Staying at the hospital

At Spire Methley Park Hospital we offer patients privacy and comfort. If you need to stay overnight or longer, we offer individual private rooms. All come with en-suite shower or bath, television, telephone and personal nurse-call system, and we provide a varied menu to suit a range of dietary requirements.

Your visitors are welcome from 2pm until 8pm and can also eat with you in your room. If you'd like to look around the hospital before your admission, we'll be more than happy to arrange a visit. You can have a look at the type of room or you'd be staying in, and also meet some of the ward staff who could be caring for you during your stay.

How can I make an appointment?

Find out more about booking an appointment

To make a new patient appointment, please call Claire Orrell or Helen Jukes on 01977 664228. For a follow-up appointment, please call our appointments line on 01977 664324 or 664217

If it is a new appointment, Claire and Helen will take your details including GP name and address and book an appointment for you. You will be advised that you need a referral letter from your GP and you will need to contact them for this and either bring it with you or ask them to fax this over to the hospital. 

Is my aftercare included?

Find out more about what happens after surgery

Spire Methley Park Hospital offers excellent aftercare and this puts our patients at ease.

  • You will be seen by your operating surgeon for all planned visits, and an orthopaedic surgeon will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for any emergencies.

  • Your follow-up care will continue for as long as there is a clinical need.

  • We work very closely with a dedicated and skilled team of nurses in theatres, on the wards and in outpatients, to help get the best results possible for each patient.

  • If you experience any clinical problems that you think relate to your surgery, you can call us on 01977 664228 and speak directly to a nurse or healthcare assistant who can advise you.

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