A private hospital in Harrogate is to open a specialist menopause clinic in Harrogate next week.
A free menopause workshop led by specialists Dr Clare Spencer and Dr Anna Greaves will take place at David Lloyd, Harrogate on Tuesday, October 12 — two days before the clinic opens to patients.
The workshop topics will include menopause transition stages and symptoms, preparing for and managing menopause and reframing attitudes.
Patients can book consultations directly with the hospital.
Michelle Eardley, executive director of the Duchy Hospital, said:
“Menopause is a challenging condition that affects thousands of women across North Yorkshire. Working with My Menopause Centre is part of our commitment to ensuring that patients across Harrogate and further afield have fast access to the services they need.”
Dr Clare Spencer, co-founder of My Menopause Centre, said the clinic will give women a holistic service as they transition through the perimenopause and menopause.
The Duchy Hospital, which is part of Circle Health Group, opened in 1959 and offers a range of inpatient and outpatient services. The hospital also supports patients from the NHS.
Circle Health Group, which acquired BMI Healthcare in January 2020, operates Britain’s largest network of independent hospitals.
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