What you need to know

Costs and payment options

  • Masectomy: £4,794
  • Masetomy and reconstruction: £8,160
  • Reconstruction: £7,038
  • Removal or reinsertion of prosthesis: £3,366–£5,610
  • Mammoplasty reduction: £5,508–£7,038
  • Bilaterial mastopexy: £4,641
  • Excision of breast lump: £2,295
  • Angiogram: £1,457
  • Wide excision head and neck: £870
  • Wide excision trunk and limbs: £830
  • Secondary excision head and neck: £916
  • Secondary excision trunk and limbs: £870
  • Excision lesions 1–3 neck and head: £497
  • Excision of lesion 1–3 trunk and limbs: £487
  • Excision of lesions 4+ neck and head: £789
  • Excision of lesions 4+ trunk and limbs: £748
  • Cautery and curettage up to three: £348
  • Cautery and curettage four plus: £688
  • Incisional biopsy: £348
  • Shave biopsy: £471
  • Avulsion of nail: £412
  • New consultation one hour: £153.00
  • FODMAPPING new consultation (one hour): £204.00
  • ERCP (Endoscopic retrograde cholangio-pancreatography): £1,800–£2,825
  • Repair of hernia: £2,700–£3,780
  • Perineal repair of prolapse of rectum: £4,000
  • Flexible sigmoidoscopy: £1,275 and £1,489
  • Theraputic sigmoidoscopy: £1,887
  • Diagnostic colonoscopy: £1,989–£2,550
  • Theraputic colonoscopy: £2,448

Contact us on 01423 555430 to discuss our individual and corporate price packages for health screening.

  • Intravitreal injections (IVT) unilateral: £587–£1,607
  • Intravitreal injections (IVT) bilateral: £1,010–£3,009
  • Cataract: £2,400–£3,100
  • Excision of lesion of eyelid: £714
  • Curettage/cryotherapy of lesion of eyelid: £561
  • Correction of lower eyelid: £1,724 and £1,836
  • Total hip replacement: £10,486–£12,378
  • Total knee replacement: £11,506–£14,520
  • Uni compartmental knee: £10,710
  • ACL of the knee: £6,222
  • Arthroscopic operation on knee: £3,774
  • Ankle surgery: £3,468–£12,240
  • Fusion of toe: £2,203
  • Forefoot surgery: £5,100–£6,324
  • Mid foot or hind foot surgery: £6,936
  • Shoulder surgery: £9,588–£11,322
  • Autologous blood injection for tendiopathy – Elbow: £357
  • Autologous blood injection for tendiopathy – Shoulder: £439
  • Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair: £4,590
  • Carpal tunnel release: £2,040
  • Transection of peripheral nerve for neuroma: £3,417

CT scans

  • One body part: £350
  • Two body parts: £495
  • Three body parts: £650
  • Four plus body parts: £750
  • CT brain: £295
  • CT sinuses: £295
  • CT colonoscopy: £750
  • CT guided biopsy: £750
  • CT angioraphy (inc. pulmonary): £650
  • CT guided joint injection: £495

MRI scans

  • One body part: £350
  • Two body parts: £595
  • Three body parts: £850
  • Four body parts: £950
  • MRCP liver and bile ducts: £350
  • MR small bowel: £575
  • MR liver dynamic enhanced: £850
  • MR plus arthogram: £895

Ultrasound scans

  • Diagnostic scan: £295
  • Abdominal: £295
  • Pelvis and kidney: £295
  • Doppler scan (one limb): £395
  • Doppler scan (bilateral): £495

X-ray

  • One view: £100
  • Two views: £120
  • Three views: £150
  • Four views: £175
  • Orthopantomogram: £100
  • Skeletal survey/four view plus X-ray: £295
  • TURBT (Transurethral resection of bladder tumour): £3,860
  • TURP (Transurethral resection of the prostate): £5,400
  • Cystoscopy: £1,200
  • Insertion of prostatic urethral lift implants: £5,700
  • Frenuloplasty: £1,250
  • Sports test one hour and detailed report: £350
  • Subsequent bookings: £250
  • Picc line insertion: £918

PAYMENT OPTIONS

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HEALTH INSURANCE

Insurance companies

Bupa  |  WPA  |  Axa PPP  |  Cigna  |  Vitality  |  Aviva  |  Exeter

It is essential that you contact your health insurance provider prior to your admission to hospital to ensure that you are fully covered for the intended procedure and anticipated length of stay for your treatment.

We ask that you bring your insurance policy membership number and authorisation number to all your appointments and admissions. Your insurance company should advise you if there are any aspects of your care plan which they are not willing to provide cover for.

Please make sure that you are aware of any excess payments, exclusions or shortfalls on your policy, as you will be personally liable for these costs once treatment has been provided.

Pre-authorisation from your insurance company is required for each appointment and admission. It is your responsibility to make sure authorisation is in place.

Before admission, you will receive an Undertaking to Pay Charges form, on which you should complete your insurance company’s information as outlined on the form.

After you are discharged an invoice will be sent directly to your insurance company. A separate invoice, if necessary, will be raised for items not covered by your insurance policy and sent directly to you.

Patient Transport Service (PTS) costs could be added to your final invoice if used and not specifically covered under any insurance plan.

If you are prescribed any medication upon discharge an invoice will be raised as these are not covered by medical insurance. Please note that NHS exemption certificates are not valid for private patient prescriptions.

SELF FUNDING

Self funding is available if you wish to transfer your care from your NHS care pathway into a private healthcare service. Our friendly team will be able to meet with you and advise on a guide price even if you have not yet been seen by a consultant. You are able to access the Harrogate Harlow team by contacting 01423 555430 or complete our online form.

Costs will include (but not be exclusive to):

  • Accommodation
  • Radiology
  • Blood tests
  • Private consultant fees
  • Any further diagnostic or surgical procedures needed for your care
  • Private patient transport

Fixed cost packages

If you don’t have health insurance but would like to know if you can pay for yourself, then please call on 01423 555430 or complete our online form. Our friendly team will advise you on a guide price even if you have not yet been seen by a consultant.

When you have seen a consultant, we can prepare a bespoke fixed-cost package and arrange a convenient time for your admission.
Thereafter, we carry out a pre-assessment appointment to ensure that you are fit for surgery.

The full fixed-cost of your treatment is payable prior to admission. Any changes to your care will be discussed with you during your stay so that you are kept up-to-date about costs.

Patient Transport Service (PTS) costs could be added to your final bill payment if required and not specifically covered under any insurance plan.

Flexible Payment Options

  • Cheque – made payable to Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust. To be received a minimum of five working days prior to your procedure.
  • BACS – sort code 60-70-80  /  account number 10004890
  • Credit/debit card – in person or via the telephone (excluding American Express)

If you require more information do not hesitate to contact our team on 01423 555430.

MAKE A PAYMENT

We have a range of payment options available to make things as simple as possible for you. We accept the following methods of payment

  • Cheque made payable to Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust. To be received a minimum of five working days prior to your procedure.
  • BACS sort code 60-70-80  /  account number 10004890
  • Credit/debit card in person or via the telephone (excluding American Express)
  • Online use the button below to make a payment

FAST ACCESS TO QUALITY PRIVATE HEALTHCARE

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