St Mary's NHS Treatment Centre
  • St Mary's NHS Treatment Centre
  • St Mary's NHS Treatment Centre

Welcome to St Mary’s NHS Treatment Centre

We’re here to provide high quality outpatient and diagnostic procedures to NHS patients in Portsmouth and the surrounding areas. Whether you are seeing us for a scan or a more complex treatment, you’ll receive the best possible care – helping you to feel better, faster.

We offer treatments within four clinical areas:

St Mary’s NHS Treatment Centre is run by Care UK, an independent provider of health and social care services. Care UK also runs Havant NHS Diagnostic Centre which provides a range of diagnostic services. Both St Mary's and the wider Care UK group have an impressive track record in providing high quality care.

 

 

Our news

Portsmouth woman thanks NHS teams for their life-saving diagnosis

Portsmouth woman thanks NHS teams for their life-saving diagnosis

June 23 2015

A Waterlooville woman is thanking the city’s NHS teams after a suspected back strain was correctly diagnosed as a life threatening condition.

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Queen Alexandra Hospital 'really busy' - so please choose carefully

Queen Alexandra Hospital 'really busy' - so please choose carefully

June 16 2015

Patients were today urged to help ease pressure on Portsmouth’s acute hospital by considering the best option for their health needs.

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If you slip, trip or fall this bank holiday hop along to your local walk-in centre

If you slip, trip or fall this bank holiday hop along to your local walk-in centre

May 21 2015

Portsmouth residents are being reminded that they can help to take the strain off Accident and Emergency (A&E) services in the city and avoid potentially long queues for treatment by using the city’s walk-in centre based at St Mary’s NHS Treatment Centre.

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Health news

How the independent sector is already supporting the NHS to deliver seven-days-a-week care

How the independent sector is already supporting the NHS to deliver seven-days-a-week care

July 27 2015

Shortly after the general election, Prime Minister David Cameron set out plans for a seven-day NHS, with people able to see their GP and have tests in hospitals at weekends.

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