Rowley Hall Hospital, Staffordshire
Rowley Hall Hospital is one of Staffordshire's leading private hospitals located in a Georgian listed building in five acres of Rowley Park, only five minutes from the centre of Stafford. The hospital opened in 1987 and currently has 13 bedrooms, all with en suite facilities.
By investing in advanced medical technology, the hospital offers a wide range of treatments and services. Two fully equipped theatres with ultra clean air technology are particularly suitable for orthopaedic procedures such as arthroscopy, hip and knee replacement and spinal surgery.
Treatments at the hospital
Treatments at the hospital also include colonoscopy, hernia surgery, cataract surgery, gastroscopy, spinal surgery, and varicose vein surgery.
Competitively priced cosmetic surgery is also available and the wide range of procedures on offer include breast enlargement, tummy tuck, liposuction and facial surgery - all delivered by our consultant led service.
Direct dial telephone, TV available in all rooms for your and your visitor's comfort. Meals are served in your room and comprise a superb selection of dishes, all freshly prepared. Free car parking and disabled access is also available.
The hospital offers a wide range of diagnostic and treatment facilities including x-ray, ultrasound CT and MRI scans. The hospital has an on site Physiotherapy department staffed by Chartered Physiotherapists. Consultants have access to five private consulting rooms for outpatient appointments. A five bay ambulatory unit is also available.
Our consultants and nursing staff are highly experienced and have your care and comfort as their highest priority. During and after treatment you will receive a standard of care which is second to none and all patients have the reassurance that a resident RMO is available 24 hours a day.
Paying for your treatment
Recognised by all major medical insurers, Rowley Hall Hospital offers fast, convenient, effective and high quality treatment for all patients in a safe and clean environment, whether medically insured, self-pay, or from the increasing number referred by the NHS.
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We aim to provide the highest standards in all aspects of patient care for both private and NHS patients. One important indicator is that our hospitals and treatment centres have had no reported cases of MRSA bacteremia in the past 3 years.