Our affordable Self Pay treatments are an extension of our existing services. If you are exploring the option of paying for yourself, this alternative solution allows you to quickly access high quality treatments without the need for private insurance.
To learn more about paying for yourself, complete the contact form or call our dedicated Self Pay Advisors on
0330 058 1775
When can I choose to pay for myself?
Self pay is the perfect option if you require hospital treatment but fall into any of the below categories:
- You are not eligible for NHS-funded care
- You don’t have private health insurance
- You would like to be treated at a more convenient time of your choosing.
Self pay treatments we offer:
|General surgery||Removal of benign skin lesions||£940|
|Haemorrhoidectomy (HALO) using THD||£2,095|
|Total cholecystectomy / gallbladder removal||£4,720|
|Anal skin tag removal / repair of anal fissure tear||£1,655|
|Avulsion of nail / ingrowing toenail||£1,045|
|Pilonidal sinus surgery||£2,620|
(price per eye)
|Dupuytren’s contracture release||£2,095|
|Knee arthroscopy – level 1||£2,830*|
|Total hip replacement||£9,025|
|Total knee replacement||£9,445|
|Revision of knee replacement||£15,850|
|Revision of hip replacement||£15,850|
|Complex knee surgery (not joint replacement or ACL)||£8,815|
|Trigger finger release||£1,990|
|Osteotomy – knee or foot – level 1||£3,670|
|Osteotomy and internal fixation – knee or foot – level 2||£5,770*|
|Removal of internal fixation from bone||£2,305|
|Manipulation of joint||£1,570|
|Elbow surgery – cubital tunnel release||£1,780|
|Fusion of joints – level 1||£2,465*|
|Fusion of joints – level 2||£3,775|
|Arthroscopic meniscectomy – level 1||£3,670*|
|Spinal / epidural / facet injections / US guided injections||£1,675|
|Oral surgery||Surgical removal of tooth||£1,045|
|Surgical removal of impacted wisdom tooth||£1,780|
|Full dental clearance||£1,780|
|Extraction of multiple teeth||£1,780|
|Removal of retained root of tooth||£1,780|
|TURP – prostate reduction surgery||£4,615|
|Excision of hydrocele sac||£2,095|
|Frenuloplasty of penis||£1,465|
|Excision of lesion of epididymis||£1,780|
|Gynaecology||Treatment of uterine bleeding||£2,620|
|Pelvic peritoneum procedures||£3,145|
|Hysteroscopy and insertion of intrauterine device||£1,990|
|Colporrhaphy – anterior and posterior||£3,565|
|Surgical removal of ovaries (Oophorectomy)||£4,195|
|Sterilisation (cutting of fallopian tubes)||£2,575|
|Diagnostic dilation and curretage||£1,360|
|Mirena coil insertion||£1,360|
|MRI scan – one body part||£260|
|MRI scan – additional charge per body part scanned||£175|
|MRI scan – additional charge for use of contrast||£135|
|CT scan – one body part||£260|
|CT scan – additional charge per body part scanned||£175|
|CT scan – additional charge for use of contrast||£135|
|Nerve conduction study – carpal tunnel||£310|
|YAG laser capsulotomy||£520*|
|Ear wax removal||£170|
|Banding of haemorrhoids||£170|
There will be a charge for any diagnostic tests that may be required as a result of your initial consultation with our specialists.
These prices will be explained to you in advance of payment.
All prices are correct at the time of printing and are subject to change without prior notice.
* Indicates the starting price for this procedure, with final cost dependent on the outcome of a patient’s outpatient assessment.
** These prices are for imaging that forms part of a treatment plan rather than as a stand alone diagnostic tool.
Ask your Private Patient Sales Advisor for the full terms and conditions or download them here.
We know that choosing to pay for your own care is a big decision, so we’re with you every step of the way.