Building work begins at Spire Healthcare Harrogate Clinic

  • 19th June 2024

Building work has commenced on Spire Healthcare’s £13m Harrogate Clinic, which will offer diagnostic and Spire GP services, as well as treatments for dermatological, ophthalmic, gynaecological and urology conditions, and minor orthopaedic procedures such as hand, foot and ankle surgery.

It will provide X-rays, ultrasound and MRI scans, and surgery that doesn’t require an overnight stay.

Due to open late this year, the clinic will deliver up to 1,500 surgical procedures every year.

It will create up to 30 new jobs including GPs, nurses, radiographers, healthcare assistants, housekeeping, administrative, patient concierge, and engineering staff.

Helen Atkinson, Spire Healthcare’s clinics director, said: “The development of Spire’s Harrogate Clinic is part of a network of 10 new Spire clinics being developed in community areas across Britain. This means that more people are closer to accessing healthcare and the diagnoses they need more quickly, so they can get better, sooner.

“We know that people want fast access to high-quality care outside of the hospital setting, at times suited to their busy lives. This is why we are opening new clinics which offer a range of services including ophthalmology, dermatology, gynaecology, orthopaedics, general practice, alongside complementary services such as sports medicine.

“Providing medical care in the community leaves our hospital colleagues at the nearby Spire Leeds, Elland and Methley Park Hospitals with the capacity to continue delivering more complex treatment for patients.”


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