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Spire South Bank Hospital is a state-of-the-art private hospital. We have over 30 years’ experience providing personalised healthcare with fast access to consultations in a wide range of specialities, supported by some of the most advanced technology including the latest imaging scanners and a laparoscopic (keyhole) theatre.
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Spire South Bank is convenient for both the city of Worcester and junction 7 of the M5 which is just two miles away.
139 Bath Road
From M5 motorway
Exit at junction 7 for Worcester. At the top of the sliproad, take the exit onto the A44, signposted Worcester. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Crookbarrow Way – A4440 (signposted Worcester West, Malvern, Leominster). Continue straight across the roundabout on the A4440 and at the next roundabout turn right following the signs for Worcester City Centre A38. Continue straight across the next roundabout. The hospital is approximately two miles on the right.
Take the train to either Worcester Shrub Hill station or Worcester Foregate Street station. Both stations are approximately two miles from Spire South Bank Hospital (10 minutes by taxi).
By public transport
There is a bus stop a few yards from the hospital's entrance, serviced by numbers 32, 372, 382, 582.
Free unlimited free parking is available at Spire South Bank Hospital.
Self-pay treatment enquiries
01905 362 252
01905 362 220
Scans and diagnostics
01905 362 223
Physiotherapy and sports injuries
01905 362 212
The Spire Eye Centre
01905 362 033
Invoice and payment queries
0118 975 4118
Hospital Director: Dawn Pickrell
Please note that calls to the hospital are recorded in the interest of quality and training purposes.
Through surgery or less invasive procedures like physiotherapy, our team of orthopaedic specialists may be able to help ease the pain in your bones and joints to get you back to living the life you love.