Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre
  • Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre
  • Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre

Welcome to Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre

Our treatment centre is run by leading health and social care provider, Care UK, on behalf of the NHS. We only treat NHS patients and we’re focused on providing the best possible, personalised care to the people of Somerset. We believe in treating you as quickly as possible – helping you to get better, faster.

We offer a range of treatments and also provide diagnostic services, using the latest MRI, ultrasound and plain film x-ray technology.

Treatments and services​

  • General surgery
  • Orthopaedics
  • Endoscopy
  • Gastroenterology
  • Gynaecology
  • Urology
  • Diagnostic Imaging
  • Ear, Nose and Throat
  • Ophthalmology
  • Pain Management

 

   

   

Our news

 Knees are the news at Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre

Knees are the news at Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre

February 23 2017

A national measure of how independent health care providers of NHS treatments are performing has identified Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre as best in the country for knee replacements. The hospital was also placed 8th in the country for hip replacements 

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Satellite clinics bring treatment closer to patients across Somerset

Satellite clinics bring treatment closer to patients across Somerset

February 21 2017

Popular hospital Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre has established a number of weekly satellite outpatient clinics across Somerset, to help more people in the county access NHS treatment closer to home.

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Getting in shape for surgery

Getting in shape for surgery

February 7 2017

February is Heart Month, when we are all encouraged to do one small thing to improve the health of our hearts – from tweaking our diets to taking more exercise. This is not just good news for our hearts: evidence shows that when patients have taken the time to improve their overall health before having surgery, the results are better for them. Arun Alex, Physiotherapy Manager at Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre, offers some tips.

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Cataract treatment leads to tears of joy for Marjorie

Cataract treatment leads to tears of joy for Marjorie

February 2 2017

For Marjorie Wells, 63, from Wells, the impact of a cataract in her right eye was not gradual – she lost sight in the eye so quickly that it felt as though it was almost overnight.  Most patients who have cataracts notice progressive cloudiness gradually. 

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