Welcoming you into a wonderful clinic in the midlands
We are Nurse led Private Clinics specialising Women’s Health and Wellbeing. We offer a discreet, personal and professional service in superior, comfortable and friendly clinics. Our team of specialist Nurses offer a growing range of services and treatments which are available in our expanding footprint of clinics, bringing the best in Women’s Health Care to you.
You can find us at “Consulting Rooms 38“, 38 Harborne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 3EB
There is free parking available just behind the clinic. The post code for this is B15 3EB. It is off Highfield road.
The nearest train stations is Birmingham New Street Station. You can board the West Midlands Metro tram from there and exit at Edgbaston Village. It is a 5 mins walk away from the clinic.
Unfortunately, there is no wheelchair access to the treatment room in this clinic.
Meet Our Practitioners
Emma Louise RN
Co-founder, Managing Director and Nu-V Creator
While awaiting a diagnosis for her own problems caused through childbirth, the urology nurse realised what was lacking from her treatment – friendly advice from a dedicated nurse and appointments that were generous with time and ran to schedule. With her knowledge of lasers she developed Nu-V to maintain her condition, and solve many other women’s health related issues. From stress incontinence caused by childbirth, to dryness from ageing and menopause. Emma is on hand to help with all urology and Nu-V queries.
Director of Relations and Nurse Advisor
Rosalind Jones, a former Registered Nurse, is our patient co-ordinator who is still practices in her specialism of laser treatment and aesthetics, Ros talks to each and every patient before an appointment is made. This ensures that women feel listened to and understood and that they are confident in the help and support the clinic offers. As a woman herself, Mother and Grandmother – Ros really has heard it all before!
Keran Haughton RN
Nu-V and Aesthetics Practitioner
Keran has a wealth of nursing knowledge and experience. She started out in Urology where she first recognised the sensitive nature of genitourinary ailments. She then worked in Cardiology before becoming a Diabetes Specialist Nurse. Along with being a nurse educator and mentor, she is a Non-Medical-Prescriber which allows her patients the benefit of having their prescriptions in a convenient and timely manner. She is currently a Specialist Practitioner in District Nursing and within her role she treats women with gynaecological conditions which has reignited her passion for women's health. In addition, having 4 children herself, Keran is naturally able to empathise with women needs.
Clinics: Leicester and Shrewsbury