Best in class – Spire Bushey still number one choice for joint replacements

06 March 2019

Spire Bushey Hospital has performed more knee replacements than any other private London hospital for the fourth consecutive year.*

In 2018 alone, significantly more joint replacements were carried out at Spire Bushey Hospital than other private hospitals in the area, giving them a leading position in orthopaedic care.

The data is collected by the National Joint Registry, which monitors the performance of hip, knee, ankle, elbow and shoulder joint replacement operations. NJR collects high quality orthopaedic data in order to provide evidence to support patient safety and standards in quality of care for joint replacement surgery.

In close proximity to leading teaching hospitals and the specialist Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Spire Bushey Hospital is the premier private orthopaedic centre in the region. Over 40 orthopaedic consultants practise at the hospital, between them cover all areas of sub-specialty within orthopaedics.

Lisa Trybus, Hospital Director at Spire Bushey Hospital says “We are thrilled that so many patients continue to choose Spire Bushey for their hip and knee replacements. There are many options available to them and we understand choosing where to have their surgery is a big decision to make. Our patients are reassured by the clinical expertise offered by our wide range of sub-specialist consultants. In addition, they can benefit from the latest technology and the reassurance they no longer need to travel to London to receive first class care.”

*National Joint Registry

 

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