You’ll get an appointment at a time that’s convenient to you.
You will need a GP referral. All you need to do is visit your GP and say that you wish to be referred to a UKSH treatment centre. Your GP will then write your referral letter, send it to us and we’ll contact you to arrange your treatment.
You can contact us by telephone to change your appointment. If you want to change your appointment you must do so at least 48 hours in advance otherwise we cannot guarantee we will be able to reschedule.
Click here to view the care pathway for private patients at UKSH.
Yes. We understand that many patients choose to go privately because this allows them greater flexibility in terms of appointment times and access to services. So, we’ll work with you to arrange your treatment for a time that’s most convenient for you.
Obviously, this depends on the nature of your treatment. However, there are several reasons why you may be back home more quickly if you choose a UKSH treatment centre:
Obviously, this depends on the nature of your treatment. However, there are several reasons why you may be back to work more quickly if you choose a UKSH treatment centre:
UKSH treatment centres have very low infection rates and 0% hsopital acquired MRSA for in-patients.
Please bring your personal toiletries, nightclothes, dressing gown and comfortable footwear. You should also wear light, comfortable clothes to ease your recovery process.
You don’t need money for radio, TV or food.
There is free on-site parking.
Visiting hours are very flexible. However, as they vary from centre to centre, we suggest you discuss details with the ward staff on admission.
Our treatment centres make a special effort to ensure you are served tasty, high quality food. Food is prepared onsite by dedicated catering teams. Daily menus are provided offering a range of options. If you have specific dietary requirements then discuss these with the ward staff on admission.
All our treatment centres are fully accessible to wheelchair users.
Support for patients with hearing impairments is provided through Sign Language interpreters, hearing loops and special telephones.
Support for visually impaired patients includes colour coding, large signage and patient information produced in large print. In addition, staff receive specialist training on the needs of patients with visual impairment.
All treatment centres are accessible via public transport or exceptional links to major road networks.