Olivia accepts patients who wish to fund their own care and those with Medical Insurance with:
CS Healthcare
PruHealth / VitalityHealth
The Exeter

If you are insured with another company, Olivia can register with them in order for you to make use of your insurance policy.

Olivia is a Fee Assured Provider – this means she will not charge a supplement on top of the standard fees covered by your insurance provider.

If you will be paying for your care yourself (as opposed to through a Private Medical Insurance company), Olivia charges the following standard consultation fees;

New appointment (30 minutes approx) £180
Follow up appointment (20 minutes approx) £110

Some minor investigations or procedures can be carried out in the clinic or minor operations room and will incur a charge in addition to the consultation fee. Any additional charges will be explained before carrying out any such procedures.

Please note that additional fees will be charged by the hospital for all internal examinations, investigations and tests. If you require a private (non-NHS) presciption, these also incur a charge by the pharmacy as well as the cost of the medication itself.

Listed below are some approximate charges for investigations that you may require as charged by Spire Healthcare. These charges may be subject to change by Spire (prices correct on 1.3.18) and are provided to you as a rough guide. If you wish to know exact costs these can be requested from Customer Services at Spire Healthcare.

Ultrasound Scan: transabdominal only £300, transabdominal and transvaginal £375
MRI: Pelvis & Abdomen £670
CT: Abdomen and pelvis (two areas) £1154 with contrast £93
CT: Chest, abdomen and pelvis (three areas) £1487

Chest Xray £115;
Abdominal Xray £115;
Pelvic Xray £115

DEXA bone scan (for osteoporosis) – £180

All blood tests are subject to an additional phlebotomy service charge by Spire of £20

Blood tests for Secondary Amenorrhoea (periods stopping)

FSH £56
LH £55
Estradiol £58
SHBG £64
Testosterone £54
FAI – free androgen index £120
Prolactin £55
TFT – TSH £51 and FT4 £49 FT3 £50
(Thyroid antibodies £55)
17 Alpha hydroxyl progesterone £52
HbA1c £49

Blood tests for Recurrent miscarriages:
Lupus anticoagulant £122
Anticardiolpin Antibodies £57
Antiphospholipid antibodies £75
Anti Beta2 glycoprotein1 antibodies £63
Ultrasound scan as above (unless previous scan outside of pregnancy already available)
TSH £51 and FT4 £49 if symptoms of thyroid dysfunction
Chromosome Studies £447

if previous second trimester losses:
Thrombophilia screen £343
Serial transvaginal USS of cervical length £260 per scan
Serial Screening for Bacterial vaginosis (swabs) £83

Tests for Infertility:
FSH, LH, Testosterone,Estradiol, SHBG, FAI, Prolactin, TFT, DHEAS, 17 alpha hydroxyl progesterone as above
Progesterone £53
Semen analysis £73
HSG (Hysterosalpingogram – tubal patency test) £440
Laparoscopy and Dye Hydrotubation operation £2,865
Rubella antibodies £62
HIV 1&2 £62
Hepatitis B antibodies £63

Tumour markers (blood tests for cysts):

CA125 £71
LDH £36
Alpha fetoprotein £57
Beta HCG £55 – may also be done in early pregnancy
CA19.9 £59 – if suspicion of cancer in the upper abdomen
CEA £65 – if suspicion of cancer of the bowel

Other blood tests that may be needed
FBC £60
U&E £51
LFT £71
CRP £49
Ferritin £55
Serum Folate £48 and vitamin B12 £20
Vitamin D £112
HbA1c £49
Lipid Profile £58
Sickle cell screen £40

Tests for infections:
Chlamydia swab – £90 or blood test – £62
Gonorrhoea £54
High Vaginal Swab – for infections such as thrush and BV £85
Wound Swab £54
Urine infections £52
CMV £51
EBV £76
Toxoplasma IgG £62 & IgM £53
HSV Herpes Simplex £47

Other commonly performed tests or treatments in the clinic appointment (hospital fee + consultants fee where applicable)
Chaperoning for internal examination: no charge however Spire do charge for Speculum examination £13

Pregnancy Test (urine) £25
Urine test (dipstick) £27
Cervical (Pap) Smear £41 – most insurers will not cover the cost of a smear
– please be aware that there is always a small possibility that at smear will not yield a result {inadequate cells collected} and will need to be repeated
Pipelle endometrial biopsy £170 + £117
Polypectomy (removal of polyp from cervix) £164 + £107
Punch biopsy of cervix £210 + £91
Insertion of Intrauterine contraceptive device or IUS £82 + £50
Insertion of Pessary (for prolapse) £27 + £91
Insertion of Oestrogen implant £90 + £91
Fecal Calprotectin (test to exclude IBD to diagnose IBS) £68

Height and weight measurements:£26

Minor Procedures carried out in Outpatient Minor Ops room 
(hospital fee + consultants fee)

Punch biopsy of cervix £210 + £91
Excision of vulval lesion £410 + £167
Insertion of Intrauterine contraceptive device or IUS £300 + £50

Common Operations – all inclusive fee (Hospital fee + Consultant fee + Anaesthetist’s fee + one follow up appointment)

Hysteroscopy and biopsy or polypectomy +/- insertion Mirena IUS £2,030 (£1480+£350+£160+£40)
Hysteroscopic therapeutic procedures (e.g. Myosure) £2,985 (£2050+£680+£215+£40)
Diagnostic Laparoscopy and minor treatment £2,905 (£2150+£500+£215+£40)
Therapeutic Laparoscopy £3,220 (£2,255+£680+£245+£40)
Ovarian cystectomy (open operation) £4,535 (£3600+£680+£215+£40)
Salpingo-oophorectomy (removal of one or both tubes and ovaries) £4,390 (£3455+£680+£215+£40)
Vaginal hysterectomy £6,115 (£4940+£835+£300+£40)
Vaginal hysterectomy and vaginal repair for prolapse £6415 (£5125+£935+£315+£40)
Vaginal repair for prolapse £3,275 (£2400+£635+£200+£40)
Total abdominal hysterectomy (with or without removal of ovaries) £6,185 (£5010+£835+£300+£40)

If you think you need a different operation, contact Lynne or Spire Customer Services for advice