The history of Goring Hall
Mr Nirav Shah has been operating at Goring Hall Hospital for last nine years. Located in Goring-by-Sea, West Sussex, Goring Hall Hospital is located halfway between Chichester and Brighton and easily accessible from the A24 and A27.
The hospital was originally built by the Lyon family (relatives of the Queen Mother) in 1840, when it was known simply as Goring Hall.
In 1937, Goring Hall was reinvented as a full-time private boarding school, before being sold again and transformed into a private hospital. HRH Princess Margaret officially opened the doors to Goring Hall Hospital on 26 October 1994.
Why choose Goring Hall Hospital?
Mr Nirav Shah is a specialist consultant who works from Goring Hall Hospital for BMI Healthcare, providing a range of treatments from routine investigations to complex surgery. He is supported by a caring team of professionals, including a dedicated nursing team and resident medical officer, who is on duty 24 hours a day.
Today, the hospital remains a grade II listed building and boasts picturesque views (including the sea). Inside, the building has been transformed into a state-of-the-art facility that’s equipped to the highest standard.
The hospital’s facilities include 14 consulting rooms, three main theatres, an endoscopy theatre and an outpatient treatment room. Imaging services include digital X-ray, MRI, CT and ultrasound scans.
All beds have their own private room, with en-suite facilities, satellite TV and a telephone. Room service is provided by our in-house chefs with daily specials. The catering team can accommodate any dietary requirements.
Paying for your treatment
There are several ways to pay for your treatment at Goring Hall Hospital.
- You can pay for your treatment yourself on a private basis.
- If you have medical insurance, your treatment may be covered by your policy (you’ll need to check with your insurer).
- BMI Healthcare offer a 12 month interest-free credit card, with a £20,000 credit limit (subject to status). After 12 months, you can settle the outstanding balance in full or continue with interest-bearing monthly repayments.
NHS treatment is also available at Goring Hall Hospital for certain conditions through the NHS e-Referral Service. You can ask your GP specifically for a referral to Mr Shah for NHS treatment at Goring Hall Hospital.
To arrange a private consultation at Goring Hall Hospital with Mr Shah, call us on 01903 707373 or get in touch through our online contact form.
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