Following the lifting of restrictions by the Government, we would like to reassure all our patients that the way we interact with you will not be changing. All staff and consultants will continue to wear face coverings and maintain social distancing, and we require our patients and visitors to do the same, so that we are all protected.

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Getting you
Back in motion

Waiting for treatment can be painful. We can provide access to your full treatment pathway, including pre-tests and scans, treatment and unlimited aftercare, with no hidden costs, all led by your chosen consultant in a safe and clean environment.

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What to expect when you visit us

We are operating COVID free pathways and patients having surgery are tested before admission and undertake a period of isolation before their procedure. All our staff are regularly tested and over 90% of our staff have already received both doses of their vaccination. We continue to take precautions with all staff wearing personal protective equipment for everyone's protection. We plan all of our admissions carefully so that we can treat as many patients as safely as possible.

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Bone and Joint Treatments

We will all suffer from some form of bone or joint pain in our lives. Waiting for treatment can be painful, it is important that we act quickly to manage the condition and prevent it from restricting our lifestyles.

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Talk to us however, whenever you want

We understand that face-to-face appointments may not always be convenient and that a video consultation from your choice of place may suit you better than attending the hospital.

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Complimentary patient advice

Our expert consultants are committed to offering excellent care as soon as you need it; that’s why they dedicate time to offer complimentary advice, with no obligation, so you can be sure before making a decision.

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OUR PATIENTS, AT THE HEART OF ALL WE DO


Small, friendly hospitals

Friendly hospitals

Consultant led care

Consultant led care

Excellent infection control rates

Excellent infection prevention

Virtual consultations

Virtual consultations

Free, on-site parking

Free, on-site parking

What Would You Like To DO?


Gastric Sleeve
Gastric Bypass
Hip Replacement
Knee Replacement
Abdominoplasty
Hernia Surgery
Breast Reduction
Upper GI Endoscopy and Dilatation
Colonoscopy
Gastric Band
Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty)
Face Lift
Bilateral vasectomy
Breast Enlargement
Cataract Surgery
Back pain and spinal care
Eye bag removal
Knee Arthroscopy

Why Wait For Treatment?

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Finance Options

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