Why One Hatfield Hospital?

• Short waiting lists (depending on location and treatment)
• En-suite bedroom
• Extended visiting hours
• Infection-free environment
• Selection of menus suitable for alldietary requirements

Our expert care is available to everyone and we welcome NHS patients.

Ask your GP to refer you to One Healthcare

If you ask your GP to refer you to One Healthcare, you may be able to book your appointment whilst in the GP surgery but in the majority of cases you will receive a letter from your GP listing the choice of hospitals and giving you your unique NHS booking reference number.
You can then book your appointment online or through or over the phone for a time and date that is convenient for you.

What to expect

After your GP has referred you to us, you will normally have a short initial appointment where you will discuss your condition with one of our specialists.

They will arrange any investigative tests that may be necessary, such as blood tests or X-rays.

Once a diagnosis has been made, you will talk about your treatment plan with your consultant.

You might need further consultations, or you may be referred back to your GP for on-going care and management of your condition.
After your surgery

Once you've had your surgery, you’ll be moved into a recovery area or room complete with ensuite facilities, TV and wifi where you can recover in comfort until your consultant feels you're ready to go home. Your friends and family will be able to visit anytime you want – we don’t have fixed visiting hours.

When you're ready to leave hospital you will receive a copy of your treatment and recovery plan with full details of any follow-up care and medication you may need, plus a contact number if you have any concerns once you are home. It's a good idea to take your copy with you if you need to see your GP soon after your procedure.

We will also keep your GP informed about your treatment and recovery plan and progress. Our report will be added to your medical records and kept by your GP.

Payment

The NHS covers all the costs of your treatment with us. You only pay for extra personal items, such as phone calls, just as you would in an NHS hospital.