Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre, Chesterfield

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We offer orthopaedic care for people in the South Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire areas.

We specialise in hip and knee replacements and revisions, anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, arthroscopies, spinal surgery, day case procedures including minor and intermediate hand and foot procedures and shoulder repairs and replacements.

We've invested more than £12 million in our state of the art facilities, which include three operating theatres, 36 ward beds, an outpatient and x-ray department, pathology services, a pharmacy and a physiotherapy gym.

At your first consultation, you will meet all the professionals involved in your treatment, including the consultant, surgeon, anaesthetist and or nurse practitioner and undergo all necessary diagnostic tests in one visit wherever possible which means you won't need to make and attend multiple appointments on different days.  At the end of the first consultation a decision will be made about your treatment and an appointment made - usually within four weeks - for your orthopaedic surgery.  You will be provided with all the information you need and given ample time for questions.

When the time comes for surgery, you will be admitted as an in-patient or a day case, depending on your needs. We are known for our excellent results - in a recent independent review of UK hospitals produced by the Dr Fosters' Hospital Guide, our hip replacement centres were named as the best in the country. Our most recent patient satisfaction report found that 96% of patients would recommend our services to friends or family.

To find out more, visit the NHS website for our Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre.


 

 

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