Spire Healthcare

For us, it's more than just treating patients, it's about looking after people
Spire Healthcare is a leading provider of private healthcare, with 37 private hospitals throughout the UK. The company is built on a proud heritage of over 25 years experience of running successful private hospitals. The company was formed from the sale of BUPA Hospitals to Cinven in 2007, followed by the purchase of Classic Hospitals and Thames Valley Hospital in 2008.

The company employs over 7,600 people nationwide and treats over 930,000 patients per year.

We work with over 3,000 of the country’s most experienced consultant surgeons and other specialists to deliver tailored, personalised care to our patients, whether funded through medical insurance or paying for their own treatment. We also offer a small proportion of our capacity to treat NHS patients under the government’s Patient Choice scheme.

Spire Healthcare is committed to the highest quality of patient care and has earned a reputation as a leader in its field.

We were the first private hospital provider to publish outcomes data on our website and in 2008 we received the Independent Sector award for Healthcare Outcomes. In 2007 Spire Healthcare had the highest compliance of any private hospital group to the Healthcare Commission’s core standards.

Patients, consultants and general practitioners trust Spire Healthcare to deliver the exceptional care and commitment they expect from a leading private healthcare provider.

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