An innovative breast screening service offering women concerned about their health access to experienced consultants and the latest screening technologies is now available from BreastHealth UK at Spire Hull and East Riding Hospital, East Yorkshire.
Private breast screening in Hull without a GP referral
The new BreastHealth UK clinic is led by consultant Breast Surgeon, Mr Peter Kneeshaw at the Spire Hull and East Riding Hospital. The clinic forms part of a growing network of BreastHealth UK clinics, which are being opened nationally.
One in eight women in the UK will develop breast cancer and every year more than 48,000 new cases are diagnosed. Most of the new breast cancers arise in women with no prior family history of breast cancer. The earlier breast cancer is detected, the better the chances of survival and the less the personal trauma.
The rapid access breast clinic offers:
Breast screening at Spire Hull and East Riding Hospital
At Spire Hull and East Riding Hospital we understand the importance of breast awareness and know that the earlier any breast conditions are detected, the better the chances of successful treatment.
We believe that providing information and support is a vital part of the treatment process. A qualified breast care nurse specialist is available, along with your consultant to provide emotional and practical support and understanding from your initial clinic visit to returning home after any potential treatment or surgery. The breast clinic services are supported by an experienced team of radiologists, radiographers and nursing staff.
Spire Hull and East Riding Hospital has been accredited by the leading private health insurance company Bupa as a breast care centre of excellence.
How to make a breast screening appointment
To make an enquiry or book an appointment please call BreastHealth UK on 0800 085 6616 or visit the BreastHealth UK website. You do not need a referral letter to make an appointment if you are a self funding patient. Patient who will be claiming through medical insurance schemes will still need to obtain a referral letter from their GP