Southampton NHS Treatment Centre
Southampton NHS Treatment Centre

Welcome to the Southampton NHS Treatment Centre

We’re here to provide high quality specialist care to the people of Hampshire, including Southampton and surrounding areas. 

Whether you join us as a day patient, or you need more complex treatment that requires a longer stay with us, you’ll receive the best possible care – helping you to feel better, faster. We provide consultant-led investigations and assessments for health problems which may need surgery, for NHS patients. We provide surgery in our outpatient, day case or inpatient departments depending on your clinical needs. Our goal is to provide you with the fastest pathway to high quality assessment and treatment that we can.

Southampton NHS Treatment Centre is run by Care UK, an independent company that only provides services to NHS patients. We have an impressive track record in patient care and clinical success. Find out more.

We hope you find what you need on this site. If you have any questions, please contact us.
 


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November is National Mouth Cancer Action Month

November is National Mouth Cancer Action Month

November 18 2016

While other cancers may be more in the public consciousness, more than 6,750 people were diagnosed with oral cancer last year in the UK and each year around 1,8

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Wrist op puts veteran biker on top

Wrist op puts veteran biker on top

November 14 2016

Like many other racers, veteran enduro rider Graham Darby suffered from carpal tunnel syndrome, a painful wrist condition that was putting his racing future in

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Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic Imaging

November 7 2016

World Radiography Day is celebrated every 8th November and marks the anniversary of the discovery of x-radiation by Wilhelm Roentgen in 1895.

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Study finds cancer symptoms are missed without screening

Study finds cancer symptoms are missed without screening

October 31 2016

A new study has discovered that one in five patients with bowel cancer, which was diagnosed in an emergency, had symptoms which should have been spotted earlier

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