Peter Greenhouse MA, MB, BChir, FRCOG, FFSRH
Peter brings some 40 years experience in NHS women’s sexual health care to offer private consultations on menopause, perimenopause, hormonal adjustments to improve premenstrual syndrome & PMDD, and associated health concerns.
The aim of his service is to:
- assess each woman’s individual needs
- offer accurate information on the range of hormonal & other care choices
- suggest and/or initiate appropriate treatments
- monitor progress and adjust treatment as necessary
- report and hand over to the woman’s GP for ongoing care
He was trained over some ten years in perimenopause and menopause by his ex-wife, Dr Annie Evans, taking over her NHS patients after her departure from Bristol.
He is a formally accredited Menopause Specialist – one of only 135 such experts in the UK recognised by the British Menopause Society.
He qualified in 1979 from Cambridge University Medical School, training between gynaecology and venereology to bring the specialties together under one roof as integrated women’s sexual health care.
After his first consultant post in Ipswich (1991-9), he moved to Bristol and rebuilt services here and in Weston with large government grants to form the current Bristol Sexual Health Centre (from which he retired in 2017) and the WISH Centre at Weston General Hospital (from which he retired in October 2020).
He continues to lecture nationally & internationally on all aspects of women’s sexual health.
As media chair for BASHH (British Association for Sexual Health & HIV), he led the successful campaign to change the cervical cancer vaccine given to schoolgirls to one which also protects against genital warts, and assisted in the campaign to offer the vaccine to schoolboys.
He was expert clinical reviewer for the fpa’s leaflet “Your Guide to Menopause”, and has produced his own explanatory notes on menopause and perimenopause including links to relevant research and information articles, which he shares with anyone making enquiries about consultations.
He has given a lecture to GPs on better management of menopause, perimenopause and PMDD which is available on YouTube.
First Online Consultation (including prescription & GP letter) £200
Follow-up Online Consultation (including prescription & GP letter) £100
Insurance companies do NOT typically reimburse menopause care. However, most women will require only 1-3 consultations to sort out their hormonal health before continuing care thereafter with their GP.
Online via – FaceTime, WhatsApp, Zoom, Messenger, Skype, or WeChat
*Reduced rates are offered to his former NHS
patients in return for a donation to one of the following local charities
supporting women after sexual assault and domestic violence: