Women’s Health Alliance (WHA) is an independent association of medical societies, patient care organisations and specialist charities that aims to improve awareness and understanding of issues concerning women’s health and so facilitate a better quality of life for women everywhere.

WHA is a resource with three objectives:

  • to enable women to find information more readily about their health, wellbeing and lifestyle;
  • to support GPs and encourage inter-practice referrals so helping to ensure that every woman has access to a doctor or nurse with a particular interest in women's health;
  • to offer Government, the NHS, the media and the broader health industry informed and objective views on current issues concerning women's health.

Our members include medical societies, patient care organisations and specialist charities.

Associate supporters are drawn from throughout the health sector.

This website was launched in July 2012. It helps to communicate our objectives by signposting the work of members and providing opportunities for a sharper focus on women's health.

We are confident that Women's Health Alliance has the expertise and commitment to help you.

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Nick Panay
Joint Chair

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Dr Heather Currie
Joint Chair

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WHC's 24th Annual International Symposium on Women's Health
Friday 7 November 2014, Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists

An interesting, informative and interactive day of women's health updates from internationally-renowned experts

The Symposium format gives the opportunity to network with speakers and colleagues from Primary and Secondary care alike – and to raise queries, questions and seek advice from our expert panel, especially on difficult or complex cases.

More information and registration on the WHC website >

Supporting charities

British Menopause Society
Women's Health Concern
Menopause Matters
Babyfeeding Matters
Bladder Matters
Counselling Directory
Daisy Network
Endometriosis UK
The Hysterectomy Association
Infertility Network UK
Menopause Exchange
Verity - sharing the truth about PCOS

Fundraising news: Carrie's Loch Ness Marathon challenge


Dr Carrie Sadler, a GP in Derbyshire, is one of the trustees for NAPS. She ran the Loch Ness marathon on the 29th September, raising money for NAPS. Visit her Just Giving page to find out more about her progress.