BMI The Manor Hospital

28th April 2016
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BMI The Manor Hospital is a private hospital in Biddenham, a village near Bedford. It has 23 registered beds. The hospital was opened in 1983 and, following three ownerships, is now part of BMI Healthcare.

The original manor house is a grade two listed building; the additional ward and theatre extensions and the administration building were added in1982. There have been several changes to use of the facilities within the buildings to meet the ever evolving needs of the patient pathway. BMI The Manor Hospital also owns the neighbouring house which is used as accommodation for the Resident Medical Officer (RMO). The hospital is registered for 23 beds, for adults only, all with private en-suite facilities, Wi-Fi, TV and telephone.

The hospital undertakes a range of surgical procedures, to patients aged sixteen years and over. They also provide outpatient consultations.

The hospital has one main theatre with laminar flow plus an endoscopy room and minor operations theatre in the outpatient department. The ground floor of the main building consists of theatre, ward, endoscopy, pre-assessment, imaging and pharmacy departments. Upstairs in the main house is the outpatient department with five consulting rooms and a waiting area. The ‘Barns’ part of the site, houses the physiotherapy department and health screening. Administration staff are housed in a separate building. The hospital is managed by BMI Healthcare and is part of a network of 61 hospitals and treatment centres across England, Scotland and Wales.

The hospital provides NHS funded care, mostly through the NHS referral system.

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