Patient information events 2019

17 December 2018

We're delighted to announce our information event schedule for January-April 2019. Our free, no-obligation information events give you the opportunity to hear more about a condition or treatment that you're interested in.

Weight loss

Tuesday 22 January 

7pm - 9pm

Weight Loss Surgery Scotland Team

Orthopaedic morning

Saturday 26 January

9am - 1pm

Hip and knee pain 

Mr Graham Lawson, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Foot and ankle pain

Mr Robert Clayton, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Back and neck pain

Mr Ioannis Fouyas, Consultant Neurosurgeon

Varicose veins

Wednesday 30 January
6.30pm - 7.30pm
Mr Roderick Chalmers, Consultant Vascular Surgeon

Wednesday 24 April
6.30pm - 7.30pm
Mr Roderick Chalmers, Consultant Vascular Surgeon

Facial cosmetic surgery

Tuesday 12 February
6.30pm - 7.30pm
Mr Will Anderson, Consultant Plastic Surgeon

Tuesday 2 April
7.45pm - 8.45pm
Mr Kenneth Stewart, Consultant Plastic Surgeon

Body cosmetic surgery

Tuesday 12 February
7.45pm - 8.45pm
Mr Stuart Hamilton, Consultant Plastic Surgeon

Tuesday 2 April
6.30pm - 7.30pm
Mr Hilal Bahia, Consultant Plastic Surgeon


Health day
Saturday 2 March

The Edinburgh Marriott Hotel, Glasgow Road, Edinburgh

Throughout the day there are a selection of talks for you to choose from - there is no need to attend for the whole day, you can simply select the talk(s) of interest to you and come along for that talk.

Talk subjects

How do I book?

Registration is essential, please select the talk title or date above to book online or call 0131 316 2507 to register as places are limited.

Event Booking Form


Marketing Information

Spire would like to provide you with marketing information about products and services offered by Spire and by selected third-party partners. If you do not consent for us to process your personal data for marketing activities, we will still be able to contact you about your enquiry.

We may contact you by email, SMS or phone about your enquiry. If we try to contact you by phone (mobile and/or landline) and you are not available, we may leave you a voicemail message. We may also use your details to contact you about patient surveys we use for improving our service or monitoring outcomes, which are not a form of marketing.