Cathy is recognised by all major UK and International medical insurers, except AXA with whom she does not have an agreement.

If you have private medical insurance and we have a direct billing agreement with them, we can invoice your insurance company directly. If you are self-funded, we will invoice you directly, and expect settlement on the day of your visit. Most commonly charged fees are as follows:

Consultation £275
(Remote consultation £250)
Antenatal consultation £400
Follow-up consultation £225
(Remote follow-up consultation £200)
Ultrasound scan £175
Copper coil insertion £485
(includes consultation, insertion procedure and coil)
Mirena/Jaydess coil insertion £585
(includes consultation, insertion procedure and coil)

Other fees are available on request. You will remain liable for any fees should your insurer refuse to provide cover.

Should you need an operation and are self-funded, The Portland Hospital offers fixed-price packages, and Cathy and her anaesthetist are able to provide a quotation to carry out the operation; this allows you to cost any surgical treatment you may require.

If you would like more information with regards to your condition, treatment,
recovery or choices, you may find the following websites helpful:

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist
The Family Planning Association
The International Urogynaecological Association

Cathy routinely consults all day on Mondays and Thursdays in her consulting room at The Portland Hospital.


Dr Cathy Roberts
MB BS MRCOG
212 Great Portland Street
London W1W 5QN

Office Tel: 020 7390 8447
Email: clinic@drcathyroberts.co.uk

Private & NHS Practice:
Portland Hospital
Homerton University Hospital

GMC registration: 3498800

Portland HospitalHomerton University Hospital

Cathy treats a range of lower urinary tract and pelvic disorders, including urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. She offers surgical repair, and also works closely with physiotherapists and specialist nurses to ensure patients receive the best possible treatment.

Cathy specialises in laparoscopic
(minimal access) surgery. This type of
highly skilled surgery causes less trauma
to patients, less damage to body tissue
and allows a faster recovery time, so
patients spend fewer days in hospital and
feel more comfortable while they recover.

Cathy offers gynaecological care to women and girls from puberty onwards. In addition to cervical screening we can arrange breast and bone density investigations as part of routine well-woman reviews. Conditions she can help treat include (but are not limited to) problematic periods, polycystic ovaries, ovarian cysts, fibroids, menopause, and post-menopausal bleeding. She has an ultrasound scanner in clinic.

If you are pregnant, Cathy should be delighted to see you for early pregnancy care and investigations.
Beyond 24 weeks, should you wish to deliver at The Portland Hospital, Cathy will recommend a trusted colleague to take over your care, as she no longer delivers babies privately.

If you are planning to deliver in the NHS, Cathy can continue to see you for parallel care throughout your pregnancy, providing top-up consultations and scans and giving you an unhurried opportunity to ask questions with regards to your pregnancy and care.

Cathy also gives antenatal care and advice to women planning to deliver outside the UK. We are happy to share your care notes and results with your chosen Obstetrician and/or Hospital.

Cathy is an Obstetrician and
Gynaecologist specialising in
laparoscopic surgery and urogynaecology.

She provides care for women in her private practice at The Portland Hospital and also works part-time in the NHS at Homerton University Hospital. She was appointed Consultant in 2000.