Raising awareness of prostate cancer

19 November 2019

Staff at the Bupa Health Clinic in Solihull joined forces with Spire Parkway Hospital, Solihull to support Prostate Cancer Awareness by giving men aged 50 and above the opportunity to speak to a healthcare advisor, have a healthcare screening including prostate cancer testing, and speak to Spire Parkway Consultant Urologist, Mr Dev Sarmah about any urological issues affecting them.

The cause of the event was to raise awareness of men’s health issues, to raise donations towards Prostate Cancer UK, and to demonstrate how both Bupa Health and Spire work in partnership to support men through what can be a very worrying time.

The evening was a great success and has so far contributed £300 towards Prostate Cancer UK.

If you would like to book an appointment to see a Consultant Urologist, please click here.

Q: How quickly could I have a consultation, and how much would it cost? 

A: It depends on the availability of the consultant you wanted to see, but we pride ourselves on getting you fast access to diagnosis and you can often get a consultation within 24/48 hours. Initial consultation fees vary by consultant, but around £200 is a reasonable guide.

Q: If I need surgery, how quickly could I have it?

A: We have no waiting lists at Spire Parkway, but again it depends on the availability of the consultant you wanted, but as a guide, and subject to your pre-operation assessment, between one and two weeks. 

Q: I don’t have health insurance, can I self-pay? 

A: Yes, you can. Our self-pay team can talk you through this and explain the finance options that are available, should you wish to explore them. Call 0121 704 5530 or send us an enquiry.

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