Our GP Area helps you with referrals and much more
Our helpful team are on hand to assist GPs and patients. Contact us on the numbers below and we will arrange an appointment with a consultant and contact your patient.
Latest news regarding Covid-19
If deemed an urgent appointment, Derby Private Health will decide with the Consultant if the consultation could be delivered in an alternative way rather than face to face.
All new referrals will be added to a waiting list and processed when possible.
Please contact Derby Private Health on 01332 785200 if you have any queries.
Thanks for your patience during this time.
Electronic referrals for private patients now available
Our electronic referral system for referring private patients directly from your surgery. This system will allow you to refer patients with both private health insurance and those who are self-funding for private treatment with Derby Private Health.
The system uses the ICE software and there is a new tab called “Private Patients” (similar to that highlighted in the above screenshot) which leads to a simple referral form. Once completed, this will instantly submit the referral for any procedure which will then be processed by Private Health’s Admin Team and arrangements will be made for the patient. Derby Private Health is a private suite located at the Royal Derby Hospital. All the income generated from private patient episodes is returned to the hospital to support all our patients attending the Trust.
If you require any further information or have any issues or problems accessing the system please contact 01332 785200.
Alternatively, please send your referrals through via:
- Tel: 01332 786128
- Fax: 01332 787354
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Post: Derby Private Health, Level 2, Royal Derby Hospital, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby, DE22 3NE
Educational seminars at Derby Private Health
We are pleased to announce that throughout 2020, we will again be hosting a series of educational seminars at Derby Private Health for GPs and health care professionals.
Our seminars will be hosted by our Consultants who will deliver informative presentations based on an area of their expertise, as well as giving you the chance to have your questions answered. There will also be the chance to have a tour of the Derby Private Health suite and find out more about the work that we do and how we reinvest all of our profits back into the NHS locally.
Our seminars will be CPD and CET accredited (where applicable), meaning that you will also earn CPD and CET points for attending our events. You can view our events on the CPD online event calendar here.
Food and drink will also be provided at all events, as well as complimentary car parking passes, allowing you to park on site at the Royal Derby Hospital free of charge.
Booking is essential for the seminars, so please register your place by clicking the button below or by calling 01332 785143.
Our 2020 educational seminars will be returning in March and we now have the following dates confirmed with more dates to be added in the new year:
- ‘What to do about opioids and other pain medications’ – hosted Dr Adrian Searle | Thursday 26th March
- “Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease and Obesity: Pathophysiology and Putative Treatment ” – hosted by Mr Waleed Al-Khyatt | Thursday 23rd April
- ‘All things Hernia: Current trends and controversies in abdominal wall and groin hernia surgery.’ – hosted by Mr Khaleel Fareed | Thursday 7th May
- ‘Practical Management of the dizzy patient’ – hosted by Prof. Owen Judd | Thursday 11th June
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All of our seminars will commence at 7pm – but you are welcome to arrive from 6.30pm onwards.
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We have agreements with many of the major insurers – if possible, please provide your patient’s insurance scheme and policy details when making a referral.
We accept patients who are insured with the following insurance companies, as well as a number of others:
Patients may wish to pay for some procedures that are not currently available on the NHS, or if they have been waiting for treatment for some time and would like to choose when they receive treatment.
A GP referral is always preferable, however patients can self-refer for the following services: