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Christie Hospital

  DESCRIPTION:The Christie Hospital in Manchester is one of the leading cancer centres in Europe offering: , high-quality diagnosis, treatment and care for cancer patients , world-class research , education in all aspects of cancer Christie Hospital receive over 12,500 new patients, and treat around 40,000 patients, every year across Greater Manchester, Cheshire and beyond

Moor Field Hospital

  DESCRIPTION:Moor Field Hospital offer a comprehensive and seamless ophthalmic service that is internationally renowned. Last year we carried out over 23,000 ophthalmic operations. Complex ophthalmic cases (tertiary referrals) come to us from across the UK and further afield. In partnership with the Institute of Ophthalmology (part of University College London), we manage the largest ongoing ophthalmic research programme in the world. All of this is only possible because of the unique combination of doctors, scientists and a variety of other clinicians, supported by state-of-the-art research at the Institute of Ophthalmology, that work together to provide a dedicated service. Our doors are never closed and everyone that walks through them, be they staff, patients, or friends are all a part of the Moorfields community.

BMI Health Care
  DESCRIPTION:BMI Healthcare is a group of 49 acute care private patient hospitals around the United Kingdom with over 2,400 beds. Handling over 250,000 inpatient and 750,000 outpatient visits each year, nearly half of the procedures undertaken for patients are of a major or complex nature. BMI Healthcare hospitals undertake all of their work to at least the standards set under relevant regulations and guidelines, which are at least the same standards as those required of the NHS. Each hospital has an experienced doctor on-site 24 hours a day to support patient care and a fully qualified nursing, clinical and support team plus diagnostic and treatment technology relevant to the patient procedures undertaken.

Addenbrooke's Hospital

The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals
  DESCRIPTION: The services provided at The Royal Bournemouth Hospital include: , Anaesthetics , Acute General Surgery , Accident & Emergency , Cardiology (Dorset Heart Centre) , Maternity , Medicine , Eye Unit (Ophthalmology) , Orthopaedics , Pathology , Radiology , Rehabilitation

Bristol Eye Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:Bristol Eye Hospital is one of the country's leading specialist hospitals with an international reputation for the treatment of diseases of the eye, and highly respected as a pioneer in research, education and clinical practice. The University of Bristol Department of Ophthalmology is attached to the hospital and leads its field in research into eye disease and the development of new treatments. The hospital also houses one of only two Corneal Transplant Banks in England.

  DESCRIPTION:Ealing Hospital has received a "Good" score for providing high quality care and treatment to patients in the Annual Health Check for health organisations, published on 18th October 2007 by the Healthcare Commission. The Wellington Hospital has three sites: North Tower, South Tower and Central Building. It is a multi-specialty private hospital which has: , 266 Registered Beds , 15 Intensive Care Unit Beds , 4 High Dependency Unit Beds , 11 Operating Theatres , 3 Cardiac Catheter Labs , 2 Endoscopy Theatres , 17 Consulting Rooms

Ealing Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:Ealing Hospital has received a "Good" score for providing high quality care and treatment to patients in the Annual Health Check for health organisations, published on 18th October 2007 by the Healthcare Commission. Ealing Hospital is a No-Smoking site. This includes the building and the surrounding hospital grounds. We strongly advise that smoking is harmful to your health and may delay your recovery. If you are in hospital and would like to stop smoking then ask a member of staff to refer you to the hospital based stop smoking programme or contact us on the number below.

Nuffield Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:As Britain’s longest standing not-for-profit group of independent hospitals, Nuffield Hospitals is committed to providing healthcare excellence that is accessible and affordable to as many people as possible. Your health is as important to us, as it is to you. Regardless of whether you are a private medical insured, self-pay, or NHS patient - you can always turn to us.


Royal United Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:The Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Trust provides acute treatment and care for a catchment population of around 500,000 people in Bath, and the surrounding towns and villages in North East Somerset and Western Wiltshire. The hospital provides healthcare to the population served by five primary care trusts (PCTs), Bath and North East Somerset PCT, West Wiltshire PCT, Mendip PCT, Kennet and North Wiltshire PCT and South Gloucestershire PCT.

Liverpool Women's Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:. Patients visiting the Hospital will be able to obtain information about their stay and their travel arrangements, together with information relating to a number of women’s conditions, guidance notes for mothers, and health education information designed to promote good health in women and babies.

Harefield Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:The hospital has more than 900 staff, five operating theatres and four catheter laboratories. It has 149 beds, including 44 dedicated to cardiac and thoracic surgery, 30 in the transplant unit, 42 for cardiology and 18 for adult intensive care. The hospital is one of the largest and most experienced centres in the world for heart and lung transplants. It has jointly pioneered work in the development of ‘artificial hearts’ (also known as left ventricular assist devices or LVADs).

  DESCRIPTION:Cardiac surgery at Glenfield Hospital is rated among the very best in the country by the Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons (SCS). The SCS place Glenfield top of the 37 hospitals listed, with a 98.9 per cent survival rate for heart by-pass operations. In a separate table for heart valve operations, Glenfield came third with a 98.5 per cent survival rate.

Eastman Dental Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:The Eastman Dental Hospital provides specialist treatment, research, postgraduate teaching and training in dentistry with the Eastman Dental Institute which occupies the same site. It has no inpatient beds but accounts for nearly a quarter of all outpatient attendances within the Trust.

Royal Brompton Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:The hospital has more than 1,600 staff, five operating theatres and four catheter laboratories. We have 295 beds, including 48 for surgery, 93 for respiratory patients, 48 for cardiology, 34 paediatric, 20 for intensive care and 12 for paediatric intensive care. We have an international reputation for the treatment of lung disease, the result of over 160 years’ experience. We are also a national and international leader in the treatment of heart conditions, with large research trials leading to significant developments in the area.

Leicester General Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:The General is on the outskirts of Leicester in Evington and hosts the headquarters of University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust (UHL). It is about three miles east of Leicester city centre and has around 680 beds. The hospital provides a range of medical services including care at our national centre for renal and urology patients.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
  DESCRIPTION:The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability specialises in treating the most serious of these. Based in Putney, south London, its experienced and expert staff ensure that each person is given the best available care. With hard work and patience, people with neuro-disability are given the chance to lead more independent lives.

Birmingham Children’s Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:Birmingham Children’s Hospital is the foremost specialist Children’s Hospital for Birmingham and the Midlands, offering a wide range of paediatric services for children and young people throughout the Midlands and beyond. Some of our services cater for children and young people on a national or supra-regional basis, for example our Burn Centre and Liver Unit. But we also offer many local services for children and young people, including on of the country’s largest Child and Mental Health Services (CAMHS).

Birmingham Chest Clinic
  DESCRIPTION:The following services are offered to patients at the Chest Clinic. Additional information about these comprehensive services is available in each section. ,Allergy services ,Chest X-Ray service ,General lung disease ,Rapid access for suspected lung cancer ,Occupational lung disease ,Sexual health ,Thoracic surgery ,Tuberculosis (TB)

Good Hope Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:Good Hope Hospital serves North Birmingham, Sutton Coldfield and a large part of south east Staffordshire, including Burntwood, Lichfield and Tamworth. The catchment population is about 450,000. The hospital has an Accident & Emergency department; acute and general medicine and other specialist services. Good Hope, Heartlands and Solihull are all teaching hospitals with excellent library and learning facilities. At Good Hope, this includes the Partnership Learning Centre, which is part-funded by the Medical School of the University of Birmingham.

Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:The Royal Alexandra Hospital for Sick Children – affectionately known as The Alex – was officially opened in 1881 by their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales, but its history goes back further than that, to 1868 when the original Brighton children’s hospital opened in a private house in Western Road, Brighton.

Countess Of Chester Hospital
  DESCRIPTION:At the Countess, we provide a wide range of clinical services to over 400,000 patients per year. Each of our Clinical Divisions is headed by a Clinical Director (a Consultant) and a Divisional Manager. Detailed information on each of the Clinical Services can be accessed below.

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  DESCRIPTION:Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. We run the two main hospitals serving the people of Bradford and its surrounding area. Bradford Royal Infirmary has an Accident and Emergency department and the majority of our inpatient services are based there. St Luke’s Hospital provides about a third of our services and is centred mainly around the recently built Horton Wing, delivering outpatient and rehabilitation services.