What we do

Private patients at Bradford Royal Infirmary have the combined advantage of receiving private healthcare from an NHS hospital with an award-winning workforce and the very latest technology.

Our Private Patient Booking Office is managed by Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (BTHFT), which boasts one of the lowest infection rates in the UK.

We are able to offer a wide range of medical and surgical treatments under the care of experienced consultants to patients who have medical insurance and those that choose to pay for their care.

Choosing to take advantage of private healthcare with BTHFT not only ensures you receive some of the best care available, it also helps the NHS, as all surpluses generated from private patients at the Trust are re-invested back into our NHS services for the benefit of all patients.


“I have been using private hospitals all my life and I can honestly say that the care and attention from the staff at Bradford is the best I’ve ever had.”

“We found the level of service and care given exceptional.”

“The attention given to the needs of my father and family was exemplary and we were regularly consulted and informed.”

“The ward hostesses were fantastic, courteous and very helpful. Their contribution to my recovery was immense. They went above and beyond their role and this was very much appreciated.”

“Hostess service and catering off the scale – too good!”

During your stay

Private patients are located on a dedicated specialty ward within Bradford Royal Infirmary, and may gain additional peace-of-mind from that fact that specialist hospital facilities, including state-of-the-art imaging technology, specialist operating theatres and equipment, and high-dependency beds can all be found close-by.

We also have a dedicated team of ward hostesses who will help ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible, and deliver your choice of food from our extensive a la carte menu. When you are unwell eating can become a chore. We endeavour to put the pleasure back into eating for you. Please click here to see the private patients’ menu.

If you need have special dietary needs, including access to diabetic, low-fat or vegetarian cuisine, please let our staff know before or during your visit, and we will be happy to oblige.

Bradford Royal Infirmary also has a dedicated team of cleaning staff who maintain high levels of cleanliness and assist with infection control measures.


For more information please see our Restorative Dentistry service page.

Visiting times

Visiting times for private patients are generally unrestricted between 10am and 8pm. However, there may be times when shorter visiting slots are appropriate – during the post-operative period, for example.


A complimentary newspaper of your choice will be delivered to you on request.

Feedback, commendations and complaints

As part of our commitments to continuously improving patient care, we welcome any comments, compliments or complaints regarding all aspects of your admission.

We will ask you to complete a satisfaction questionnaire towards the end of your stay in hospital.


Comprehensive services – competitive fees

For those patients who don’t have private medical insurance, we can offer fixed-price packages for in-patient/day-case care at competitive rates.

Package prices usually include:

  • operating theatre costs
  • drug costs and medical consummables
  • bed charges and nursing care

What is not included:

  • initial outpatient consultation, outpatient tests/scans, follow-up outpatient consultations
  • consultant fees
  • sundries including telephone calls and visitor meals

Our dedicated team of administrative staff will be happy to discuss the wide range of treatments available, and provide you with a quotation.

All enquiries will be treated in the strictest confidence. Please telephone (01274) 364668 for further details.


A complimentary parking permit will be provided.

Services we offer

Our private patient service is able to offer an extensive range of medical care and surgical interventions from outpatient consultations, diagnostic scanning and minor day-case treatments to complex surgery.

Our administration staff will be happy to help you with regard to specific treatment. Please contact us on (01274) 364668 for more information.

The specialties available to private patients at BTHFT are:
Bariatric Surgery
Breast Screening and Surgery
Colorectal Surgery
Dental Fixed/Removable Prosthodontic Treatment
Diabetes and Endocrinology
EECP (Enhanced External Counter Pulsation)
Gastroenterology and Gastrointestinal Surgery
General Medicine
General Surgery
Nuclear Physics
Oral Surgery
Pain Management
Paediatric Surgery
Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery
Renal Medicine
Respiratory Medicine
Robotic Surgery
Vascular Surgery

Contact us: referral
In order to access private treatment, you will need a referral from your GP or your consultant. If you need any assistance with your referral, please do not hesitate to contact us on the numbers below.

Contact details

Contact us – by telephone
Business Administration Office: (01274) 364668 (office hours)
Main hospital switchboard: (01274) 542200 (24 hours)

Contact us – by fax
Private patient fax machine: (01274) 366972

Contact us – by email
General enquiries: veda.vayisoglu@bthft.nhs.uk; donna.wilson@bthft.nhs.uk

Contact us – by post
Private Patient Booking Office
Duke of York, Level 2
Bradford Royal Infirmary
Duckworth Lane

Finding us

The Private Patient Booking Office is located on the level 2 of the Duke of York Wing at Bradford Royal Infirmary.

The hospital site is located two miles away from the city centre and is well served by the road/motorway network.


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Imaging services

Diagnostic imaging

The Imaging Directorate consists of staff who acquire and interpret images using a range of imaging modalities to diagnose the cause of symptoms or signs of disease.

Approximately 250,000 radiological studies are performed each year at the Trust. The modalities available include Computer Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound (US), Fluoroscopy, Vascular Imaging, Plain Film Radiology, Nuclear Medicine and PET – CT.

Click here to visit the Imaging Directorate homepage.

Our consultant radiologists provide a wide range of diagnostic skills in general radiology. Most consultants work across a number of imaging modalities and the choice of examination is specifically selected to answer the clinical question that is posed.

It may be useful to know that each radiologist also has their special areas of interest.

Radiologists who are available for private consultations are marked with *

Speciality Consultant(s)
Head and Neck Radiology Dr Stuart Viner ( SV)*
Musculoskeletal Radiology Dr M Chandramohan (MC)*
Thoracic Radiology Dr Mark Kon (MK)*
Gastrointestinal Radiology Dr A Mohammed (AM)* Dr N Jagirdar (NJ)*
Uroradiology Dr Harry Bardgett (HB)*
Gynaecological Radiology Dr AnneMarie Wason (AMW)*,
Obstetric Radiology Dr AnneMarie Wason*
Breast Radiology Dr AnneMarie Wason*,
Vascular Radiology Dr Jonathan Barber (JMB)*
Nuclear Med/PET-CT Dr Jonathan Martin (JM)*

Specialist imaging

A number of specialist investigations not widely available elsewhere are performed at the Imaging Directorate at BRI, including:

Areas of Interest  
CT colonography (virtual colonoscopy)
CT coronary angiography/cardiac CT
Positron emitted tomography – CT (PET-CT)
Parotid and submandibular sialography
Pelvic floor imaging
Bone marrow biopsies

If you have any queries, please contact the Imaging Directorate Secretaries (01274) 384127.

Interventional radiology

A number of radiologists use imaging to assist in diagnostic biopsies or therapeutic procedures, and many perform general biopsy and drainage procedures with CT or ultrasound. Some radiologists perform specialist procedures within their areas of interest:

Areas of Interest  
CT guided biopsy and drainage
Ultrasound-guided biopsy and drainage
Thoracic intervention
HepatoBiliary intervention
Gastrointestinal stenting
Vascular intervention
Urological intervention
Joint injections, bone biopsy, arthrograms
Breast intervention
Head and neck ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration