The Bristol Menopause & Wellwoman Clinic was founded by Hazel Hayden. 
Hazel is a Registered Nurse Practitioner, Independent Prescriber and a Menopause Specialist. 
She holds an MSc in Promoting Sexual Health, a certificate in Menopause, a Women’s Health Practitioner Diploma and a Diploma in Nutrition. 
She has been working in women’s health since 2006 with a special interest in menopause and sexual health. 
She has seen and successfully treated menopausal women with all types of symptoms for the past 13 years. 
She is a fully qualified nurse with over 35 years' experience, and has spent the last 19 years working in Primary Care and Out-of-Hours in the NHS. 
Hazel was a Finalist for Primary Care Nurse of the Year in 2016  
Hazel has also been teaching and educating Health Care Professionals, including GPs, Pharmacists and Practice Nurses since 2000. 
"My aim is to help you navigate through this difficult time using a holistic, individual approach to the menopause. 
This can include diet, exercise and lifestyle advice, as well as discussing treatment options which may well include HRT." 
Hazel is a member of the British Menopause Society and the Primary Care Women’s Health Forum. 


The Bristol Menopause & Wellwoman Clinic is located less than 2 minutes off M5 Junction 19. 
Low Barn, Sheepway 
Bristol BS20 7TF 
There is free parking at the clinic for your convenience. 
Please note: appointments by prior arrangement only. 
We are also pleased to provide an online private dispensing service for all our clients, in partnership with The Independent Pharmacy of Emery Road in Bristol, where your prescriptions will be delivered quickly and discreetly to your door. 

             If you are suffering from any of the symptoms of the menopause and would like to learn more or arrange a consultation with Hazel, please call us, email us, or book an appointment here. 

You’ll be so glad you did! 

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