Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and it’s our chance to put ovarian cancer in the spotlight. Find out how you can get involved and make a difference! Two thirds of women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer too late when the cancer is harder to treat. Every day in the UK, 11 women die. We

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Track a Referral

The easiest and quickest way to find out the length of waiting time is via the NHS My Planned care NHS that was launched to enable patients to see how long the average wait time for treatment is at hospitals across England.

This is to help manage patient expectations when being referred for treatment. When your referral is received by the hospital from us, the Consultant’s team read it and prioritise how soon you are seen.

Please DO NOT contact the practice, we have no influence over this, it’s the Consultant’s view. We do find it difficult to manage calls from patients asking us but unfortunately we have no idea where you are on the hospitals waiting list.

To access the website information go to then choose the hospital where you have been referred and you can then view the average waiting times.