Hull and East Riding Hospital, formerly BUPA Hospital Hull and East Riding is now owned by Spire Healthcare. It is situated in Anlaby, East Riding of Yorkshire, England.
The hospital offers private care to patients from a wide geographic area covering East Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, North East Lincolnshire and North Lincolnshire. It care offerings including cardiac services, orthopedic surgery and an intensive care unit. The North of England Hyperbaric Unit is based at the hospital, treating patients with carbon monoxide poisoning and divers with the bends.
The Wilberforce Wing has a dedicated 10 bed ward which was designed for NHS patients, the first to open in a private hospital in the UK. It was built at a cost of £800,000 and opened on 24 November 2006 by the Shadow Home Secretary David Davis.
A new health centre, the Spire Lowfield Clinic, is to be built on the site in 2015 as part of the Anlaby housing development. It will provide an extra 9,500 sq ft of space on two floors and 200 parking spaces.
Hull & East Riding
Not your typical hospital food
Our catering team are passionate about what they do and deliver freshly prepared food just for you.
We’re proud of the quality and taste of the fresh food that we offer our patients. Our professional cooks prepare fresh meals every day in our onsite kitchen, offering a wide range of dishes and a menu that changes daily. We can cater for special dietary requirements – including halal, kosher and wheat free options. We can also make your child’s favourite meals if they’re staying with us. Your visitors are also welcome to dine with you; we can provide them with a meal along with tea, coffee and filtered water.
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