Nuffield Health York Hospital opened in 2004 to replace the Purey Cust Nuffield Hospital in response to increasing demand from the local region for high class medical facilities.
We provide a comprehensive range of private healthcare services, using the most up to date technology and medical equipment to ensure the best possible patient care.
Our areas of specialty include cosmetic surgery, male and female health and spinal care. Your dedicated consultant will be with you throughout your treatment journey, right through to your recovery.
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Haxby Road, York, YO31 8TA
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York Hospital FAQs
How do I get an appointment to see a consultant?
Whilst you can self-refer for some of our services, some specialities do require a referral so please ask at the point of booking your appointment.
Please note that for our diagnostic services you will need a referral from a clinician with relevant qualifications, including ionising radiation (IRMER).
How long would it take me to get an appointment?We endeavour to ensure all private patients will be seen at the very earliest opportunity and at a time that is convenient for you. Our appointments are designed to be flexible around your needs and activities. Our waiting times do vary depending on the nature of the service and speciality.
Can I see a consultant for an appointment after work or at the weekend?
Our outpatient services operate from 08:30 - 19:30 Monday to Thursday; 08:30 – 18:30 Friday.
We also offer some Saturday clinics between 09:00 - 13:00.
Post-operatively, if a consultant decided they needed to see a patient urgently this would be co-ordinated by our out-of- hours team. The hospital is open 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year for our patients’ convenience.
Do you offer treatment for children?
Some of our consultants do offer consultation appointments for children but Nuffield Health York hospital is unable to offer invasive treatments for patients under the age of 16.
In certain specialities we do offer some non-invasive treatments for children but please confirm with our outpatient bookings team at the point of booking your appointment.
Would my surgery be conducted by a junior doctor?
No, our hospital only works with consultants and therefore you can be assured of the highest level of clinical care.
When can my family visit if I am an inpatient?
Your recovery is of paramount importance, and you may find that you are very tired following surgery. With this in mind, Visiting hours are set between the hours shown below:
Monday to Friday: between 2pm to 4pm and between 6pm to 7pm
Saturday: 2pm to 4pm
Sunday by prior arrangement only
Is there parking available?We have free onsite parking for our patients and other hospital visitors. Our car park is monitored by Euro Car Parks and all visitors attending the hospital must ensure that they enter their vehicle registration on arrival using the consoles at our hospital reception desks. Should you receive a Parking Charge Notice (PCN) following attendance at our hospital or for all other parking queries, please contact our hospital on 01904 233225 and select Option 4 on our telephone answering system.
Is there accommodation nearby where my family can stay?Unfortunately our hospital is unable to accommodate overnight visitors but there are a number of local hotels and bed & breakfasts which we would be able to recommend to you.
I am disabled/require assistance during my visit, who do I need to tell?Please let our staff know your requirements when you contact us. We are happy to make suitable arrangements before your visit.
Services for patients and visitors with visual impairment
- At the point of commencing your patient pathway with us please let us know if you need information by email, text, large print, audio or braille
- Our staff will support and assist you when you attend our hospital
- Staff will be happy to talk through brochures with you
Services for patients and visitors with hearing impairmentHearing induction loop systems are provided at reception for the assistance of patients and visitors with hearing impairments.
Services for patients who require assistance with interpretingWe can organise interpreting services through The Big Word. Please let us know if you require assistance with this in advance of your appointment with us.
Are visitor meals available?
We have cold water dispensers and hot drinks machines available in our outpatient waiting areas when you are attending our hospital.
Visitors to our patients on the ward are welcome to dine with them and can choose from our daily menu. Orders should be provided to the ward serving staff by 11.00am for lunch and by 4.00pm for dinner. Please note that all visitor’s meals are chargeable.
Can I change my appointment?Should you need to change your appointment please contact us as soon as possible. For Outpatient consultations/appointments please call 01904 233225 and select Option 1 followed by Option 1.
For Diagnostic/Radiology appointments please call 01904 233225 and select Option 1 followed by Option 3.
For Inpatient/Theatre bookings please call 01904 233225 and select Option 1 followed by Option 5.
Where is your hospital located?Our postcode is YO31 8TA covering all of Haxby Road. Our hospital is based directly opposite the new residential development "The Cocoa Works" on the former Nestle Rowntree’s factory site.
What local transport can use to get to your hospital?
The bus stop at Nestlé, Haxby Road is serviced by the following bus routes: Route 1: Chapelfields to Wiggington, Route 5: Strensall to Acomb, Route 13: Haxby to Copmanthorpe.
York has many taxi service providers and our switchboard staff will be happy to provide you with the details. Please call our main hospital number on 01904 233225 and select Option 4.