Paying for your own treatment

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Step 1

Call our self pay team

We can help you with any questions you have about getting treatment at Spire Edinburgh Hospitals whether it be treatments and prices, choosing a consultant or booking an appointment. Call us on 0131 316 2507.

Our phone lines are open:

8am - 6pm Monday to Friday

Step 2

Book an initial consultation

You can discuss your condition and available treatment options at an initial consultation with your chosen consultant. You won't always need a GP referral but we'll let you know when you make your appointment.

Your consultant may suggest you have some initial tests or scans to help with diagnosis. Both the initial consultation and tests at this stage are charged separately to the cost of any treatment needed.

Step 3

Arrange a treatment date

Following the initial consultation, we can offer you a single, fixed price* quote which will cover all your treatment costs so you won't get any unexpected bills or charges.

When you’re ready to go ahead, we'll arrange a convenient treatment date for you.

Payment options

We accept payment by credit card (not American Express), debit card or bankers’ draft. Spire Edinburgh Hospitals does not accept cash. If you want to spread the cost of treatment, you could be eligible for interest free finance or an alternative medical loan through Omni Capital Retail Finance. They may be able to quickly and easily help you arrange a finance plan to suit your individual circumstances.

Call our self pay team on 0131 316 2507 for representative examples or details of how to apply for finance. Acceptance subject to credit status.

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