Patients require a GP referral to see a consultant at Spire Murrayfield Hospital, this includes when attending our rapid access consultant-led diagnostic clinics. If you are concerned about anything physically abnormal or are anxious about family history of cancer, speak to your GP in the first instance. If your GP confirms that onward referral to a specialist would be beneficial, whether you are insured or self-funding, you can ask for a private referral to Spire Murrayfield Hospital, Edinburgh.
For further information, contact Customer Services on 0131 316 2507 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about our oncology service.
Attending an appointment
When attending an appointment, you can reach us by taxi, train, bus or on foot. There’s also ample free on-site patient and visitor car parking.
By taxi we’re approximately ten minutes from the west end of Edinburgh City Centre and Haymarket train station. Edinburgh Airport is roughly 20 minutes away by taxi.
The hospital is served well by Lothian Buses and First Buses. The number 12, 12X, 26 and 31 buses or the city’s reliable Airport Airlink will get you to or from Corstorphine Road. From the nearest bus stop on Corstorphine Road Spire Murrayfield Hospital is a short walk up the driveway. The bus routes originate in a number of locations across the city, so for further information, or to plan your route click on one of the below links to visit the websites:
A 24/7 emergency phone line is available for patients, their carers and GPs. This on-call line is staffed by experienced oncology nurses who are familiar with the patient’s treatment history and can offer expert advice should it be required.
Contact telephone numbers
|Spire Murrayfield Hospital switchboard
||0131 334 0363
|Oncology Day Chemotherapy Centre
||0131 316 2568
|Outpatient appointment bookings
||0131 316 2530
0131 316 2507
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