What do we do?
The Blue Healthcare Gynaecology Unit offers preventive services, accurate diagnosis and outpatient treatments for all types of disorders of the female reproductive system. Our goal is to support women throughout their lives, from their fertile stage until after menopause.
At Blue Healthcare we have the latest high-level 4D ultrasound technology. Our ultrasounds are in three dimensions with the addition of a fourth dimension in real time and in motion, which allows us to obtain the most lifelike and best quality images of the foetus. Our patients can see precisely what their baby looks like and how it’s moving inside the uterus.
- First consultation premium gynaecology (assessment, examination, ultrasound) (1.5 - 2 hours duration)
- Consultation to deliver report (1 hour duration)
- Follow-up consultation/Gynaecological review (assessment, examination, ultrasound) (1 hour duration)
- Express consultation (assessment, examination, ultrasound). (30 mins duration)
Specialised consultations (1.5 - 2 hours duration):
- Sexually transmitted disease consultation
- HPV consultation (Human Papillomavirus)
- Candidiasis consultation
- Endometriosis consultation
- Oncology assessment consultation
Diagnostic analytical tests:
- Liquid based cytology (not pap smear)
- HPV typing
- Cervix biopsy
- Vulva biopsy
- High level obstetrics 4D ultrasound
- Basic obstetric ultrasound
- Basic gynaecological ultrasound (routine)
- 3D gynaecological ultrasound (Three-dimensional transvaginal gynaecological ultrasound for abnormalities).
- Vaginal ozone session *session conducted by Dr Alexandra Henríquez
- Major autohemotherapy session with ozone session (per session) *session conducted by Dr José Rodríguez
Obstetrics - Pregnancies:
- Consultations and Monitoring: Blue Healthcare
- Natural birth or water birth: Quirónsalud
Doctor Alexandra Henríquez
Gynaecologist and obstetrician, specialist in senology, breast pathology and gynaecological oncology, with a less and less interventionist vision of pregnancy and childbirth. Her professional and personal experience has taught her that the best way to help is to try to follow the great motto of Hippocrates, the father of medicine: "Primum non nocere" (first, do no harm). Dr Henríquez believes that she became a better obstetrician after given birth to her two children and experiencing the other side as a patient. Knowing what childbirth is like taught her to assist pregnant women better, because going through childbirth without an epidural meant she learned exactly what each moment feels like.
And why did she choose to specialise in breast oncology and pathology? In the words of Dr Henríquez: “In this society, when patients have a tumour the connotation is always negative, and you have to try the opposite: go through the process with strength and positivism. It is important to operate following aesthetic standards which do not then create trauma in women. We must give psychological support and we must help the body to purify. A diseased organ is an overloaded organ, either by external or internal toxins, and we must help eliminate them so that the treatments are more effective and the body recovers better. That's why I’ve dedicated myself to this, which is hard, difficult, and emotionally more exhausting, but I believe that I’m doing my bit and helping my patients cope with the disease a little better.”