Health Clinics And Hospitals in Guildford
Health care or healthcare is the maintenance or improvement of health via the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental impairments in human beings.
Careers in healthcare are all about helping people who are having problems with their physical health. Careers in social care are concerned with helping vulnerable people in the community and providing with them support, so that they can benefit from a much improved way of life.
Health and social care is an especially broad career sector. Loads of different career paths are available for people from all kinds of academic background. If you are interested in the wellbeing of others, then a career in health and social care could be for you. Hospitals at Guildford commitment is to quality and value, providing facilities for advanced surgical procedures together with friendly, professional care.
Guildford Bupa Centre is run in partnership with the Blackberry Clinic and is centrally located on Chertsey Street. There is very limited parking available on site, but there are other car parks nearby. The clinic have a selection of health assessments, designed to give you a picture of where your health is at currently, with guidance on how to move it in the right direction for the future.
Nuffield Health Guildford Hospital was designed and built to provide the very latest acute hospital facilities. Opened in 1999, our hospital provides the high quality of private healthcare for the residents of Guildford and the surrounding areas of Surrey and Hampshire. The hospital have a special focus on orthopaedics, oncology, urology, cosmetic surgery and paediatric care.
The Royal Surrey County Hospital is a leading general hospital and specialist centre for cancer services and treatment, based in Guildford. The RSCH serves a population of 320,000 for emergency and general hospital services and 1.3 million people for cancer services across Surrey, West Sussex and Hampshire. The hospital has an annual income of £257 million and employs around 3,500 people. Every year the RSCH sees around 280,000 outpatients, admits 61,000 patients for treatment and 70,000 patients attend our A&E department.