Our dedicated staff are always on hand to answer any questions you may Call us today on 01709 464200.
We are committed to making your inpatient stay in hospital as pleasant and easy as possible.
If you are travelling by car we have free parking available at the hospital. If you are going to be having a general anaesthetic or sedation, you should not drive yourself to the hospital and it is recommended you do not drive for 24-48 hours afterwards.
What you will require
Comfortable, casual clothing, night wear, toiletries, dressing gown and slippers. If you forget any of these, do not worry as we will provide them.
Please do not to bring valuables, such as expensive jewellery and large sums of money to the hospital.
If you are taking any medication, please bring it with you in its original packaging.
On arrival, please present yourself to the reception and the staff will direct you to the ward. You will then be admitted to the ward where the nurse will complete your admission forms and your doctor will examine and mark you for surgery.
Comfortable patient bedrooms
All our private patient rooms have been designed with your comfort in mind. Each room has an en-suite bathroom, with towels provided. Patients also benefit from a nurse-call system next to the bed. Friends and family are welcome to stay in the room during the admission process and visiting hours only (6 -8pm). Free tea and coffee is available in our reception area for visitors.
Kinvara Private Hospital is committed to respecting your privacy and we will do everything we can to ensure this is achieved. In the interests of privacy of others, visiting other patients’ rooms is prohibited.
Your Clinical Team
You will be under the care of your doctor and the nurse on duty, who will liaise with your doctor throughout your stay. A Resident Medical doctor will always be available overnight.
Following your treatment
Once your treatment is complete and you are safe to leave the operating suite, you will be brought back to the ward. Your nurse will regularly record your observations and ensure you are comfortable. For patients scheduled to go home the same day, your doctor may not visit you and your discharge will be managed by your nurse. For patients staying in overnight, your doctor may visit you later that evening or the next morning. Regardless, he/she will ring the ward to check on your progress.
Once your doctor or nurse is satisfied that you have recovered from the anaesthetic, you will be discharged and able to return home.
Your nurse will provide you with a discharge pack, containing instructions on your post-op care, prescription for medications you may need and follow-up details.
Your follow-up appointment will be decided by your doctor but if you wish to be seen any earlier or later, please let the nurse know.
If you have any questions at all regarding your inpatient stay with us, please call 01709 464200.
Speak to a member of our team for further information or to arrange a consultation
Our phone lines are open Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm. Alternatively you can send us a message via our contact form below.