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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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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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What to expect when you visit us

We are operating COVID free pathways, patients having surgery are tested before admission and undertake a period of isolation before their procedure, all our staff are regularly tested we continue to take precautions with all staff wearing personal protective equipment for everyone’s protection.

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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

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Latest News & Blog Posts


Keep up to date with the latest from Ramsay Health Care.

What is a Spigelian Hernia?

A spigelian hernia can be painful, awkward and uncomfortable, just like many other hernias that patients can get. The spigelian variety however can result in a number of serious complications, and as such, quick treatment is highly recommended to ensure you can return to a more comfortable and less painful daily life as quickly as possible.

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Lifestyle changes to help manage lung cancer

Having lung cancer can drastically affect your day to day life and impact both your physical and mental health in many ways. Living with this illness can present hurdles in all aspects of your life and make simple daily tasks a true challenge.

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Tips to Support a Healthy Immune System

Our Specialist Dietitian, Nichola Ludlam-Raine, shares some advice to support a healthy immune system from nutrients to lifestyle factor tips.

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Prevent skin cancer

How Can I Prevent Skin Cancer?

It’s reassuring to know that skin cancer is highly preventable. By taking a few simple measures you can protect you and your family from getting skin cancer.

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Lung Cancer Stages Explained

Lung Cancer Stages Explained

Lung cancer is the third most common cancer in the UK¹ and it is also one of the most serious types of cancer. As with all cancers, the likelihood of survival is higher if lung cancer is caught in the early stages when it is most treatable.

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Hernia Symptoms in Women versus Men

Do women have the same hernia symptoms as men? Often a hernia presents with similar symptoms for men and women but certain types of hernias are more common in one of the sexes and each type of hernia has specific symptoms related to it.

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Myeloma Screening

Myeloma screening is a series of tests that may include blood, urine and bone marrow tests and X-rays or scans of your bones to diagnose myeloma cancer. Myeloma is a blood cancer. It arises from a type of white blood cell made in your bone marrow, called plasma cells.

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Laparoscopy to diagnose endometriosis- your questions answered

Endometriosis is when tissue similar to the lining of your womb, called the endometrium, grows outside of a woman’s womb. At Ramsay Health Care you can speak to our expert consultants.

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The Benefits of Walking

Going for a walk is one of the most accessible, most straightforward and most enjoyable ways of exercising. Whether you’re just taking a stroll through your local park, or taking a hike up a mountain trail, you’ll be working your muscles and improving your health with every step you take.

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Can a Vasectomy be Reversed

A vasectomy is a surgical procedure that acts as a permanent form of male contraception. It is typically taken by those who no longer wish to have any or more children, however, circumstances and opinions can always change and so some people may opt for a vasectomy reversal later down the line.

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