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As part of our longstanding relationship, we are proud to be dedicating our resources to the NHS at this important time. As a result many of our treatments are currently suspended and we are reviewing all planned procedures and consultations. We are making every effort to talk to impacted patients and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
General surgery focuses on the abdominal area and intestines including the oesophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, liver, pancreas, gallbladder and bile ducts. Our general surgeons also perform surgical procedures for patients with skin lesions, hernias and varicose veins.
Most of our General Surgeons perform minimally-invasive laparoscopic or key-hole procedures, which can help reduce recovery time.
To book an appointment with Spire Gatwick Park Hospital please call 01293 778 906 if you are a self-funding patient or 01293 778 919 for insured bookings. Alternatively, please fill out the enquiry form at the top of the page. Please be aware, a GP referral is required for insured bookings.
Spire Gatwick Park Hospital offers a comprehensive private hospital service with over 30 years of experience. Our hospital has its own in-house physiotherapy team, on-site imaging facilities, a pathology lab and pharmacy so we can take care of you every step of the way in your treatment.
Our services are available to everyone – whether or not you are privately insured. If you are paying for your own treatment, we offer one-off private hospital treatment, with a fixed price agreed in advance. We also offer some services to NHS patients on behalf of the NHS.
01 March 2020
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month when the spotlight is put on this debilitating condition which affects around 1.5…
24 February 2020
Spire Gatwick Park Hospital’s consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon, Benedict Rogers, has been made an honorary prof…