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Payment Options

Payment Options

Paying for myself

Consultants at London Bridge Orthopaedics are happy to see patients without private medical insurance cover. Self-funded patients do not need to have a referral letter to book a consultation. All consultants at London Bridge Orthopaedics have established fee structures for self-funding patients. Please contact the specific consultant’s secretary for the fee structure or any further information.

I have insurance

The consultants at London Bridge Orthopaedics are recognized by all major private medical insurance providers. If you have a medical insurance, you will need to contact your insurer to confirm whether you are covered for your consultation and whether you will need a GP referral. Some insurance providers allow referral from a physiotherapist. Those who do not have access to an NHS GP, the referral letter can be obtained from a private GP.

Further payment information

For more information on self-pay packages, payment options, payment procedures, insurance and answers to the following payment questions at London Bridge Orthopaedics, please visit the main London Bridge Hospital website, or click on any of the following key questions.

Consultants who care

We are a group of established consultants who care about our patients. We cover all the subspecialty areas of orthopaedics:

  • Hand & Wrist
  • Shoulder & Elbow
  • Spine
  • Foot & Ankle
  • Hip
  • Knee

Meet the team at London Bridge Orthopaedics.

Our Consultants

Approved by leading insurers

Consultants at London Bridge Orthopaedics provide service for patients with our without private medical insurance.

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