Through our partnership with the NHS, our world-class hospitals at Burcot Hall in Bromsgrove and The Pines in Wytheshawe are currently being used to care for patients during the coronavirus pandemic. The NHS has full access to the capacities and clinical care capabilities at both of these medical facilities.
At a time when our daily lives have changed beyond measure, Transform Hospital Group is proud to have stepped up to assist the National Health Service in the fight against COVID-19.
And we are hugely grateful to our clinical and operational staff for their response to serving the needs of our NHS during the weeks and months ahead. They truly are heroes.
These days, we no longer talk about ‘We’ – Transform Hospital Group as a single private healthcare provider.
Now, we speak about ‘Us’ – working together with the wider healthcare community in the interests of all patients.
We know that the huge effort that we have made in planning, logistics, training and preparation will help the nation at the time it needs it most. It’s an honour to be able to step up and support our NHS.
The NHS is under unprecedented strain due to the thousands of additional patients who need care because of COVID-19. We have provided our hospital facilities, theatres, wards and team members on a not-for-profit basis in order to help.
Transform Hospital Group has loaned 4 much-needed ventilators to the NHS. These will support patients with signs of respiratory failure while the body fights the coronavirus.
We have also repurposed 10 anaesthetic machines which will be used on the front line as ventilators in Salford General Hospital, Worcester Acute Trust and University Hospitals, Birmingham. In addition, we are loaning other specialist equipment to the NHS wherever we can.
Extensive planning has meant that our Burcot Hall Hospital is now providing surgical services for 10 cancer patients. This hospital will also take medical step-down patients, allowing the NHS to free up other beds to accommodate more COVID-19 patients.
In-depth preparation has been crucial in ensuring that Transform Hospital Group can provide exemplary care for these patients at a very difficult time. As we are adopting different nursing models due to the NHS partnership, several of our colleagues have received additional training to support their nursing skills. Additionally, a number of our surgeons, anaesthetists and medical aesthetic doctors have volunteered to carry out Duty Doctor roles in the hospital, providing clinical leadership and support during our NHS partnership.
While we continue to support the NHS, it’s important to us that we’re still able to provide our patients with informationand advice regarding cosmetic surgery, weight loss and medical aesthetics.
With day to day life having changed so much due to the current regulations on social distancing, now could be the perfect time for you to find out more about the treatment you’ve been considering. You can do that by having a video consultation with one of our specialist surgeons and your Patient Advisor.
Learn more about your life-changing procedure from the comfort of your own home. It’s easy – all you need are a smart phone and a good WiFi or internet connection, and you’re ready to go.
Simply follow a link to access our virtual consulting room, where you’ll be welcomed by your friendly Patient Advisor and introduced to your surgeon. They’ll help you understand more about the treatment or procedure, and you can get the answers to any questions you might have.
And if you’d rather not use video, then we offer telephone consultations too, where you can still find out everything you need to make the decision that’s right for you.
You can start making preparations today for the procedure you’ve been thinking about, so why wait? Take the first step now.
Simply fill in the form and one of our friendly team will be in touch shortly.
We can discuss your free consultation today.
If you are ready to start your journey, we can book you in at a time and date that suits you to start your transformation
The minimum age for any consultation and a surgical procedure is 18. It is not possible to proceed with treatment if you become pregnant.