Get to Know New Victoria Hospital
Meet Medbelle’s hospital for orthopaedic procedures: the New Victoria Hospital in South West London.
Why Medbelle Is Proud to Work With the New Victoria Hospital
The New Victoria Hospital is a beautiful facility in South West London. It is a private, charity owned hospital, and one of the few remaining independent hospitals in the UK.
As Medbelle is committed to providing excellent patient care, we are proud to partner with the New Victoria Hospital. As our priority is the safety and comfort of our patients throughout their orthopaedic care journey, it only made sense for Medbelle to partner with a hospital that takes patient care as seriously as we do.
For more than 50 years, New Victoria Hospital has been known for its expertise in orthopaedic surgery. With a staff of over 20 specialist orthopaedic Consultants, they offer expert treatment in all of the subspecialties within orthopaedics.
The staff also includes a team of Sports Medicine professionals specialised in managing non-surgical orthopaedic problems, as well as Consultant Rheumatologists who specialise in the management of arthritis. Consultant Radiologists pioneering of new imaging techniques and experienced Chartered Physiotherapists round out the orthopaedic staff.
With a comprehensive and specialised staff, the New Victoria Hospital has established a reputation as a cornerstone of the community for over six decades.
The New Victoria Hospital also maintains an excellent quality of care by investing in the latest medical equipment and technology. Plus after the completion of their £30 million state of the art redevelopment project in 2019, it’s no wonder it’s often ranked as one of the capital’s top private hospitals by patients.
In fact, a recent quality assessment shows an incredible 99% of patient respondents rated their overall quality of care at the New Victoria Hospital as excellent, very good or good.
Quality & Accreditation
New Victoria Hospital is committed to exceptional standards in everything they do.
The hospital is rated Good by the CQC with regards to their metrics of safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led.
It is also accredited for the quality of its service by CHKS Healthcare Accreditation and Quality Unit. The CHKS library of standards includes:
- Leadership and management
- Risk and safety
- Patient-focused care
- Facilities and site services
- Service governance
- Specialist and clinical services
- Support and rehabilitation services
Remarkably as well, New Victoria hospital has never had a healthcare-acquired MRSA or MSSA infection. This is a testament to their commitment to proper hygiene protocol at every level.
The New Victoria Hospital is built for quality patient care.
Within the hospital, you will find:
- 21 bedrooms with ensuites
- 14-bed day surgery unit
- 3 operating theatres
- 2 Wards
- 2-bed High Dependency Unit
- 6-bed recovery area
- 1 Endoscopy Theatre
On top of this, there are also consulting rooms, an imaging centre, physiotherapy rooms, a pathology lab and a pharmacy.
In terms of the creature comforts, the recently refurbished patient rooms have a range of amenities.
- Landline telephone
- En-suite bathrooms
- Air conditioning
- Secure facilities for valuables
With regard to transportation, New Victoria Hospital is easy to get to no matter if you travel by car, train or bus. It is near Kingston upon Thames & Raynes Park stations as well as Wimbledon underground. There is a small parking area and a drop-off point for visitors at the front of the hospital. In addition, there are parking bays behind it, and because the car park has CCTV it is very secure.
The New Victoria Hospital also provides free car parking for both patients and visitors. This is a special feature compared to other London hospitals.
If you would like to learn more or have any questions about the New Victoria Hospital or anything regarding your orthopaedic care, please reach out to Medbelle’s Patient Care Advisers at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +442036957622.
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