Queen Victoria NHS Hospital
Anita Hazari works in the NHS at the world famous Queen Victoria Hospital which provides a 'hub and spoke' Plastic Surgery Regional service to the South East Coast with a population of 4.5million. She holds an NHS clinic at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital once a week.
Anita practices cosmetic and reconstructive surgery at four well-established private hospitals in Kent and Sussex : Chaucer Hospital Canterbury, Spire Tunbridge Wells, One Ashford Hospital and McIndoe Surgical Centre East Grinstead. All four hospitals have well-equipped theatre facilities, day case surgery, excellent wards with en-suite rooms, consulting rooms and a resident experienced doctor to provide support care.
BMI The Chaucer Hospital in Canterbury has 55 beds, 4 of which are located in the high dependency unit. Patient rooms offer the privacy and comfort of en-suite facilities, satellite TV and telephone. The hospital has three theatres, 11 consulting rooms, high dependency unit and an HFEA licensed Assisted Conception Unit. Specialist expertise is supported by caring and professional medical staff, with dedicated nursing teams and Resident Medical Officers on duty 24 hours a day, providing care within a friendly and comfortable environment.
Spire Tunbridge Wells Hospital offers a comprehensive range of services and facilities in a comfortable and relaxed environment to patients in Kent. It specialises in the rapid diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer and related breast problems. At the breast clinic there is access to specialist diagnostic facilities, surgeons, radiologists and breast care nurses.
The One Ashford Hospital brings state-of-the-art Private Healthcare to Ashford in Kent. It comprises of 10 consulting rooms, 3 treatment rooms, MRI and diagnostic imaging suites, 12 Ambulatory Care Beds, 20 En-suite Bedrooms, 3 Operating Theatres, Endoscopy Suite and fully equipped Physiotherapy Department.
It provides access to state-of-the-art private facilities on a site that is just a short distance from the William Harvey NHS Hospital and with easy access from the M20 Motorway junction 10.
In 1997 a small group of consultant surgeons and anaesthetists came together and purchased the old McIndoe burns unit originally established as a legacy to Sir Archibald McIndoe. The hospital, now part of Horder Healthcare, is home to over 20 plastic surgeons which makes The McIndoe Centre one of the largest specialist private plastic surgery hospital's in the world.