All Fees at the clinic are charged according to UK health insurers rates for insured patients. This applies both to outpatient and surgical services.
For self funding UK patients the outpatient fees are £250 for a new patient consultation and £200 for a follow up.
For self funding patients requiring surgical treatment all fees are quoted in writing in advance of surgery. The fees are based upon the complexity procedure and length of operation. Hospital fees are quoted separately by the various hospitals (also in advance) and vary between institutions. These are always higher than the clinicians fees.
Following your consultation you may need certain tests (such as blood tests or imaging, for example an X-ray, MRI or CT) to help us diagnose your condition. If the test is undertaken by the hospital and not by us, the fees for those tests will be determined by the hospital and charged to you or your private medical insurer separately. If there are any fees which we will charge in relation to any of the tests that you have, we will let you know what those will be.
Prior to your consultation you will need to provide us in advance with your insurance details and also a pre-authorisation number. The pre-authorisation number will be given to you by your insurance company once you have cleared the consultation with them.
We also require a current mobile phone number and email contact. These are for the purposes of communicating with you, supplying your clinical notes and for billing. We do not share this information with third parties and it is kept securely. Please feel free to email these details to us on firstname.lastname@example.org
We also require that you supply your credit card details in advance of consultation which are stored encrypted on a fully PCI / DSS compliant system. The card details are removed once treatment has finished and the account is settled. Please do not email your credit card details.
For insured patients all fees are due within four weeks of consultation / treatment date. In the eventuality of a policy excess, any outstanding amounts will be collected from the credit card supplied and a receipt emailed to the registered address at that time.
If you are self-funding then payment is required on the day of review or treatment.