Treatments provided by Elaine Scott

Obstetric services

  • Pre-conception counselling
  • Pregnancy (normal and high-risk)
  • Pregnancy after IVF/fertility treatment
  • Kidney/urinary problems in pregnancy
  • Medical disorders in pregnancy
  • Management of labour and childbirth (normal vaginal delivery, assisted vaginal delivery, Caesarean section)


Gynaecology services

Miss Scott offers investigation and treatment for a range of gynaecological conditions, including:

  • Bleeding between periods or after sexual intercourse
  • Hormonal disturbances such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  • Menopause
  • Period problems such as heavy, painful or irregular periods
  • Post-menopausal bleeding
  • Suspected vaginal infections


Procedures and treatments she offers include:

  • Contraception
  • Insertion and removal of intra-uterine contraceptive devices, e.g. Mirena
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  • Hysteroscopy and endometrial biopsy
  • Medical and surgical management of miscarriage
  • Removal of uterine and cervical polyps
  • Screening for sexually transmitted diseases
  • Well woman checks/cervical smears



Miss Scott is available for consultation at the Portland Hospital, Monday to Friday 09.30 to 17.30.

To discuss out of hours or same day appointments, please contact Miss Scott via email or telephone.


Initial consultation: £350 (Obstetrics) / £275 (Gynaecology)

Follow-up consultations: £320 (Obstetrics) / £225 (Gynaecology)


Treatments, operations and tests

Birth or delivery of a baby is a wonderful and natural event. The delivery could be natural, through the birth canal, or via a C–section. Whilst a natural birth is encouraged, there are circumstances which may affect the mother's as well as the baby's well-being, and these call for a C-section in a hospital setting. However, a baby's delivery can also take place in the relaxed environment of your home with your chosen midwife in attendance or in a hospital setting and be consultant led.
Cervical cancer have rarely, if ever, been screened. These women may not obtain pelvic examinations partly because of the cost. The use of liquid-based cytologic screening adds upfront costs, and, therefore, could lead to a paradoxical increase in mortality from this disease if this cost prevented more women from being screened. For example, most women in the United States who die from cervical cancer have rarely, if ever, been screened.
Dilation (or dilatation) and curettage (D&C) refers to the dilation (widening/opening) of the cervix and surgical removal of part of the lining of the uterus and/or contents of the uterus by scraping and scooping (curettage). It is a therapeutic gynecological procedure as well as a rarely used method of first trimester abortion.D&C normally is referred to a procedure involving a curette, also called sharp curettage.[1] However, some sources use the term D&C to refer more generally to any procedure that involves the processes of dilation and removal of uterine contents.
Laparoscopy is an operation performed in the abdomen or pelvis through small incisions (usually 0.5–1.5 cm) with the aid of a camera. It can either be used to inspect and diagnose a condition or to perform surgery. There are two types of laparoscope: (1) a telescopic rod lens system, that is usually connected to a video camera (single chip or three chip), or (2) a digital laparoscope where a miniature digital video camera is placed at the end of the laparoscope, eliminating the rod lens system.
* Consultation with nurse. * Medical, social and occupational history. * Height, weight and body mass index. * Blood pressure and heart rate. * Urine analysis. * Lung function test. * Routine eye test. * Blood cholesterol level. * Instruction and information on breast examination. * Cervical smear test. * Lifestyle advice and report. * GP referral if necessary.
A hysteroscope, is a thin tube with a built in camera that is inserted through the cervix into the uterus. A gynaecologist uses a hysteroscope for diagnosing and treating problems that cause infertility, miscarriages, and abnormal menstrual bleeding. The procedure is normally done as an outpatient procedure.