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Coronavirus (Covid-19) FAQs

Our hospitals are open and continue to offer appointments and treatment for self-pay, private medical insurance and NHS patients.

Yes, all of our hospitals are open and treating patients. We are able to provide virtual and face-to-face outpatient consultations, diagnostic tests and surgical and non-surgical treatments.

To find out how to book an appointment, please call our Customer Enquiry Centre on 0808 163 1268 or book an appointment online.

COVID restrictions have eased within the community. However, healthcare environments must continue to maintain COVID-secure controls, which help to keep our patients and staff safe.

This means that upon entry to our hospitals we ask everyone to wear a medical face mask (unless exempt), sanitise their hands, and confirm that they don’t have any respiratory symptoms and have not tested positive for COVID-19.

Circle Health Group recognises the contribution that visiting makes to the wellbeing of patients, however there is still a need to limit inpatient visiting at this time.

Thank you for your support and understanding as we maintain these controls across our hospitals.

Please do not attend one of our hospitals if you're experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19.

To book an initial consultation with a specialist Consultant, please call our Customer Enquiry Centre on 0808 163 1268 or book a consultation online. We continue to offer face-to-face appointments along with video and telephone appointments

Yes. However, we are still limiting the number of people in our hospitals in order to continue to protect our patients and staff.

Please contact the hospital directly.

Circle Health Group recognises the contribution that visiting makes to the wellbeing of patients, however there is still a need to restrict inpatient visiting at this time and therefore we ask that only one person, per day, visits an adult patient, and two people, per day, visit a paediatric patient.

If you are being admitted for a general anaesthetic procedure, you will be given details of your individual testing and any self-isolation requirements prior to your admission.

You will need to follow these even if you are fully vaccinated.

No, the vaccination programme is being managed by the NHS.

For more information about the vaccination programmes in England, Scotland and Wales, please visit www.gov.uk/coronavirus.

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