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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. We are no longer limiting the number of people in our hospitals but we do ask anyone who is feeling unwell not to accompany you to your appointment.

Please contact the hospital directly and we will talk to you about when is safe for you to reschedule your procedure.

We recognise the contribution that visitors have to the wellbeing of patients and there are no COVID-19 visiting restrictions. If anyone feels unwell, we ask that they do not visit the hospital or a patient.

If you are being admitted for a general anaesthetic procedure, you will be given details of your individual testing requirements (if any) prior to your admission. Testing will be a decision your Consultant will make based on your personal medical history. You will need to follow these even if you are fully vaccinated.

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

For more information about the vaccination programmes in England, Scotland and Wales, please visit