Spire St Anthony's, where I perform many of my operations, offers level 3 critical care (intensive care), allowing the hospital to specialise in complex procedures which are simply not available from other providers.
The dedicated critical care unit at Spire St Anthony's allows us to perform advanced complex surgery, giving you peace of mind that you will receive round the clock care after surgery.
Level 3 critical care is provided in an eight-bed intensive care unit where the most seriously ill patients are nursed on a 1:1 ratio. There is a resident anaesthetist and the service is under the overall clinical direction of a team of consultant intensivists who provide 24 hour on-call cover for patients.
What does Critical Care Level 3 mean?
Critical care is classified into three levels defined by varying amounts of medical expertise and organ monitoring and support (normal ward care is designated Level 0).
Level 3 (previously referred to as intensive care) is the highest level providing
care for patients in need of advanced respiratory monitoring and support,
monitoring and support of two or more organ systems, or patients with
chronic impairment of one or more organ systems who require support for
an acute reversible failure of another organ system.
St Anthony's eight-bed intensive care unit gives one-to-one care and support.
Dae Kim MBChB, BDS, MSc, FRCS (ORL-HNS), PhD
Consultant ENT & Specialist Thyroid Surgeon
Private Patients: 07950 440 575
We try to be as informative and transparent with our Fee structure*.
When booking an appointment, there will be an Initial consultation charge.
Any subsequent consultations will be charged as a Follow-up*.
In addition to your consultation, there may be the need for additional procedures
such as scopes, nasal cautery, hearing test etc. I have included a list of the main
procedures and their associated cost in the link below*.
The Hospital may also make additional charges for X-¬rays, scans and use of specialist equipment (including endoscopy and microscope) at the time of the appointment. Please ask the hospital for a copy of their fee schedule, so that you are aware of any additional charges.
*You may view and print a copy of my Fees here. Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us at the email above.