Early pregnancy assessment units

The early pregnancy assessment units at our hospitals are for patients in the early stages of pregnancy (up to 20 weeks). If you have concerns, such as bleeding, you may refer yourself to the service, or be referred by your GP, a midwife or from our A&E departments. Please make an appointment before attending the units (details of how to do so are below).

You may be seen in the unit if you have:

  • A positive pregnancy test
  • Early pregnancy (up to 20 weeks gestation)
  • Vaginal bleeding or pain
  • Previous ectopic pregnancy or molar pregnancy.

St Helier Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit (EPAU)

The Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit at St Helier is open Monday to Friday, 8.30am-11.30am on the ground floor of E block (Women’s Health) at St Helier. To make an appointment, please call 020 8296 2882. 

If you need to be seen urgently outside of these hours we suggest you attend the Emergency Department.

The clinic tends to be busy and the midwife may not be able to answer the phone during clinic times. If there is no answer, please leave a brief message and clear contact details on the answer machine and someone will return your call.

Epsom Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit (EPAU)

The Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit at Epsom is open from 1.15pm-4pm Monday to Friday, with the last appointment at 3.30pm. It is situated on the ground floor in block L2 (Langley Wing).  To make an appointment, please call 01372 735155.

If you need to be seen urgently outside of these hours we suggest you attend the Emergency Department.

The clinic tends to be busy and the midwife may not be able to answer the phone during clinic. If there is no answer, please leave a brief message and clear contact details on the answer machine.

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