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Let's Talk Cosmetic Surgery

2:56pm Thursday 27th January 2011

Cosmetic Open Events in a Relaxed Environment on: Wednesday 23rd March from 12 noon Come and listen to our leading Cosmetic Surgeons discussing a range of procedures.

MRI Scanning Services Available With NO Waiting List.

6:11pm Monday 7th February 2011

An established MRI scanning service available here at Nuffield Health Bournemouth No lengthy waiting list. Insured and self pay prices available Able to offer scanning of; Hips, knees, ankles and shoulders Brain and spine Abdomen and Pelvis Oncology For more information or to book please contact Customer Services Team 01202 702830 or email

Watch Out, New Events Coming Soon!!!!!

3:20pm Thursday 27th January 2011

We will be holding an Open Morning in March 2011, for Orthopaedic Problems. from Foot problems to Shoulder,Hands, Hips, Knee.

Rapid Access to Treatment. Don't just go Private go Personal

2:43pm Thursday 9th December 2010

.Cataract .Carpal Tunnel .Hernia .Urology .Varicose Veins .Womens Health .Mens Health.

Considering breast augmentation or cosmetic surgery?

3:03pm Monday 11th October 2010

We offer procedures with an experienced Plastic surgeon and a 24 hour support network, All from £3,900…0% Finance available.

Children’s surgery standards raised

11:28am Wednesday 29th September 2010

Last year the standards for children’s surgery were reviewed and raised in the UK. Not many private hospitals are able to offer paediatric surgery because of the high standards required, so I have been asked to give a guide as to what you as a parent should ask and might expect from the best.

Dorset Society: Nuffield Hospital

Launch of the Dorset Business Awards 2010

Cosmetic consultant Ian Whitworth talks about his work


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