At least half of all pregnancies are unplanned so it is very common. One in five pregnancies a woman will choose to terminate a pregnancy. It can be a difficult choice to make and it can be a very emotional time. Talking to people you trust and making sure you have accurate information and support from a healthcare professional will help. All information and treatment is confidential whatever your age. This means that information cannot be shared with anyone else without your agreement.
Individuals are now able to self-refer to terminate a pregnancy.
To attend an appointment at Lincoln County Hospital, please telephone 01522 573370.
To attend an appointment at Pilgrim Hospital Boston, please telephone 01205 446044.
Callers are asked to leave an answerphone message including their name, date of birth, contact number, the name of the GP surgery they are registered to and the date of their last period.
Messages will be collected daily Monday to Friday on each site and patients will be contacted with an appointment. If a message is left on a Friday, the patient may not be called until Monday.
Anyone concerned they have not received an appointment should call again after three days of leaving the original answerphone message.
You may make an appointment with Lincolnshire Sexual Health (LiSH) for advice on termination as well as to dicuss your contraceptive options. Please ring 01522 309309.
You may also speak to your GP about a referral for termination. Click here to register for a GP.
For antenatal information, please click here.