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Going private at Horder Healthcare might be easier than you think

Posted on Wednesday 2 August 2017 in

Horder Healthcare is nationally recognised for its outstanding level of clinical expertise, patient satisfaction and hospital environment. With some of the country’s best surgeons and clinical staff working in our hospitals and clinics, we achieve the best possible patient outcomes across our specialist orthopaedic and cosmetic services.

Many of our patients choose to be treated privately for elective procedures which can range from hip and knee replacements to cosmetic surgery and ophthalmic treatments. Going private doesn’t necessarily mean that you must have private medical insurance. In fact, many patients prefer to pay for themselves or self-finance.

Choosing to go private may suit you if you wish to get access to treatment faster so that you can get back to work or resume a normal life more quickly. To make this easier, we have introduced a finance option so that you can spread the cost of your treatment.









Rachel Dixon, Operations Director at Horder Healthcare, said: “While we provide many of our services free at the point of delivery under the NHS, we also cater for those patients who, for one reason or another, prefer to be treated privately.

“Private healthcare offers patients quick access to treatments, such as hip and knee replacements that can have long waiting lists so they can get back to a full life as soon as possible.  To make private healthcare more accessible, we have introduced a finance option so that patients can spread the cost of their treatment over a period of time.”  

To find out more about how you can spread the cost of your treatment go to Personal Medical Loans page.

Please call us on 01892 620934 to speak directly with Horder Healthcare's private patient pathway manager and discuss your treatment or to book a consultation.

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