Enquiries: 01737 212346

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Spire Gatwick Park Hospital, Povey Cross Road, Horley, Surrey, RH6 0BB

Travelling From Abroad

Mr Swinn operates on people from all over Europe, the Middle East and the Far East.  The close proximity to Gatwick Airport makes the Vasectomy Clinic at Spire Gatwick Park  ideally placed for patients flying in from abroad. The hospital is just a 5 minute taxi ride from either of Gatwick Airport's two terminals.

Consultation prior to procedure

Patients from abroad usually do not have a face-to-face consultation prior to the operation for practical reasons. However, Mr Swinn offers a free telephone consultation to all patients beforehand.

To arrange a telephone consultation with Mr Swinn please call his secretary, Lesley, on (01737) 212346.

Flying in for the procedure

Most patients fly in to the UK the day/evening before the procedure and stay locally in one of the numerous hotels close to the hospital. There is an abundance of hotels in the areas and two are within a few minutes walk from the hospital.

Holiday Inn Gatwick Airport

Povey Cross Road

Horley

Surrey RH6 OBA

Tel: 0871 4234876 

Website: www.holidayinn.com


Travelodge Hotel Gatwick Airport Central

Povey Cross Road

Horley 

Surrey RH6 OBA  (Formerly Mercure London Gatwick Airport Hotel)

Tel:  0871 9846506

Website : www.travelodge.co.uk/Gatwick-Central


Partners are very welcome to come with you on the day of your procedure and sit with you whilst you are in your room. However, the hospital has no facilities for partners/relatives to stay overnight. However, there are several hotels within 5 minutes walk of the hospital.

Flying home after the procedure

Mr Swinn is happy for patients to fly home the day after the procedure as long as the flight is short haul and that patients are medically fit and well. Mr Swinn advises that patients who need to take a long haul flight should spend a few days recovering in the UK before flying home.

Flying close to the date of surgery can be associated with a slight increased risk of complications such as haematoma and deep vein thrombosis.

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