Prices & Payment

Patients with the major healthcare insurance companies (BUPA, AXA-PPP, Aviva, PruHealth, WPA, Cigna & most others) are covered to undergo surgery at the Centre. If you do not have healthcare insurance, consultation costs can be confirmed at the time of booking.

We offer attractive all-inclusive fixed price packages if you do not have medical insurance.

  • First consultation
  • Return consultation
  • Colonoscopy (conscious sedation)
  • colonoscopy (deep sleep/GA)
  • Combined Upper GI endoscopy & colonoscopy (conscious sedation)
  • Combined Upper GI endoscopy & colonoscopy (deep sleep/GA)
  • Banding of haemorrhoids

Payment for fixed price packages is made directly to Ross Hall hospital. These costings include

  • Pre-operative health assessment to confirm your suitability for the procedure
  • Main treatment including hospital fee, surgeons fee and anaesthetic fee if procedure is performed under deep sleep/general anaesthesia
  • Post-discharge care including a postoperative clinic consultation.

The initial consultation fee is separate to the procedurel fee and will be collected by your surgeon. The prices shown here however subject to change so it is important to check the current price either with your surgeon or with the hospital before you confirm you wish to proceed with an operation.

A date for a post-operative consultation with your surgeon will be made before discharge from hospital and the cost of this visit is included in the procedure price for surgery. All inpatient costs for accommodation and meals are included in the surgical price. Patients with private medical insurance will be required to have the procedure pre-authorised by their insurers and if an excess applies this should also be paid directly to the hospital.

Self-pay is when you pay for your own private healthcare without using medical insurance. So, you just pay for what you need, as and when you need it. It’s a pay-as-you-go approach to private healthcare. At Circle Health Group hopsitals such as Ross Hall, you can pay for yourself (also known as self-pay or self-funding) for any treatment, at any of our hospitals. You can either pay in full or use one of their flexible payment plans to spread the cost across smaller monthly instalments.

They have produced a step-by-step guide will tell you everything you need to know about accessing private healthcare on a pay-as-you-go basis. If you’ve already decided to pay for your own treatment and are looking to find out exactly how the process works at Circle, use our handy self-pay step-by-step guide.

The fixed price for individual procedures covers the cost of the procedure, the anaesthetic fee (if relevant) and the the cost of one follow-up consultation. The fee for the initial consultation is not included in these fixed priced packages and will be charged separately.