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The KEVII Endometriosis Centre

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Could Endometriosis be affecting your quality of life?

Get the diagnosis and treatment to take back control with support from the multidisciplinary team of experts at The King Edward VII’s Endometriosis Centre, one of the longest running private endometriosis centres in the UK to be accredited by the British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (BSGE).

If you are suffering with endometriosis, you may find that this chronic and debilitating condition is having a significant impact on your life. It can affect all women of child bearing age and currently 1.5m women in the UK are living with this condition.

Endometriosis can be a difficult condition for a GP to diagnose due to the variations between symptoms. However, our specialist gynaecology team can give you access to a full range of diagnostic tests including ultrasound and laparoscopy.

Endometriosis is a long-term condition that requires accurate treatment – begin your journey back to health with the fully comprehensive service available at King Edward VII’s Hospital.

Enquiries & Appointments

Call 020 7467 4344

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Why choose the King Edward VII’s Endometriosis Centre?

Access world-leading techniques and procedures designed to help treat the debilitating symptoms of severe endometriosis. Expect the following from our expert team:

  • One of the only private Endometriosis Centres in the UK – to be accredited by the British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (BSGE)
  • Leading consultant care – from Mr Alfred Cutner, an internationally renowned gynaecologist with experience in treating cases of severe endometriosis
  • Extensive team – including gynaecologists, colorectal surgeons, urologists, specialist endometriosis nurses and consultants with radiology and fertility expertise.
  • State of the art diagnostic imaging – onsite ultrasound and MRI, reported by specialist gynaecology radiologists.
  • Fully equipped for severe and complex cases – experienced treating severe cases of endometriosis involving the bowel, bladder and ureters.
  • Convenient central London location – easily accessible by train and The London Underground in the famous Harley Street medical district.

How much does treatment for endometriosis cost?

It is important to understand the complete costs prior to embarking on your treatment journey.

Following your initial consultation and diagnostics the complexity of your case will be established. Your endometriosis specialist will determine your suitability for our treatment packages and explain the most appropriate package for the complexity of care you require.

Treatment packages start from £11,750 and can go up to £26,000 for the most complex cases. Our fees include all inpatient care with our multi-disciplinary team of specialists but exclude outpatient care both pre and post-operatively. Any unforeseen costs are included.

Fixed-Price Treatment Packages

One to one support from our Clinical Nurse Specialist

When a patient has been referred and decides on surgical treatment our nurse specialist Renata Marucha will be involved from the early stages. She will talk the patient through any wider issues, taking into account the patient’s needs.

Renata will also be there as a point of contact throughout the treatment, during what can often be a confusing and worrying time. She will provide advice for patients after discharge and give women contact details of the endometriosis specialist nurse, and can make contact if problems develop.

She will give patients pre-operative and post operative questionnaires that assess the outcome of treatment at 6, 12 and 24 months post-surgery. This is a requirement of the accredited endometriosis centre.

Watch our free endometriosis webinars

We hosted two webinars – ‘Endometriosis Explained’ and ‘Severe Endometriosis Explained’ – as part of Endometriosis Awareness Month in March.

You can watch the recordings back below:

Endometriosis Explained

Endometriosis sufferer Carla Cressy shared her story, and the following was also covered:

  • How endometriosis is diagnosed (Joel Naftalin)
  • How it affects fertility (Michael Dooley) and
  • The treatment options available (Alfred Cutner)

Severe Endometriosis Explained

Carla Cressy again shared some of her experiences, and the webinar also covered:

  • Severe cases of endometriosis (Alfred Cutner)
  • Why a team with colorectal (Al Windsor) and urogynaecology (Daron Smith) expertise is essential, and
  • The role of a Gynaecology Clinical Nurse Specialist (Renata Marucha)

Meet Your Multi-Disciplinary Endometriosis Team

Mr Alfred Cutner  ›
Alfred Cutner is an expert in minimal access surgery and the management of women with severe endometriosis. He is past president of the British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy and co-wrote the current training program for trainees in advanced laparoscopic surgery. He has a wealth of experience in the surgical management of endometriosis and has lectured and demonstrated surgery nationally and internationally.
Special interests include:
Endometriosis (+ 6 more)
Mr Jeremy Ockrim  ›
Jeremy Ockrim is Honorary Associate Professor at UCL and Consultant Urological Surgeon in Female Reconstructive Surgery at UCLH, London. UCLH offers tertiary expertise to Urologists and Urogynaecologists nationwide and internationally. He is a senior member of the joint Pelvic Floor Unit specializing in bladder-ureteric reconstruction and complex incontinence.
Special interests include:
Incontinence (+ 13 more)
Mr Daron Smith  ›
Daron Smith is a consultant endourologist whose practice encompasses all aspects of "Endoluminal" ureteric surgery from stone disease though ureteric injury to the urological support of women with severe / endometriosis. He is vice chair of the BAUS (British Association of Urological Surgeons) Section of EndoUrology, the consulting editor for stone disease for the BJUI (British Journal of Urology International) and the Deputy Editor of JELEU (The Journal of Endoluminal EndoUrology). He has worked closely with Alfred Cutner and Alistair Windsor in the management of endometriosis for the last 5 years, including as co-faculty on national teaching courses, and has been a colleague of Jeremy Ockrim and Rizwan Hamid for more than a decade.
Special interests include:
Urinary Tract Stone Disease (+ 11 more)
Mr Alastair Windsor  ›
Mr Windsor is widely regarded as a leader in the field of colorectal disorders. He has been involved with the management of the colorectal aspects of complex endometriosis for over 20 years. For the last 12 years working closely with Mr Cutner as part of the UCLH and KEVII endometriosis centers. Their method of joint laparoscopic operating has evolved over those years and is now becoming adopted as the gold standard of care for complex cases. Mr Windsor is also actively involved in teaching and training of the surgical management of endometriosis.
Special interests include:
Colorectal Cancer (+ 4 more)
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Mr Arvind Vashisht
Arvind Vashisht is a gynaecologist with expertise in complex surgery for benign disease. He is the Chairman of the BSGE Endometriosis centres responsible for the accreditation of UK centres treating women with severe endometriosis. He runs surgical workshops and live surgery courses and lectures internationally on endometriosis. He is an honorary Associate Professor at UCL.
Special interests include:
Endometriosis (+ 7 more)
Professor Andrew Baranowski  ›
Dr Baranowski is an internationally renound expert in pelvic pain medicine. He has worked closely with experts in the field of endometriosis; including, gynaecologists, urogynaecologists , urologists and colorectal specialists for over 20 years giving him a unique understanding of the issues that those with endometriosis live with. He has a Team of physiotherapists, psychologists, nurses and a secretariat. As well as medication management he is an expert in interventions and neuromodulation for pelvic pain. He is immediate past President of the British Pain Society and has held many other senior national and International positions.
Special interests include:
Spinal Pain (+ 4 more)

Why King Edward VII's Hospital?

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Because our standards are apparent in everything we do…
  • Patient-centred care – placing you at the heart of everything we do
  • Hand-picked consultants– so you can choose from one of the finest specialists in the UK
  • Multidisciplinary approach – working together in specialist teams, deciding on a personalised treatment plan for you
  • Innovative treatments – state-of-the-art medical facilities designed with unparalleled safety and precision in mind
  • Quality and safety – prioritising high quality, safe and effective healthcare, always
  • Charitable work – any surplus we make goes into providing subsidised medical care to Veterans of the Armed Forces.

There is a reason why over 98% of our patients would recommend King Edward VII’s Hospital to family and friends.
Book your consultation today: Call 020 7467 4344