Parkside Private Hospital has been offering exceptional healthcare to local and international patients for over 35 years. We welcome patients who wish to fund their own treatment as well as insured patients.
What is Self-Pay?
Self-Pay is the option to pay for your own treatment which allows you quick access to high quality treatments with little or no wait time and without the need for private insurance. Paying for your own treatment also allows you the freedom to choose the Consultant who will look after you. At Parkside Private Hospital, Self-Pay prices are available for all our tests and treatment, allowing you to fund your own treatment
When can you choose to pay for yourself?
Many patients choose to pay for their own private healthcare and it is particularly helpful when:
You want to see a doctor of your choice now and not wait for treatment
Your treatment is not covered by the NHS
You are on a waiting list and would like to be treated quicker and at time that is convenient to you.
You don’t have private health insurance
You are not eligible for NHS funded care
Whether you have an ongoing healthcare concern, are waiting for NHS treatment, or simply want a second opinion, you can access specialist care now. Our specialist consultant doctors set their own fees but on average this costs from £200.
For more information please call our Self-Pay Team on 020 3925 1062.
What to expect from private healthcare
The Independent Healthcare Providers Network (IHPN) has developed a video to help patients understand what to expect from independent healthcare. You can view the video below:
Parkside Hospital accepting cashless payments only
Please note, as of 1 May 2021, Parkside Private Hospital no longer accepts cash payments for any procedures, including consultations, diagnostics tests and treatment costs. We accept payments by cheque, banker’s draft, credit card or debit cards as well as Apple Pay and Google Pay. Payment must be received in full at least 72 hours prior to admission. More information can be found here.
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