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Date: 5 April 2020

Time: 11:30

Nurse holding patients hand

Information for past patients of Ian Paterson

Story posted/last updated: 26 February 2020

On 4 February 2020, the final report was published following from the Paterson Independent Inquiry chaired by the former Bishop of Norwich, Rt Rev Graham James.

Information about the Inquiry and to view the final report is available at:

If you or a member of your family were treated by Ian Paterson and are concerned about any aspect of your care, please contact our confidential Patient Services Support Line to speak with one of our specialist advisors:

Tel: 0121 424 0808

The Patient Services support line operates from 9:00 – 17:00 (Monday to Friday) with a message facility for out of hours queries. All messages will be responded to within one working day.

For independent support, please contact Gillian Waterhouse*: 

Tel: 07738 331911

Any patient treated by Ian Paterson at Spire Parkway Hospital who has concerns or questions should contact Spire Healthcare’s dedicated phone line and speak with one of their professional medical advisors:

Tel: 0191 497 8190

The independent review carried out by Sir Ian Kennedy in response to concerns around Ian Paterson’s practice at the former Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust was published on 19 December 2013.

You can view Sir Ian Kennedy’s Review in full in the "Downloads" section.

*Mrs Gillian Waterhouse has been providing one to one support for a number of patients and their families.


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