At BMI Healthcare we're proud of our heritage and the unique position we hold in the communities where we work and live. With 69 hospital spread right across the UK, we've been helping people just like you get through what can often be quite stressful times for you and your family.
We've treated a lot of people at BMI Healthcare over the last 30 years and it's the personal touches, like phoning a patient's relatives once they're out of theatre, show the kind of care that sets us apart.
As the largest private hospital provider in the UK, BMI Healthcare is committed to using state of the art medical equipment in many facilities including a Gamma Knife for non-invasive neurosurgery and an O-Arm for specialist spinal surgery. We also have 6 Level III critical care centres across the UK from Glasgow to London and an IFSO accredited bariatric centre in London.
We are the only private hospital group to be awarded VTE (DVT) Exemplar status across all our hospitals.
At BMI Healthcare, we aim to provide the highest standards in all aspects of care to provide better outcomes for our patients and high levels of satisfaction with our service.
Our nurse to patient ratio, low infection rates and outcome focused initiatives such as our Enhanced Recovery Programme all lead to over 97% of our patients rating our overall quality of care as excellent or very good and over 98% of our patients saying they would recommend us to their friends and family.
As part of our commitment to clinical excellence, every patient admitted to a BMI Healthcare hospital or clinic undergoes a detailed VTE (DVT) risk assessment on admission and then periodically during their stay.
BMI Healthcare is the first national private healthcare provider in the UK to be awarded VTE (DVT) Exemplar status across allof our hospitals and clinics by the Department of Health.
We do everything we can to minimise your risk of infection and our rates of MRSA bacteraemia and C.difficile infections are well below the national average. We even use special warming mattresses it's the little things that make the difference.
With the increasing demands on the NHS, waiting times and unavailable procedures can often mean a worrying wait for treatment. If you have insurance, don't forget to tell your GP and they'll be able to refer you quickly into one of our hospitals.