Although our iCaSH services do not provide termination of pregnancy or abortion services, our staff are able to offer confidential advice and help you make the best decision for you.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) is an independent healthcare charity that has been advocating and caring for people who decide to end a pregnancy. You can contact BPAS on 0345 730 4030, seven days a week, to refer yourself to the service.
Sexwise also provide information on unplanned pregnancy and termination of pregnancy.
Peterborough City Hospital and Hinchingbrooke Hospital offer medical and surgical treatments to individuals not wishing to continue with a pregnancy. You can self-refer, seven days a week, by contacting 01733 673758. Alternatively, your GP or iCaSH clinic is able to refer you for treatment.
The Rosie Hospital, Cambridge provide counselling for people unsure how they wish to proceed with their pregnancy. You can self-refer by calling 01223 217664.
Ipswich Hospital offers medical and surgical treatments to women unable to continue with a pregnancy. Your GP or iCaSH clinic is able to refer you for treatment at Ipswich Hospital. More information is available at: https://www.esneft.nhs.uk/service/pregnancy-and-birth-services/pregnancy-advisory-service/
West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds offers medical and surgical treatments for people not wishing to continue with a pregnancy. You can self-refer via: https://www.wsh.nhs.uk/Services-A-Z/Gynaecology/Termination-of-pregnancy.aspx or by calling 01284 713235 (Mon -Fri 8am-5pm). You may also speak with your GP or iCaSH for referral if you would prefer.
James Paget Hospital offers medical and surgical treatments and you can be referred via your GP or iCaSH.