Prices and Payment

Patients with insurance with the major healthcare insurance companies (BUPA, AXA-PPP, Aviva, PruHealth, WPA, Cigna & most others) are covered to undergo surgery at the Centre.

For patients without healthcare insurance, consultation costs can be confirmed at the time of booking. The Scottish Hernia Centre offers very attractive all-inclusive fixed price packages for those who do not have medical insurance.

The BMI Ross Hall medical credit card, lets you spread the cost in affordable monthly instalments. To help with the cost of your treatment we’ll even give you six months interest free credit and the BMI Card also offers patients the opportunity to benefit from 0% finance. Further information on the BMI Card can be obtained here. You can also call this number to find out more 0800 404 6783.

We are also happy to try and answer individual queries via our e-mail contact address

Our schedule of fees is listed below. This is a list of our most commonly performed procedures. Please contact us for a quote on any procedure not listed here. The prices listed here are subject to change and you should be confirm the current price for both consultation and any procedure with the business office at Ross Hall before considering surgery.

The fixed price for individual procedures covers the cost of the procedure, the anaesthetic fee (if relevant) and the the cost of one follow-up consultation. The fee for the initial consultation is not included in these fixed priced packages and will be charged separately.

Patient case records on shelf in a hospital

Payment for fixed price packages is made directly to Ross Hall hospital. The initial consultation fee is separate to the surgical fee and will be collected by your surgeon. The prices shown here however subject to change so it is important to check the current price either with your surgeon or with the hospital before you confirm you wish to proceed with an operation.

You may be required in most cases to attend a pre-operative health assessment to confirm your suitability for surgery and these costs are included.

A date for a post operative consultation with your surgeon will be made before discharge from hospital and the cost of this visit is included in the procedure price for surgery. All inpatient costs for accommodation and meals are included in the surgical price. Patients with private medical insurance will be required to have the procedure pre-authorised by their insurers and if an excess applies this should also be paid directly to the hospital.