Yorkshire Clinic employs over 200 consultants support the hospital across a number of specialities from cardiac surgery to urology and have access to 16 private consulting rooms for outpatient appointments. The hospital is also equipped with four theatres, two with Laminar Flow for major orthopaedic cases and a day unit suitable for minor operations and endoscopy.
Diagnostic facilities include a state of the art imaging department with on-site cardiac catheterisation laboratory, x-ray, ultrasound, MRI and CT scanning facilities and also an on site pathology department offering an immediate phlebotomy service.
Treatment facilities include a physiotherapy department with chartered physiotherapists and fully equipped gymnasium. An on-site pharmacy registered with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain also provides private prescriptions for outpatients and inpatients. The department also provides a specialised oncology service through tjheir in-house chemotherapy facility.
Your care and comfort are the highest priority for the consultants and nursing staff, who offer the highest standards of clinical and personal care. The hospital also provides 24 hour clinical cover through their two Resident Medical Officers. The commitment to these standards has been recognised by the Healthcare Commission during independent audits.
Ramsay Health Care UK is one of the leading providers of independent hospital services in England, with a network of 22 acute hospitals. These provide a wide and comprehensive range of specialised and efficient clinical specialties.
There is a wide range of treatment facilities include a physiotherapy department with chartered physiotherapists as well as a high dependency unit.
Over 200 consultants support the hospital across a number of specialities from cardiac surgery to urology.
The Yorkshire Clinic welcomes both patients that have private medical insurance and those that wish to pay independently.
Treatment at Yorkshire Clinic is available to anyone who chooses to pay - even when not covered by medical insurance - there are a number of different options to help manage the cost.
Insured patients are required to check with their insurance provider if they are covered for the chosen treatment. Patients should also request a claim form or pre-authorisation letter from their insurer.
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