Treatments and prices – private surgery costs in the UK

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Our private hospital pricelist

You can book an initial consultation appointment with one of our specialist consultants, which also includes a nurse assessment, any necessary bloods and swabs and an X-ray if required.

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Procedure Price
Initial consultation £95

Discover the different types of eye surgery and treatments available for a wide variety of eye conditions, from cataracts to glaucoma.

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Procedure Price
Cataract surgery £1995
Monofocal cataract surgery £2195
Bifocal cataract surgery £2445
Cataract surgery – Toric £2595
Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) – NHS only N/A
Glaucoma treatment N/A
Laser treatment £610
Medical retinal procedures £1825
Oculoplastics £3165
YAG laser capsulotomy £610
YAG laser capsulotomy – bilateral £770

About private operation costs in the UK

To learn more about paying for yourself call our dedicated Private Patient Advisors on 0333 321 1961.

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All prices are subject to change without prior notice.

Prices will be explained to you in advance of payment.

There will be a charge for any diagnostic tests that may be required as a result of your initial consultation with our specialists.

Fixed price surgery

It costs £95 for an initial appointment with us. This covers any necessary additional diagnostic testing such as X-rays and blood tests.

At Practice Plus Group, we’re committed to honest pricing. This means the quote we give you for treatment is the amount you pay. It includes prescriptions, aftercare, equipment used, and any extra complications that may arise.

What’s included?

Please bear in mind, there will be a charge for any diagnostic tests that may be required as a result of your initial consultation with our specialists.

Cost of private surgery in the UK for key treatments

According to recent reports and analysis, Practice Plus Group’s fixed prices for treatments are up to 30% less expensive than our closest competitors*. The results are based on the guide prices for Circle Health, Nuffield, Ramsey and Spire. *Based on current cataract prices

Below, we explore the difference in average private medical treatment costs and compare the figures to Practice Plus Group prices.

Knee replacement costs

As a ballpark guide, you can expect to pay anything from £5,000-15,000 for your knee surgery. At Practice Plus Group, our knee replacement surgery costs are among some of the lowest in the UK at just £11,200. This is around £2,000 less expensive than some of our closest competitors. Please note, this figure does not include the £95 initial consultation.

Hip replacement costs

Private hip surgery costs in the UK vary according to the type of procedure needed and your location. Typically, they range from £11,000 – £15,000. Total hip replacement surgery at Practice Plus Group is just £10,720.

Private cataract surgery costs

The average cost of cataract surgery in the UK currently stands between £3,000-4,000 per eye. At Practice Plus Group, you’ll need to pay £95 for an initial consultation and £1,995 for cataract surgery, per eye.

How to pay and next steps

You can pay for treatment in the following ways:

Please note, to be eligible for finance, you or your partner must:

For private treatment enquiries, please call 0333 321 1961 or fill out the form below.

Private hospital prices in the UK – FAQs

Not quite found what you’re looking for? Our commonly asked pricing questions could help!

The cost of private surgeries in the UK can vary widely depending on factors. These include the following:

  • type of surgery
  • complexity of the procedure
  • location of the treatment centre
  • surgeon fees.

Yes. Many private healthcare providers in the UK offer financing options that allow patients to pay for private surgeries on a monthly basis. These financing options allow you to spread the cost of your surgery over time. Through our partner Chrysalis Finance, we offer approved patients a range of funding options to pay for one-off private treatments.

Private surgery can often provide quicker access to treatment. Patients have more control over selecting their surgeon, the hospital where the procedure will take place and the time and date of the procedure. For elective or cosmetic procedures not covered by the NHS, private surgery can be a good option.

The popularity of different types of surgeries can vary over time and across regions. Private orthopaedic surgeries such as knee and hip replacements are common, as is cataract surgery. The most common private treatments at Practice Plus Group are hip replacement, knee replacement, and cataract surgery.

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