One Hatfield Hospital's Orthopaedic Unit 


Patients will benefit from:

  • Quick access to Hertfordshire's and North London's leading orthopaedic consultants.
  • Tailor-made treatment options for a range of conditions affecting the bones and joints.
  • Friendly consultants that put your needs first.
  • Competitive self-pay prices including fixed priced treatment packages. 
  • All major insurance companies accepted. 


At One Hatfield Hospital we offer care and support, from the diagnosis of your problem through to treatment and after care.


Common conditions treated


Our team

With extensive experience in the NHS and private practice, you are in safe hands with our orthopaedic surgeons. Our consultants take a patient-focused approach to provide tailor-made treatment plans. By discussing a range of treatment options with your consultant, you can confidently decide on the best course of action. 


One Hatfield Hospital is easily accessible from the A1(M) and M25 and is well located for patients in St Albans, Stevenage, Watford, North London, Welwyn, Barnet, throughout Bedfordshire, and all nearby areas.


Did you know?

You can ask your NHS GP to refer you to One Hatfield Hospital for orthopaedic surgery. Find out more 

Orthopaedics Pricing Guide

This is a list of guide or fixed-price packages for common Orthopaedics treatments and procedures.

Treatment Guide Price from
Hand and Wrist 
Carpal Tunnel Release – One Wrist £2,350
Excision of Ganglion £2,309
Shoulder – Rotator Cuff Repair £8,115
Foot and Ankle 
Bunion Removal  – One Foot  £6,500
Knee – Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair (ACL) £12,495
Multiple Knee Arthroscopy £5,000
Knee – Replacement £16,100
Hip – Replacement £15,770


Book your consultation

Contact us on 01707 443 333, or make an online enquiry.

Common Treatments and Conditions

After care and physical therapy

Following treatment, your consultant will be able to advise you of the likely impact of the surgery. They will also advise you which follow up care options would be best suited to aid your recovery, so you can get back on your feet and enjoy your daily life once more.