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We're proud to have supported NHS trusts, charities and private providers with bringing essential women's health services into communities

Delivering care closer to home

Improving access to essential women's health services.

Women's health hubs aim to increase access to care and reduce health inequalities by delivering services in the heart of communities. They allow patients to access the care they need closer to home, helping to ease pressure on waiting lists. 

Our women's health hubs can support with:

  • Menstrual and menopause treatment
  • Pre-conception care
  • Breast pain support
  • STI and HIV screening
  • Pessary fitting and removal 
  • Contraceptive counselling
Women's health hubs

According to the 'Women's Health - Let's talk about it' 2022 survey

Conducted by the Department for Health and Social Care, almost 100,000 women across the UK shared their views:


of respondents said they cannot access services conveniently in terms of location


felt their health condition or disability has impacted their experience in the workplace


thought that women's access to healthcare services had been impacted by COVID-19

Mobile maternity unit

Bringing services into the heart of our communities

Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust are using a mobile unit to help to improve access to maternity care within convenient settings.

We're proud to supply the mobile unit, which is supporting them to reduce health inequalities and enhance access to health services in areas where it is most needed.

Mobile maternity unit

Client testimonial

We had an exceptional 4 months with some of the best engagement rates we have ever seen and more material orders than ever before.

Claire Cohen

Head of Health Information and Engagement, Jo's Trust

Increasing cervical screening uptake

Reducing the risk of cervical cancer

As part of Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust's national campaign, ‘Eradicate Cervical Cancer’, we supported them with taking health education into communities.

With a programme that went into areas where uptake of cervical screening was low, we supported the charity with identifying community locations to communicate with the hard-to-reach.

Cervical screening awareness

Taking health education into communities

Some of the best engagement rates that Jo's Trust had ever seen


conversations provided help and support with issues around cervical cancer


information travel wallets were handed out across 66 events


locations to reach out to women in areas where the cervical screening attendance was low

Innovations to reduce women's health inequalities

High-capacity unit

This relocatable healthcare unit is ideal for the changing demands of modern clinical provision. Increase capacity and deliver improved efficiencies by providing care on hospital estates or out in the community.

Community vehicle

Reach people in the heart of communities for care closer to home. This HTM compliant clinical environment can be quickly and easily set-up, allowing for multiple moves per day to respond to clinical needs.