClinicDetails
DESFor women who feel they were exposed to the DES/stilboestrol (i.e. their mother took it during her pregnancy with them). As this clinic only occurs every 3 months, there may be a delay in appointments. However urgent queries will be dealt with quickly.
EndometriosisAny woman who has been diagnosed with endometriosis or who feels she may have it.
OncologyA Cancer Nurse Co-ordinator works between The National Maternity Hospital and St. Vincent's University Hospital. This role is predominately to support, educate and be a liaison for women, their families and staff.

Referrals are made through the oncology clinics. Oncology treatments are co-ordinated between ourselves and other sites including St. Lukes Hospital, St. Vincent's University Hospital, St. Vincent's Private Hospital and the Blackrock Clinic.

PsychosexualFor women and their partners who are experiencing sexual difficulties such as loss of desire, painful intercourse or anxiety/fear. These difficulties may occur at any stage of the life cycle but may be especially noticeable around times of stress, illness, infertility or post childbirth.
Adolescent Gynaecology