Competitions and Markets Authority Declaration

In accordance with the requirements of the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) Private Healthcare Markets Investigation Order 2014, the details of services offered by Barts Health London Private Care are detailed below.

Barts Health London Private Care, part of Barts Health NHS Trust, does not offer any inducements to referring clinicians to refer private patients to Barts Health London Private Care and as such the details set out here are provided for clarity as indicated in the CMA Order on the Private Healthcare Market.

The following services are available to our referring clinicians to support private care

General services provided to ensure clinical safety

  • In-house training is provided as part of the NHS induction programme, including the medical induction package and in line with NHS on-going training.
  • Operational services such as patient admission and administration are provided to consultants to support both their NHS and private practice at Barts Health NHS Trust.
  • With the exception of the consultant’s element of the fees from a package priced procedure, which only applies to a small number of lower value (financially) procedures, the Trust does not currently bill on behalf of consultants and does not make any other payments to them.
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Basic workplace amenities

  • Tea and coffee is not provided to consultants.
  • Stationery is provided to enable consultants to arrange NHS and private patient admissions and treatment.
  • Meals are not subsidised or provided free of charge.
  • Onsite parking spaces are provided to consultants and staff of Barts Health NHS Trust on some sites, subject to compliance with the Barts Health NHS Trust Car Parking Policy. Consultants and staff must pay for onsite car parking.

General marketing

  • Website presence and support
  • Consultant directory

General corporate hospitality

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For further information please contact our commercial team.

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