Southampton NHS Treatment Centre

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We provide specialist treatments for the people of Hampshire, including Southampton and surrounding areas.

We offer surgery for many common health needs, including hip and knee replacement, hernias, gall bladder surgery and cataracts. Our facility is brand new and we use state of the art equipment, allowing us to deliver excellent clinical outcomes. We have five operating theatres, 22 inpatient beds and 40 day places, an outpatient department, a pharmacy and a physiotherapy unit.

The specialties that we cover are endoscopy, general surgery, gynaecology, ophthalmology, oral surgery, orthopaedics, pain management, urology and ear, nose and throat.

NHS Patients referred to us by their GPs, dentists or optometrists can expect an appointment within two weeks. We understand that having many different appointments can be disruptive and so aim to carry out as many of the required diagnostic tests as possible during your first visit. If we decide with you that surgery is the right option, we will provide all the information you require about your operation and its effects. We also have an excellent physiotherapy service for patients undergoing orthopaedic surgery.

Our professional, friendly and compassionate team will do everything they can to ensure your treatment is of the highest standard. 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.

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

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