BMI The Manor Hospital

Details

Name :

BMI The Manor Hospital

Address  :

Church End
Biddenham

Town  :

Bedford

State  :

Bedfordshire

Country  :

UK

Post Code:

MK40 4AW

Phone  :

01234 364252

Fax  :

01234 325001

Web URL  :

BMI The Manor Hospital
Specialization
  • Cardiology
  • Dermatology
  • ENT
  • General Surgeon
  • Gynaecology
  • Neurologist
  • Oncologist
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopedics
  • Paediatrics
  • Podiatry
  • Urology
Facilities
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Description

About BMI The Manor Hospital
BMI Healthcare is the acute private hospital division of General Healthcare Group and is the largest independent provider of private health care in the UK It is committed to providing a consistent high quality service to local communities

BMI Healthcare has over 70 hospitals and healthcare facilities nationwide each serving the health care needs of the local community BMI hospitals have an enviable reputation for providing excellent medical and surgical facilities supported by stateoftheart equipment and a high standard of nursing care within pleasant and comfortable surroundings

Equipped with the latest technology BMI hospitals perform more complex surgery than any other independent private health care provider in the country Handling over 250000 inpatient and 1000000 outpatient visits each year nearly half the procedures undertaken for patients are of a major or complex nature

BMI hospitals attract consultants from a wide range of specialties most of whom have extensive experience gained within the NHS Supported by BMI Healthcares high calibre staff they are able to undertake a wide range of procedures from routine investigations to the most complex high acuity cases such as cardiac and neuro surgery

Each hospital has an experienced doctor onsite 24 hours a day to support patient care and a fully qualified nursing clinical and support team plus diagnostic and treatment technology relevant to the patient procedures undertaken
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