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Spire Healthcare’s mission is to bring together the best people who are dedicated to developing excellent clinical environments and delivering the highest quality patient care. We constantly invest in our people, facilities and equipment to ensure our patients receive a high standard of care.
Rob Roger, Chief Executive Officer Spire Healthcare
in-patient and day-case appointments were carried out at Spire in 2013
rate of MRSA per 10,000 bed days. NHS average 0.27 (NHS acute Trust data; April 2012 – March 2013)
patients rated the care and attention from nurses as 'excellent' or 'very good'
of consultants would recommend Spire to a friend or family member
capital investment has been made into Spire hospitals since 2007
has been raised by Spire for charities and local communities in 2013
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Spire Healthcare, a leading private hospital group, is delighted to announce it has been granted planning permission to develop a £63m state-of-the-art hospital in West Didsbury, South Manchester.
The Human Performance Laboratory at St George’s Park has been accredited by the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, the highest award for a physiological laboratory.
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