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What is a Women’s Health Hub?

Women’s Health Hubs bring together existing services to provide holistic, integrated, accessible care delivered by appropriately trained clinicians with the support of specialists, resulting in better outcomes for patients.

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 Easier access to basic women’s health services including contraception, menstrual health, menopause, abortion and screening is vital to ensure that women receive the care to which they have a right.

This Women’s Health Hub Toolkit has been designed by women’s health experts as a source of inspiration and practical advice for decision makers, commissioners and providers of women’s health services to set up a Hub for the holistic delivery of women’s health services for the local population.


Identify need in your local area


Create a business case, assess financial viability and set up a training plan


Evaluate and measure your success

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Featured Resources

These multimedia resources have been created by women’s health experts with experience of developing Women’s Health Hubs around the country. Explore the resources under each step for practical advice and guidance to set up a Health Hub within your location.

Step 1: Situation

Situational Analysis: Data Tool

This Women’s Health Hub data tool aims to analyse female population, LARC prescribing rates, including by GPs and sexual and reproductive health, and abortion rates.

Step 2: Solution

Patient Pathways

A clear patient pathway is an essential tool to improve the patient journey and tackle both the financial and time costs of fragmented commissioning.

Step 3: Success

An Example of Success from Liverpool

Explore the latest developments from Liverpool as contributor, James Woolgar discusses the positive activity increases across PCNs and plans for future service expansion.


Our Women’s Health Hub experts answer your frequently asked questions about developing Women’s Health Hubs.

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