We're here to look after you

Our experienced team understands what you’re feeling. Nothing is more important to us than your wellbeing.

The highest standards

We pride ourselves on reaching the highest clinical excellence, with patient care at the heart of everything we do.

We're here to look after you

You'll be cared for by a team of medical specialists that is dedicated to getting the best results for you. Your treatment will be personally tailored, with your choice of consultant, location and timing.

How quickly can I be seen?

You can see a specialist consultant almost straight away, with Spire Regency, there is hardly any waiting for tests, scans, investigations or appointments.

To make an appointment, all you need is to be referred to one of our respected specialists via your own GP, or for certain consultants a GP referral isn't necessary. Please call our Customer Service team for availability and prices on 01625 505406

Coming into hospital

We work hard to make your time with us relaxed and as comfortable as can be. 

Coming into hospital can be a daunting prospect. At the Spire Regency Hospital we aim to answer all your questions from you as a patient or from your family to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

Information that we give patients prior to admission is specific to each operation, treatment or investigation.  We will also give you instructions on preparing for your stay and what to bring with you on the day of admission.

Before you leave home

On the day you are due to come in to hospital please phone us if you feel unwell, for example with a cough, cold or upset stomach. Please tell us straight away, as your admission may need to be re-scheduled. The number to call will be on your letter.

Generally we ask that patients do not drink alcohol the day before admission and if they are a smoker, to stop smoking or cut down as much as possible, if having a general anaesthetic. We also ask that all nail varnish and gelish is removed from hands and feet before coming in for their procedure.

Items to bring on the day of admission

  • All medication (in its original packaging) that you are taking
  • Dressing gown, nightwear, underwear and slippers
  • Books and/or magazines
  • Tolietries
  • Any aids, such as glasses or hearing aid

Please don't bring

A lot of clothing or large amounts of money.

While you’re with us

Your immaculate, comfortable room will feel more like a hotel than a hospital. You can surf the web, watch TV and enjoy our delicious food in privacy.




We welcome visitors and appreciate that their support can play a vital role in your recovery. We have flexible visiting hours to fit around your life and the people who love you. 


Leaving hospital

You can leave hospital whenever your consultant thinks you're ready. Even after you’ve left hospital, we’re here for you every step of the way - we'll make sure you've got all the medication, information and follow-up support that you need.

We will let you know the approximate time that you'll be ready to leave the hospital, so that you can make arrangements for a friend or family member to accompany you home.

Your consultant will give you any special instructions that you need to follow at home, and arrange any follow-up appointments or treatment. 

If you have any concerns or are feeling at all unwell once you have been discharged from the hospital, you should contact the hospital on 01625 507474 immediately.

For further information, or any questions that have not been answered in the admission details provided, please call our Inpatients Booking Department on 01625 505419 / 505490.


At the Regency Hospital there is free on-site parking available. However if you struggle to find a space there is plenty of street parking around the area.

Public Transport

Situated just outside the town centre, we are a 15 walk from Macclesfield Rail station or a five minute taxi ride. The number 130 bus (Manchester to Macclesfield via Handforth and Wilmslow) stops five minutes away from the hospital on Chester road either side of the roundabout.

Meeting your needs

Whether you're using health insurance or paying for treatment yourself, we're here to look after you. Everyone has access to the same high quality care and equipment.

Patients with a disability

Recognising the needs of every individual, all of our hospitals and centres are accessible to everybody, so we welcome visitors with disabilities. Spire Healthcare takes its responsibilities under the Equality Act 2010 as employers and service providers very seriously.

Our goal is to recognise the needs of every individual and to provide health and care services that are appropriate, respectful, inclusive and equal. We always try to meet the needs of any visitor to our buildings. We provide patient information in a variety of formats, including large print and audio versions, and we seek to ensure that our buildings, access routes, signage and lighting meet the needs of people with disabilities.


Continuous improvement

We're constantly striving to improve and maintain excellence. If there's anything you think we can do better, please let us know by calling us on 0800 169 1777.

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