Building Spire Manchester Hospital

Spire Healthcare invested £65 million into building a new hospital in Manchester which opened in early 2017. Located next to the Siemens' Princess Parkway site in Didsbury, Manchester, the new facility is the flagship hospital within Spire's portfolio. Incorporating some of the most up-to-date facilities, the new Spire Manchester Hospital is equipped to undertake an enhanced range of services, including highly complex surgery.

Construction milestone

Spire Manchester Hospital marks construction milestone at Didsbury site

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Building work begins

Building work begins at the new Spire Manchester Hospital in West Didsbury.

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Planning approved

Planning approved for new Spire Manchester Hospital in West Didsbury.

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Enhanced Facilities

The new Spire Manchester Hospital has six laminar flow operating theatres, including a hybrid theatre which is capable of accommodating complex procedures. Adding to our existing surgical specialties, our new facilities allow us to undertake advanced vascular and cardiology procedures. The theatre department is supported by 71 day-case and in-patient rooms and a five bed critical care unit, staffed by specialised nurses.


Our large Perform physiotherapy department offers advanced equipment and treatments, such as the AlterG Anti-Gravity treadmill. In addition, we have a large gym area and a 215 square foot hydrotherapy pool; the first in a private hospital in the North West.

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Conference and education centre

The top floor of the new Spire Manchester Hospital is a medical conference and education centre. Capable of accommodating up to 150 guests, complete with a large breakout area, balcony and floor to ceiling windows, this is the perfect environment for learning. With the capability to video-link into the operating theatre, our medical education programme has been significantly enhanced by these new technologies.

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