Spire Wellesley Hospital takes pride in providing a high standard of care and some of the latest medical technology. With a full multidisciplinary medical team, you can get fast access to consultations with specialists. We offer a wide range of treatments that are personalised to you and as much aftercare as you clinically need.
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Your safety is our highest priority so we’re introducing additional measures to ensure everyone feels confident about coming into our hospitals. This includes new ‘patient pathways’ – you’ll have one of three patient journeys depending on your reason to visit.Find out more about our steps to keep you secure
Southend is only 20 miles from the M25 and Spire Wellesley Hospital is a couple of miles from the town centre, just off the A127. We are a short taxi ride from the train station, which has a fast and regular connection to London Liverpool Street.
Follow the A127 towards Southend on Sea.
As you approach central Southend you will reach a main set of traffic lights which has a public footbridge crossing the carriageway. The traffic lights are located on a crossroads, which has a Toby Carvery public house located across the lights and is on your left.
Proceed across the traffic lights and at the next roundabout go straight across (second exit) following the signs for Shoebury A1159 (A13).
Follow the road and at the next roundabout (approximately half a mile) proceed straight across (second exit).
You will then approach a third roundabout at which you need to take the first exit signposted to Waitrose, B&Q and Spire Wellesley Hospital.
The Wellesley hospital is located immediately on your right.
There is ample short and long-stay free parking on site.
Self-pay treatment enquiries: 01702 447 926
Private Medical Insurance treatment enquiries: 01702 447 921
Scans and diagnostics: 01702 447 907
Physiotherapy and sports injuries: 01702 447 904
Invoice and payment queries: 0118 975 4118
Director of Clinical Services
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.