06 April 2017
Bowel Cancer Awareness Month runs throughout April.
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Our modern and immaculate hospitals each have a full multi-disciplinary medical team onsite. There they practice some of the most advanced treatments on the latest generation imaging, and diagnostic technology. This means we can offer everything from screening and rehabilitation through to leading-edge surgical procedures and excellence in specialist fields like orthopaedics, cardiology and cancer care - all delivered through our expert and caring clinical teams.
29 Private on-suite rooms - 2 Extended recovery beds - 13 Out-Patient Consultation rooms - 2 Treatment rooms - 2 Operating theatres with laminar flow - 1 Endoscopy unit
We’re proud of the quality and taste of the fresh food that we offer our patients.
Our professional cooks prepare fresh meals every day in our onsite kitchen, offering a wide range of dishes and a menu that changes daily. We can cater for special dietary requirements – including halal, kosher and wheat free options.
Your visitors are also welcome to dine with you; we can provide them with a meal along with tea, coffee and filtered water.
Even after you’ve left hospital, we’re still here to help you every step of the way.
We’ll send you home with all the medication, advice and follow-up support you’ll need to help get you back on the road to good health.
We might be able to help with transport and care for you in your own home if you need extra support after you leave us. And if you have any questions or worries about your recovery, just give us a call.
We're here to help.
Spire Alexandra Hospital is guided by the formulary and decisions made by the Local Health Community Formulary Board Medicines Management Board for the clinical indications that we are contracted to treat.Visit Local Health Authority website
09 March 2017
Ovarian cancer is often called ‘the silent killer’ but early detection can lead to successful treatment for sufferers.