05 August 2016
On 3 August 2016 Spire London East Hospital in Redbridge celebrated their 30 year anniversary with a special afternoon reception.
Since opening its doors in 1986 at the heart of our community Spire London East Hospital have invested millions of pounds in the state of the art facilities that you see today - as well as the very latest technology in diagnostics and equipment. This ensures we give you, our patients, the very best healthcare we can offer including our £1.2 million Bone and Joint Centre and our 3D Digital Mammography Unit.
Spire London East Hospital was privileged enough to welcome The Mayor of Redbridge Cllr Gurdial Bhamra and Cllr Keith Prince AM for Havering & Redbridge. Hospital Director Jo Dean welcomed guests, staff, consultants and past patients at the Bone and Joint Centre. Mr Jack Berkin, Roding's original founder, led the guests through the story of how the hospital began in 1986.
The Mayor of Redbridge Cllr Gurdial Bhamra toured the hospital and thanked Spire London East staff for all their great work and dedication throughout the years.
Spire London East Hospital, part of Spire Healthcare, offers comprehensive private hospital services to patients from Essex, as well as east and central London. The hospital’s services range from out-patient clinics and physiotherapy to surgery and diagnostic tests in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Spire Healthcare is the second largest provider of private healthcare in the country, operating a network of 38 private hospitals, 12 clinics, two Specialist Care Centres for the treatment of cancer and Perform at St George’s Park – an elite sports training centre. Last year as a group Spire Healthcare saw over 760,000 patients and delivered tailored, personalised care to over 270,000 in-patient and day case patients, an increase of 3.7% on the prior year.
Spire London East Hospital in Redbridge is open to all patients whether they pay for their own treatment, are funded through medical insurance or are an NHS patient.