About Spire Leicester Hospital

Spire Leicester Hospital is a long-established private hospital providing comprehensive assessment, treatment and individualised care for our patients from across the East Midlands and beyond.

We’re committed to providing quality treatment and aftercare to our patients. This means ongoing investment in our facilities and services so you can have up-to-date treatment and care in a clean, comfortable environment.

Facilities at Spire Leicester Hospital

We aim to make your stay with us as comfortable as possible. Our facilities include:

  • 54 private rooms, each with en-suite facilities, TV and WiFi
  • Four operating theatres, including three laminar flow theatres for orthopaedic surgery
  • 21 outpatient consulting rooms
  • Diagnostic imaging including MRI, CT, general radiology, mammography and ultrasound
  • Macmillan accredited Oncology unit
  • Physiotherapy including a gym space and hydrotherapy service to enhance rehabilitation and recovery
  • Children and Young People's service for children from birth and surgery for children from 3 years
  • Private GP service
  • On site pharmacy and pathology
  • Bupa approved breast care and bowel care centre
  • Extended recovery unit for specialist post-operative care
  • A Resident Medical Officer (RMO) on site 24 hours a day
  • The option for your visitors to enjoy a meal with you chosen from a menu selection prepared by our professional chefs
  • Free on-site parking for patients and visitors
  • Flexible visiting

Spire Leicester Hospital is guided by the formulary and decisions made by the Local Health Community Formulary Board Medicines Management Board for the clinical indications that we're contracted to treat.

How to pay for your treatment at Spire Leicester Hospital

Our private hospital welcomes all patients and our inclusive prices and payment plans make it easy and affordable, even if you don’t have medical insurance.

We offer easy booking and flexible appointment times to suit you so you don’t have to wait to get the treatment you need.

Visiting and COVID-19

To help protect our staff, patients and consultants against the potential risk of COVID-19, we’re restricting visitors to:

  • One accompanying visitor for outpatient appointments (no lateral flow test required)
  • Two visitors for patients having inpatient treatment (evidence of a negative lateral flow test must be presented at reception on the day of visit)

Visitors attending the inpatient wards and outpatients are not required to wear a mask unless this is their personal preference. View our safety patient pathway on safety measures in our hospitals.

We have free on-site parking available to patients and visitors.


At Spire Leicester Hospital we strive to recognise and support the needs of every individual. Our hospital is accessible to everybody – patients and their visitors – and we provide patient information in a variety of formats, including large print and audio versions.

If you’d like to speak to someone about your needs, you can call us on 0116 272 9026 or complete the enquiry form below.

Spire is dedicated to looking after you for your care and treatment, and will therefore carefully assess you to ensure that we can provide the level of care that you need. In the unlikely event that your health needs change and are more than anticipated, we may arrange to transfer your care to another hospital. This will usually be the NHS, and very occasionally may need to be for intensive care. We would only transfer your care if this was absolutely necessary for your wellbeing and care requirements.

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Important information about COVID-19 tests

COVID-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service at Spire Leicester Hospital.


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.

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