Spire Claremont Hospital

We are situated 3 miles (about 20 minutes) to the south west of Sheffield city centre.

401 Sandygate Road
Sheffield
S10 5UB

Private contact details

General enquiries
0114 263 2114 or email us

Private patients / Self-Pay
0114 263 2114 or email us

Cosmetic surgery enquiries
0114 263 2114 or email us

Imaging/X-ray department
0114 263 2110 or ClaremontImagingBookings@spirehealthcare.com

Inpatient ward
0114 263 2176

Physiotherapy department
0114 263 2112

Admissions department (for surgery)
0114 263 2100

Accounts department (open Mon-Fri 8am-4pm)
0114 263 2121

Sheffield Orthopaedics Ltd (SOL)
0114 263 2115

Hospital Director
Helen Atkinson


How to find us

Spire Claremont Hospital is situated 3 miles (about 20 minutes) to the south west of Sheffield city centre.

Public transport

The hospital is served by the number 51 bus which goes from the city centre to Lodge Moor. You can get on at the Crucible Theatre/Arundel Gate and be dropped off at the hospital entrance.

By Car

Leave the M1 at junction 33 and follow signs for Sheffield. Before Park Square roundabout, turn right taking the A61 ring road down Derek Dooley Way (following the signs for Hospitals and University). At the next roundabout, follow the A57 signposted Glossop. At the next roundabout, take the third exit signposted Glossop. You will pass the University on the right and the Children’s and Weston Park Hospitals on the left, before reaching Broomhill. Continue past the shops and at the second traffic lights, turn right, signposted Manchester and Glossop. Continue for approximately one mile. Turn left just before the traffic lights and shops onto Sandygate Road. We are about one mile further on the left.

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