Referrals to our clinics

Find out how you can be seen at one of our clinics. Often to get a referral, the first step is to visit your GP, midwife or consultant.

How can I get a referral to a Tommy's clinic?

If you’d like to be referred to a Tommy’s clinic, you should speak to your GP, midwife or consultant in the first instance. You don’t need to be local to the clinic to attend but you do need to fit the referral criteria. If this is the case, they will be able to refer you digitally, usually via the NHS ‘chose and book’ system.  

Below you can find more specific information, referral criteria and contact details about our miscarriage clinics and Manchester clinics. All the antenatal and recurrent miscarriage clinics associated with our research centres are part of NHS provision and therefore operate according to the regulations and processes of individual hospital trusts. 

About our clinics 

We fund a network of ground-breaking research centres across the country. As part of our innovative research model, our research centre in Manchester and our National Centre for Miscarriage Research are associated with a number of NHS antenatal and recurrent miscarriage clinics. At these clinics, members of our research team translate medical research into clinical practice in real time. This means that patients can access cutting-edge clinical care, as well as have the opportunity to participate in medical trials.

As our clinics are part of NHS provision, Tommy’s does not have access to patient data. This includes access to referrals, appointments, test results and clinic waiting lists. Our midwives and social media team cannot answer specific questions about your NHS care. If you have any queries, please reach out directly to the clinic you are attending.