Welcome to Spire Gatwick Park Hospital. We work as a team, to provide the best possible care to patients at all times. For us it is more than treating patients, it’s about looking after people

John Crisp, Hospital Director, Spire Gatwick Park Hospital

Gatwick Park facts and figures 2013

  • Beds:

    54

    including 2 high dependency and 23 bedded day-care unit

  • Theatres:

    3

    theatres available at Spire Gatwick Park plus endoscopy suite

  • Imaging:

    6

    Including a brand new state-of-the-art 3T MRI scanner and CT

  • Knee replacements:

    145

    knee replacements were performed in 2012 at Spire Gatwick Park

  • Hip procedures:

    195

    hip procedures were carried out in 2012 at Spire Gatwick Park

  • Parking:

    Free

    parking is available at Spire Gatwick Park for both our patients and their visitors

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Pharmacy Formulary

Spire Gatwick Park Hospital is guided by the formulary and decisions made by the Local CCG’s and Local NHS Trust Medicines Management Board for the clinical indications that we are contracted to treat. You can see the local medicines formulary here.

Spire Gatwick Park Hospital News & Events

28.09.2016 - If you're considering any form of cosmetic or plastic surgery, you'll know how important it is to find out as much as you can before taking any decisions. Coming along to Spire Gatwick Park Hospital’s free cosmetic surgery information evening could be the first step towards your new look.

24.02.2016 -

Fast cars and football are the usual topics of male conversation, but Movember has put the spotlight on men’s health. While prostate cancer is a key focus of this annual awareness campaign, Professor Abhay Rane OBE, urology consultant at Spire Gatwick Park Hospital, has advice on a wee problem that causes huge anxiety among men aged 50-plus. 

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