Need to Access Local Hospital Treatment?
Your Treatment, Your Way.
Accessing treatment at Fulwood Hospital can be done via three routes:
- As an NHS patient
- By paying for your own treatment
- By using your private health insurance
As an NHS patient you are able to choose where you have your treatment.
Who can benefit from NHS Services?
If you choose to have your treatment on the NHS at Fulwood Hall Hospital, you will benefit from:
- Specialist consultant opinion
- Treatment in a local private hospital
- Low risk of infection
- Free parking
- Short waiting times
If you require treatment or a second opinion, ask your GP to refer you.
What is Patient Choice?
The government introduced Patient Choice as an initiative that allows all NHS patients to choose where and when they are treated.
You can wait up to 18 weeks for treatment as an NHS patient.
If you want treatment sooner, you might want to consider continuing your journey as a private patient as it will give you the option to have your appointments at a time that suits you.
Paying For Your Own Treatment
We have a range of self-funding options:
- TotalCare Package
As a private patient you will receive excellent benefits including:
A consultant of your choice
An appointment within 72 hours
A single point of contact
Consultant and matron led care
Access to individual physiotherapy sessions*
À la carte menu
Private en-suite bedroom*
Excellent aftercare package and support
To find out more about accessing healthcare at Fulwood Hall Hospital, call us on: 03300 370 628 or email: email@example.com
Use Your Private Medical Insurance
Fulwood Hall Hospital work with many mainstream private health insurers. If you have private health insurance, you can be referred to us for treatment.
If your policy covers you for the treatment you need, you can get a referral from your GP or insurer. If you use your insurance you will benefit from:
- Appointments through fast-track referrals
- Support the NHS by reducing the pressure on the NHS
- All the benefits of a private patient
For more information, contact us on: 03300 370 628 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Where clinically appropriate