Newcastle Freeman Hospital

Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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9.2
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90% PatientScore?
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4.4 on Google
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Newcastle Freeman Hospital
Newcastle Freeman Hospital
Newcastle Freeman Hospital

About the hospital

Newcastle Freeman Hospital is a leading multidisciplinary medical center in the UK. The clinic was founded in 1977, and since then, it has become one of the leading scientific centers in the country in the development and testing of the latest treatment methods.

Doctors work closely with Newcastle University and Northumbria University to train new medical staff and share knowledge with the academic team. As a result, the medical attendants have often been awarded for outstanding achievements and discoveries, including international awards for the Queen's birthday and the 2020 "Golden Telescope" from the British association of urological surgeons. In addition, Myeloma UK CSEP accreditation demonstrates the gold benchmark of myeloma supervision.

The hospital became the only one in the government that offers complex cardiothoracic surgery to patients of any age in a unique narrow-profile center. Cardiac surgeons were the first in Great Britain to use transcatheter strengthening of the ventricles. The technique is a minimally invasive procedure that stitches together scar tissue after a heart attack. As a result, patients have reduced the likelihood of heart failure in the future. In addition, cardiologists are the only ones on the planet with a revolutionary 3D scan that can diagnose coronary heart conditions in just 20 minutes using an HeartFlow Analysis. In addition, doctors under one roof offer adult heart, lung, liver, kidney, and pancreas transplants with the highest national success rate. An interesting fact is that the pediatricians of the Newcastle Freeman Clinic were the first to perform a heart transplant on a child and are also pioneers in Europe in lung transplantation. The liver transplant service in Newcastle has performed over 1,000 successful liver transplants. Advances in surgical treatment have also been achieved through using multiple robotics, including DaVinci and remote telerobotic surgery from Intuitive. Conducting an operation from anywhere in the world is unique for global medicine. Also, the oncology direction is of advanced importance for the country, mainly represented by the planning of cure according to the "Brainlab Elements" system in the case of numerous metastases in the brain. Radiation therapy also includes one of the very first TomoTherapy® machines.

Freeman Medical Center in Newcastle offers gastroenterology, urology, pediatrics, cardiology, pulmonology, somnology, transplantology, orthopedics, and traumatology treatment. Doctors provide unique services in treatment, as well as additional auxiliary methods in the form of rehabilitation, support for people with disabilities, and preventive examinations.

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Should I choose a medical center for urological treatment?

The clinic is one of the best in the country for urological treatment and has talented surgeons on staff. Much attention is paid to high-precision, minimally invasive approaches, particularly robotic, laparoscopic, and laser surgery with cystoscopic techniques.

Is Newcastle Freeman Hospital suitable for cancer сure?

The oncology department is at the forefront of cancer research, offering patients access to early trials and potential new treatments. Thanks to this, oncologists are pioneers in the highly effective treatment of brain metastases with a small percentage of damage to healthy tissues.

Does the clinic provide services in hepato-pancreato-biliary surgery?

The hospital is based at the North East hepato-pancreato-biliary (HPB) hub, Britain's busiest center. Doctors provide individual treatment to patients with benign (non-cancerous) and malignant (cancerous) diseases of the liver, biliary system, and pancreas.

About the city

Newcastle upon Tyne is a port city in England on the stakes of the River Tyne. Its population is 250,000 people, of which almost 25% are students. Full of youth events and nightlife, the city also combines significant cultural attractions and Victorian architecture.

The most popular entertainment in the city is walking along the river, during which visitors can see the world-famous Tyne and Gateshead bridges. In addition, the oldest High-Level bridge, designed by Stevenson in 1849, is the first example of a wrought iron arch bridge. Also, walking tours will allow city guests to see the remains of the 13th century "New Castle", the monument to the 2nd Earl Gray from 1838, and the Royal Theater, located in the heart of Granger Town. Newcastle's Chinatown allows tourists to enjoy delicious Asian food and visit festivals and traditional parades. Not far from the center, the 20-meter-high modern statue of the Angel of the North and the remains of Hadrian's Wall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site built in 122 AD by the Roman Empire, attract sightseers.

The city was a leader in selling wool, the main commodity in the Middle Ages. Newcastle upon Tyne eventually became a center for coal shipping and printing. The Newcastle Gazette and Newcastle Courant were the first newspapers published in the North of England in 1710. The Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 1793 gathered real intellectuals and scientists. Besides its industrial origin, the city is known for its carbon-neutral environmental awareness. The attention to health care and disease prevention has also increased. Thus, since 1977, the Newcastle Freeman Hospital has been established as the leading clinic of the city and an advanced center of modern medicine for international patients.

A successful combination of grand culture and urban sophistication, with excellent art galleries and boutique hotels and restaurants, tempts many tourists to Newcastle upon Tyne. Everyone will find entertainment to their preference and memorize their vacation in the center of English culture for a long time.

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