At Will Adams Treatment Centre, they are passionate about creating an exceptional experience for all NHS patients, and are dedicated to delivering the highest standards of quality and safety.
Their clean, modern and comfortable hospital specialises in minor orthopaedic surgery including foot surgery, hand and wrist surgery, shoulder and elbow surgery, general surgery, endoscopy treatments and eye surgery.
They believe in treating you as quickly and carefully as possible, helping you to feel better, faster. Whatever procedure you visit them for, you’ll be given the best care and the undivided attention of their experienced and professional team.
If you aren’t eligible to receive the treatment you need under the NHS, or want to fast track your treatment but don’t have private medical insurance, Will Adams Treatment Centre's self pay packages could be the solution for you.
They know that when your quality of life, or ability to earn a living, is being compromised you want fast access to great treatment that won’t break the bank.
With their option of paying for yourself you’ll get high quality, consultant-delivered care without the unnecessary extras. Getting back to your old self again might not be as costly as you’d expect.
Care UK are one of the UK’s largest healthcare providers, with a longstanding reputation for exceptional quality, fast treatment times and excellent patient outcomes.
Their passion for patient choice means that whether you’re an NHS patient or paying for yourself, they’re committed to giving you the first-class service you deserve.
With unrivalled CQC ratings and high levels of cleanliness and infection control, they’ll make sure you’re looked after.
View Will Adams Treatment Centre's current treatments here.
In order to keep their waiting times low and provide the best possible service to all of their patients, Will Adams Treatment Centre do not give you the option to choose your consultant. This allows them to schedule your care as quickly as possible, so you don’t have to wait any longer than necessary.
However, they will guarantee that you see the same consultant throughout your journey with them; they will be with you every step of the way, from consultation, to treatment, to aftercare.
You can pay by debit card, credit card, cheque, or bank transfer (BACS).
Payment is required before your surgery date, but after your initial consultation.
Through their partner Chrysalis Medical Finance, Will Adams Treatment Centre offer approved patients a range of funding options (subject to status) to pay for one-off private treatments.
This means you can spread the cost of your treatment using their interest free and low APR finance solutions, which can be arranged in advance.
Finance is available over 36, 48, and 60 months at 9.9% APR, all with the option to settle interest free within the first 12 months, if you choose.
• Monthly payments are collected by Direct Debit and are subject to the usual guarantee from your bank.
Self pay is an alternative way of getting the treatment you need by paying for yourself. You might want to choose this option if you are not eligible for NHS-funded care, want to be seen at a more convenient time of your choosing, or don’t have private health insurance. Care UK's aim is to make high quality hospital care as accessible and flexible as possible, to help you get back on your feet sooner. With their affordable options, when compared with other private hospitals, private treatment might cost less than you always thought.
Care UK know that being treated sooner can have a huge impact on your quality of life, so if you would like to explore the option of paying for yourself please contact them using the enquiry form or visit your local Care UK hospital website for details of their Self Pay Advisors. Changing your path from the NHS to self pay is simple, and you may even see the same consultant, as all of their doctors also treat NHS patients.
You can pay by debit card, credit card, cheque, or bank transfer (BACS). Payment is required before your surgery date, but after your initial consultation. Alternatively, you can pay monthly via a credit agreement with Care UK's finance partner, Chrysalis Medical Finance. 0% interest options are available to help you spread the cost. Find out more about their finance options here.
Yes, you need to ask your GP for an ‘open referral’ before attending your consultation at a Care UK hospital. They can also accept open referrals from other healthcare professionals, such as physiotherapists, optometrists or dentists.
Care UK pride themselves on their short waiting times, so your access to treatment could be significantly quicker with them. Please contact them using the enquiry form or visit your local Care UK hospital website for details of their Self Pay Advisors, who will be able to give you the latest information on waiting times.
In order to keep their waiting times low and provide the best possible service to all of their patients, Care UK do not give you the option to choose your consultant. This allows them to schedule your care as quickly as possible, so you don’t have to wait any longer than necessary. However, they will guarantee that you see the same consultant throughout your journey with them; they will be with you every step of the way, from consultation, to treatment, to aftercare. All of their consultants are highly skilled and experienced and adhere to the strict quality and governance standards they set, which mirror those of the NHS.
Care UK have a dedicated patient helpline number at each hospital for you to call if you have any queries or concerns following your surgery. You will receive a telephone call from one of their clinicians the day after you return home, and you will have a check-up appointment and/or physiotherapy depending on the type of surgery you’ve had. They’ll make sure that you’re looked after for as long as you need their care.
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