Contact our Bournemouth Hospital today:

Fill in the form below, or give us a call.

Thank you

A member of the team will respond to you soon.

To continue to receive communications from Nuffield Health about our exclusive offers, products and services, then please tell us how you'd like to be contacted by ticking the relevant boxes below:

On occasion Nuffield Health may contact you with pertinent service information in regards to services we provide. Note that you can either amend or withdraw your consent at any time.

For information about where your personal data may be processed, how it may be processed and for details of our Data Protection Officer, please see our Privacy Policy.

Bournemouth Hospital

67 Lansdowne Road, Bournemouth, BH1 1RW

01202 291866
Switchboard 01202 291 866
Enquiries 01202 702830
MRI Appointments 01202 069566
Radiology 01202 702 810
Accounts Payable/Insurers 01202 901875

Other small incisions may be made to introduce instruments to remove fluid, diseased tissue or bone or to perform some procedures to the area. 

The inside of the joint is examined enabling the specialist to decide whether an operation is required to repair damage or remove loose material interfering with joint movement. Arthroscopy is very often performed as a day case with the patient under general anaesthetic. After the operation you should take it easy for a few days. You may have a few small stitches on each wound, which should be left in place until your follow-up appointment at the hospital, around 10-14 days later. You will be given exercises to do by your specialist and physiotherapist.