Spire Harrogate Clinic

Spire Harrogate Clinic is a monthly outreach clinic specialising in cosmetic surgery.

Private patients from Harrogate, Ripon, Knaresborough and the surrounding areas who are considering cosmetic surgery can book free mini consultations with Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Professor Simon Kay OBE at our clinic, which is based at Mowbray Square Health Centre. A GP referral is not required.

At a glance

Spire Harrogate Clinic,

Mowbray Square Health Centre
Mowbray Square
Harrogate
HG1 5AR

0113 218 5967

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Clinic times

One Wednesday evening a month
6.30pm - 9pm

Clinic facilities:

  • Can arrange private transport No
  • Free parking Yes
  • Disabled access Yes
  • Outpatient consultations Yes
  • Private GP appointments No
  • Diagnostics and imaging No
  • Physiotherapy No
  • Bupa health assessments No
  • Appointments for children No

Travel instructions

Directions by car

From Ripon
Follow the A61 towards Harrogate. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Skipton Road/A59. Turn right at the traffic lights onto Westmoreland Street (signposted Mowbray Square Medical Centre) then left onto Myrtle Road. At the junction go straight ahead to the patient car park.

From Knaresborough
Follow the A59 Knaresborough Road to the Empress roundabout. Take the third exit onto the A59, signposted Skipton, Ripon. Turn left at the traffic lights onto Westmoreland Street (signposted Mowbray Square Medical Centre). Turn left onto Myrtle Road and then at the junction go straight ahead to the patient car park.

There is a free car park for patient use at Mowbray Square.

Directions by public transport

By train
Harrogate railway station is approximately 1km from Mowbray Square – a two minute car journey or 10 minute walk.

By bus
Buses 100, 101, 102, 104 and 111 stop close to Mowbray Square.
Visit www.harrogatebus.co.uk for further information on bus timetables and bus routes.

By bicycle
Visit the North Yorkshire County Council website to help find the most appropriate route to Spire Harrogate Clinic.

Cycle racks are available.

Contact details

Tel: 0113 218 5967 / 77

Email: info@spireleeds.com

Services available at Spire Harrogate Clinic

Clinic facilities

Spire Harrogate Clinic is based at the GP practice within Mowbray Square Health Centre.

The monthly outreach clinic offers private patients consultations with Professor Simon Kay OBE, who covers a wide range of cosmetic treatments, including:

  • Anti-wrinkle treatment by injection
  • Breast enlargement
  • Breast reconstruction following cancer
  • Breast reduction
  • Breast uplift (mastopexy)
  • Brow lift surgery
  • Facelift
  • Liposuction
  • Mole, cyst, wart and skin tag removal
  • Treatment for malignant skin cancer
  • Tummy tuck (abdominoplasty)

Spire Harrogate Clinic is part of Spire Leeds Hospital, so any diagnostic tests and/or treatment will be carried out at the Hospital.

Free mini consultations

We hold free mini consultations for patients who are considering cosmetic surgery. The mini consultations give you the opportunity to speak with a specialist in an informal setting, where you'll get the chance to ask any questions and address any concerns you may have.

Book an appointment 

To book an appointment, please call 0113 218 5967/77, email info@spireleeds.com or complete the enquiry form below.

You will be sent confirmation details and will need to arrive 10 minutes before your designated appointment time.

Nearby Spire hospital

Spire Leeds Hospital

Spire Leeds Hospital is amongst Yorkshire’s largest hospitals offering treatment across over 30 medical specialties including orthopaedic surgery, cardiology, oncology (cancer care) and general surgery.

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