Paying For Your Own Treatment
Affordable private healthcare without health insurance.
Why wait. Private Healthcare is available to everyone and all our prices are all-inclusive, covering everything from your treatment and aftercare .
Why choose us
- Consultant led care from start to finish (no sales people)
- Flexible appointments, to suit you
- No waiting lists or long delays
Find out more about self-pay healthcare.
Fixed treatment prices
Once you have confirmed that you wish to go ahead and have seen your chosen consultant for an initial consultation and any diagnostic tests that you may need, we will arrange a treatment date and we will ask you to pay the fixed price in full ten days before admission.
The one-off fixed private treatment price will include your operation or procedure, standard prosthesis (if required), consultants’ fees, nursing care, accommodation, physiotherapy and medication, after-care, a follow-up appointment (if you need it) and further treatment that may arise if there are clinical complications. (Please note length of stay over 5 days may incur additional charges for accommodation etc).
How can I pay
When do I have to pay
Consultations the payment is due on the day of booking your appointment.
Tests and scans, including MRI, the payment is due on the day of booking your appointment.
If you are receiving treatment in clinic i.e. medication, laser treatments and minor operations, the payment is on the day of your appointment. For some treatments you may be asked to pay before you visit.
For admissions, where you are required to be admitted into theatre. We need to receive payment in full at least ten working days before your admission date.
What’s included in self pay
The initial consultation guide price covers the cost of your initial appointment with your consultant. The consultation fee is due in full on the day of the appointment. Follow up appointments are also payable unless included as part of a treatment package price.
The diagnostic investigations guide price covers the approximate cost of any tests you may require to assist the consultant with a diagnosis, such as x-rays and blood tests. If your consultant advises that you need any additional diagnostic investigations, for example a MRI scan, we will advise you of the prices before the test is carried out. Payment for any diagnostic investigations is due in full on the day of the appointment. Any associated costs will be made clear to you before you proceed with any scan or test.
The main treatment guide price
The Main Treatment guide price covers your stay in hospital as long as it is clinically necessary. This guide price includes all pre-operative tests that the Hospital requires to ensure you are fit for surgery, the fees for your consultant and anaesthetist to perform the procedure, and any nursing care, medication and food after. The guide price also covers the cost of any prosthesis and equipment that may be required during your surgery from a standard range supplied by the Hospital. However, if your consultant advises that you need a different prosthesis, or you request a non standard item, then the guide price for your treatment will alter. This will be made clear to you before you go ahead with your treatment and will become the ‘fixed price’. The payment for the main treatment is due in full, five days prior to your admission date.
All our prices are quoted for a single procedure as is industry practice; so if you need two procedures, for example cataract operations for both eyes (bilateral) or both knees replaced, our quote will only normally cover the first procedure and we will provide a second quote for the second procedure. There is not a discount for the second procedure. For a number of operations this rule does not apply because there is a single procedure for both left and right, for example correction of ear shape.
Post discharge care
Post discharge Care following your discharge from Hospital is included in your fixed price care package. This price includes a single post-op consultant consultation and physiotherapy visits (up to the number stated), removal of any stitches, change of dressings and any medication you need to take home with you. We will provide you with follow up advice, treatment or care that is clinically required if you experience a complication of your treatment/surgery. Your treating consultant will determine what is clinically required as a direct result of your procedure.
This does not cover situations where the surgery fails to achieve the desired outcome due to known risks or complications of that procedure.
Any problems that occur with a prosthesis or implants will be covered by the manufacturer’s own guarantee.