Hospital Pass for Brighton & Hove Business Lunch Club

23 April 2014

Nearly 40 senior business leaders enjoyed a visit and tour of the city's newest private hospital, The Montefiore Hospital in Montefiore Road, Hove.

The tour provided an opportunity to learn about the services and treatments on offer at Spire Healthcare's 38th hospital and the amazing state-of-the-art technology that provides talented clinicians with a platform to practice innovative techniques.

Hospital director Andy Wood greeted members of the Brighton & Hove Business Lunch Club on Friday 21 February 2014. He outlined the history of the building, which started life as a furniture storage depot, and its eventual transformation into a multi-disciplinary hospital, offering a comprehensive service for most medical conditions and cosmetic procedures.

He said: "The hospital sits at the heart of the community, so it's great to be able show it off to some of the city's top business leaders. We want everybody to be aware of this amazing facility on their doorstep and to consider us when making a lifechanging decision about their personal health."

Business club organiser Tim Cobb, of Cobb PR, thanked The Montefiore Hospital for a great event. He said: "It is more like a five star hotel than a hospital. It has a great atmosphere and I was hugely impressed by the professionalism of staff and the great testimonials from very satisfied patients."

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