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Excellence and care at McIndoe Surgical Centre


by Nicola Hobbs L


Since it opened nearly 13 years ago, McIndoe Surgical Centre has evolved into a world-class hospital and centre of excellence in plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery.


ast year, over 43,000 people chose to have plastic surgery, with breast augmentation, eyelid surgery and face lifts topping the list. Thanks to the shared vision of a small group of consultant surgeons and anaesthetists, East Grinstead


is now home to one of the largest specialist, private plastic surgery hospitals in the world. The McIndoe Board aim to provide the best independent hospital facilities and the highest levels of service for all their patients. The comfortable facilities, state-of-the-art technology, specialist staff and quality of patient care make McIndoe unique.


“Board members are not making decisions from a distance. We are hands-on and know what really matters,” says Peter Arnstein, Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, and founding Board Member at McIndoe. “Each of the surgical Board Members has their own operating lists and appreciates the need to invest in good quality equipment, technology, and comfortable surroundings.”


Peter Arnstein (pictured above) is just one of over 20 plastic surgeons at McIndoe and, like all surgeons there, he is fully accredited and on the specialist register of the General Medical Council. He is also a true expert in his field. “Good quality surgery, attention to detail and patient care is paramount,” says Peter, who has featured in television programmes including Channel 4’s Ugly Face of Beauty and Sky’s Living Extreme Makeover. “I am


“I am delighted by the positive impact surgery can achieve.”


delighted by the positive impact surgery can achieve for people.”


The hospital focuses on specific types of surgery, meaning that patients can relax in the knowledge that staff are highly skilled in their areas of expertise. As well as offering cosmetic and reconstructive procedures, experts from Oral and Maxillofacial, Ear, Nose and Throat surgery, Opthalmology (eye) and Bariatric weight loss surgery have


joined the McIndoe team. “We score so highly in patient satisfaction because we are a small, dedicated team with experienced theatre and nursing staff,” says Peter. “It’s about knowing what you’re good at and sticking with it.” McIndoe understand the


importance of building professional, long-term relationships, so patients will see the same surgeon from initial consultation through to surgery and post-operative checks. The Centre welcomes patients with private medical insurance and those who are self-funding. The private rooms are furnished with en-suite facilities, TV, personal telephone and comfy chairs. As well as superior nursing care, patients are offered full room service. There are monthly open evenings for prospective patients – the next event will take place on 28 March. “Open evenings provide our patients the opportunity to receive information from our surgeons, enabling them to make informed decisions about proceeding to surgery without commitment or cost,” says Peter. “We understand the importance of providing our patients with the individual care and attention they deserve.” ■


MCINDOE SURGICAL CENTRE Holtye Road, East Grinstead West Sussex RH19 3EB Tel. 0800 9174922 / 01342 330300 info@mcindoesurgical.co.uk www.mcindoesurgical.co.uk


SUSSEX LIVING March 2012


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