Contact us

Tele: 0207 935 8366

E:admin@hdapatientcaretrust.com

Address

HDA Patient Care Trust

1 Forge End

Amersham HP7 0JP

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The Honorary Doctors’ Association, trading as the HDA Patient Care Trust, is a company limited by guarantee.
Registered in England and Wales under number 6214127. Registered charity number 1124465

HDA Patient Care Trust.

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The HDA Patient Care Trust is here to help you.

 

If you have concerns or worries about a medical diagnosis or treatment, then we can probably help

 

Becoming ill is unfortunate enough, but should the situation arise where you have doubts over your diagnosis or treatment pathway, whether privately funded or through the NHS, and you have explored every avenue, we at the Patient Care Trust could offer you the opportunity to get another informed and independent opinion on your healthcare. They are, however, only opinions as to possible diagnosis. We do not treat but will, when possible, give advice.

 

"Patient wellbeing and the right to access appropriate medical expertise is at the heart of everything we do" Chairman, Patient Care Trust

 

Health problems arise and affect us all at many stages of our lives, from childhood to old age. Becoming ill is unfortunate enough, but should the situation arise where you have doubts about a diagnosis or treatment, whether privately funded or through the NHS, and you feel you have already explored every avenue, we at Patient Care Trust could offer you the opportunity to get another informed, independent and unbiased opinion on your healthcare.

 

Here in the UK, we fully support the NHS, and we’re in regular communication with NHS doctors and consultants. However, the NHS is facing extreme pressures and there are times when it can fail to meet the needs of a few, whilst delivering on the needs of the many.

 

This is why Patient Care Trust exists – to try to give you peace of mind and without you having to worry about your ability to pay for the medical advice we provide.*

 

Call us on 020 7935 8366 and speak to a member of staff today.

 

Please note: since the Daily Mail's article on 11th June 2013, we have helped 1040 patients.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Certain limits apply within the means at our disposal as a registered charity. Full terms & conditions are available on request. At a patients request we may in exceptonal circumstances organise a private consultaton which would incur a charge by the specailist.