West Ham United and Spire Roding Private Hospital extend partnership

15 September 2017

Spire Roding Hospital and West Ham United FC are delighted to announce that their partnership agreement has been extended.

Spire Roding Hospital has been West Ham United’s official private hospital since November 2014, providing expert medical support for the Club’s playing staff and a range of private hospital services to patients in east and central London and Essex.

Spire Healthcare's mission is to bring together the best people who are dedicated to developing excellent clinical environments and delivering the highest quality patient care, and Spire Roding Hospital continue to work closely with West Ham's own medical team, including our new Head of Medical Services, Gary Lewin.

West Ham United Vice-Chairman Karren Brady said: “I am thrilled that we are to continue our strong and successful relationship with Spire Roding Hospital.

“Spire Roding was the first partner to align with the Club following confirmation of our momentous move to London Stadium, and they have been with us every step of the way on this exciting journey.

“We are extremely fortunate to have access to such an exceptional medical facility close to London Stadium and our Rush Green training ground, and look forward to strengthening our relationship even further in the coming seasons.”

Hospital Director of the Spire Roding Hospital, Adrian Brady, said: “Spire Roding Hospital is delighted to renew the partnership with West Ham United Football Club. 

“We are very proud to support the club and players again this coming season, and value the strong links the hospital and club have within our community.”

Spire Roding Hospital is based on Roding Lane, Redbridge and offers comprehensive private hospital services to patients from east and central London and Essex.


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