Download the form and fax to usDownload
We would welcome your views on our new website and invite you to participate in a brief survey when you've finished using our website.
Your responses will help us improve the site and the experience we offer to other visitors.
A referral letter is always required before a patient with private medical insurance can be seen by a consultant. If a patient is self-funding, they may not always require a referral. Both open referrals and specific consultant requests are accepted.
For secure and instant referrals please send your referral letters to:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org using your nhs email account (including private patients)
Call: 01293 778 919
Fax: 01293 823 944
For diagnostic imaging referrals:
Call: 01293 778 953
Fax: 01293 822 837
Or contact the bookings team to request Free Post envelopes for your practice.
Referrals for NHS patients can be sent through the online e-referral service (formerly choose and book) by visiting www.ebs.ncrs.nhs.uk. This is the best practice for us to receive NHS referrals, as patients will receive appointments in a timely manner and it is an efficient system.
Referrals can also be sent by fax on 01293 786 223 or by emailing email@example.com When sending a fax or email, please make sure to state that the referral is NHS and provide a recent relevant medical history.
Please note, not all our services are available on the NHS. For more information contact our NHS team on 01293 778 917.
01293 778 919
Fax for referrals
01293 823 944
01293 785 511
01293 778 953
01293 778 951
01293 778 906
Referring your patient privately to Spire Gatwick Park Hospital not only benefits your patient but also saves the NHS valuable money and resources to continue caring for others. Please pass on our contact details to patients who want treatment quickly. Why send your patients anywhere else?
14 November 2017
Have you had a cough that has lasted more than three weeks? If so, you need to have it checked out by your GP, says Dr E…
11 November 2017
Our free GP Conference on 11 November will cover a variety of specialities relevant to primary care.