Putting patients at the heart of everything we do, ensuring we can provide you with advanced treatments means we can offer everything from; diagnostic services and rehabilitation, through to cutting-edge surgical procedures and excellence in specialist fields like orthopaedics, women’s health and cancer care, all delivered through our expert and caring clinical teams. Our facilities include: x51 beds x13 consulting rooms x1 endoscopy suite x5 operating theatres x2 operating theatres with laminar flow x4 HDU/ICU beds x1 specialist cancer treatment centre
2015 saw the start of our Parkway redevelopment programme with fantastic new facilities including; an endoscopy suite, new theatre, day-care suite, bespoke cancer centre, a stand-alone pre-operative assessment unit and the refurbishment of patient rooms, wards (the Henley Suite and Lapworth Suite) and nurse's stations. All work was completed in 2017.
Equipped with the state-of-the-art endoscopes and ancillary equipment, which enables a smooth and seamless experience for patients having investigations and procedures such as; bronchoscopy, colonoscopy, flexible cystoscopy, gastroscopy biopsies and much more.
Our brand new state-of-the-art theatre means the hospital now has 5 theatres offering the latest technology to support our specialist surgeons and nurses, allowing them to offer the best care to their patients.
Our brand new light and airy bespoke cancer centre has been designed with patients’ requirements in mind. A BUPA accredited breast and bowel centre, Spire Parkway offers treatment programmes from quality cancer expert surgeons, oncologists, haematologists and specialist cancer nurses. Part of the BUPA survivorship programme, our specialist team are aware of the trauma a diagnosis of cancer can bring and aim to provide seamless care to reduce as much of the stress and anxiety as possible with the delivery of systemic anticancer therapy and other support therapy provided by a team of highly skilled and trained chemotherapy nurses, physiotherapist and other health care professionals. We are also very proud to announce that, following an in-depth review, the specialist care centre has been awarded the Macmillan Quality Environment Mark. This reinforces the hard work and dedication of the team to provide a welcoming environment to patients at a very emotional time in their lives.
We are proud of the quality of food we provide our patients and delighted to have come top of the league in a survey, carried out by market research experts Howard Warwick, at over 90 private hospitals in the UK. Our chefs’ source fresh local food whenever possible, taking pride in their work, believing home-cooked is best. When you are in hospital you don’t always have a good appetite so our chefs try to provide food that will tempt patients to eat well.
We can cater for special dietary requirements – including halal, kosher and wheat free options. We can also make your child’s favourite meals if they’re staying with us. Your visitors are also welcome to dine with you; we can provide them with a meal along with a selection of refreshments – just ask one of our hostesses.
Even after you’ve left hospital, we’re still here to help you every step of the way. We’ll send you home with all the medication, advice and follow-up support you’ll need to help get you back on the road to good health. We might be able to help with transport and care for you in your own home if you need extra support after you leave us. And if you have any questions or worries about your recovery, just give us a call. We're here to help.
Spire Parkway 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 are contracted to treat.Visit Local Health Authority website
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