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NHS Patients

As part of the NHS Patient Choice scheme, you may now be able to have your NHS treatment at Claremont Private Hospital.

What is Patient Choice?

Patient Choice is a government initiative introduced to give NHS patients more choice about where and when they are treated.  It means that NHS patients in England who require hospital treatment will be offered a choice of hospitals or clinics for their treatment (including participating private hospitals) by their GP and one of the options could be Claremont Private Hospital.  Further information on Patient Choice can be found on the NHS website.

Can I choose Claremont Private Hospital for my NHS treatment?

Yes.  However, not all of the services and treatments offered at Claremont are available as part of the Patient Choice scheme, only selected specialties.  Also the number of appointments allocated to the scheme is limited, so we may not always have availability.  To find out if you can have your NHS treatment at Claremont, simply ask to your GP.

Mixed-sex Accommodation

The hospital has the necessary facilities, resources and culture to ensure that patients who are admitted to our hospitals will only have to share the room where they sleep with members of the same sex, and same sex toilets and bathrooms will be close to their bed area. Sharing with members of the opposite sex will only happen when clinically necessary (for example where patients need specialist equipment such as in an intensive care, acute assessment or high dependency area).

Booking an appointment

Once you have chosen Claremont for your treatment from the choice of hospitals offered by your GP, it is likely that your GP or other practice staff will book your appointment for you whilst you are in the surgery.  Alternatively, if you wish to book your own appointment, please contact us on 0114 263 2146.

The current NHS guidelines are 18 weeks from seeing your GP to receiving hospital treatment.  If you would like to have your consultation or treatment sooner than this, then you may wish to consider coming as a private patient instead (see foot of page).

Once your NHS appointment has been booked with us, you will receive a letter from Claremont confirming the details of your appointment and any instructions you may need to follow in preparation of your appointment.

Pharmacy

As a provider of NHS services, Claremont Private Hospital will mirror the medicines usage at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.  Visit http://www.sheffieldteachinghospitalsformulary.nhs.uk/ for more information.

Paying for my treatment

Every aspect of your treatment will be covered by the NHS.  You will however, need to pay for personal items such as newspapers, meals for your visitors or telephone calls at the end of your stay in hospital, just like you would in an NHS hospital.

Are you insured?

We welcome patients with private medical insurance and are recognised by all major health insurers.

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Not insured?

We welcome patients wishing to pay-as-they-go for treatment and offer a wide range of medical services and procedures.

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