Self-Pay Patients

If you don’t have health insurance, you don’t have to wait for treatment.

Dorset Heart Clinic offers fast access to treatment for a range of heart conditions. We welcome patients choosing to pay for their treatment, or who may not have private medical insurance. Most of the treatments and other services we offer have little or no waiting time, making it more convenient for you. We provide the highest standards of consultant-led care, so you can be back to normal and get on with life as quickly as possible.

We’ll aim to get you an appointment with the right consultant within 48 hours of your enquiry. For most patients, the cost of your treatment can be fixed*, giving you peace of mind and transparency of cost. These costs are subject to regular review to ensure cost-effective care. We accept all major credit and debit cards, cash and cheques (cheques must be cleared before admission).

Please telephone us on 01202 705454 to request a fixed-price package quote for any procedure.
Alternatively, please direct any self-pay enquiry to self-pay@dorsetheartclinic.co.uk

*Subject to status, terms and conditions apply

Why choose to pay for your care?

You want to be able to access consultant-led personalised care
You do not want to wait for a diagnosis or treatment
You want to choose an appointment time convenient for you

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I pay for my treatment?

The total cost of your treatment is payable before admission. We ask you to settle your account in advance by contacting the finance department at the clinic. Payment can be made by cash, cheque, bank transfer or credit/debit card.

If you wish to pay by bank transfer, the funds must have cleared before admission. If your admission is imminent, then you may be asked to provide proof of the transfer of your payment.

Do I need a GP referral?

Please contact the Dorset Heart Clinic Business Office team on 01202 705454. Who will be able to advise you if a GP referral letter is required, in order for you to be seen as a private patient.