Our Patients

Keeping our patients safe is our absolute priority, and this has never been as important as it is now. We are proud of our strong record in infection prevention and control, and have strict protocols in place to minimise the risk of infection and keep our patients and workforce safe.

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(Coronavirus) Patient and Visitor Information

Ramsay Health Care UK has offered its full support to the National Health Service to assist with its response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Click here to see how Ramsay has supported the NHS.

During COVID 19 we ask that you only attend the hospital if you have been invited to do so. This is to protect all our patients, particularly the most vulnerable as well as our staff. Please click here for information on attending our hospitals during COVID 19.

Patients having a procedure will be swabbed for COVID-19, 72 hours prior to admission. We do not offer COVID tests for people that are symptomatic.

We are open for new referrals and are offering virtual consultations to our patients. Upon review, where clinically appropriate, and in line with our criteria, we will be offering face-to-face appointments and diagnostic tests for certain patients.

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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