HMT St Hughs can help you set realistic expectations ahead of a cosmetic surgery procedure.
Our musculoskeletal (MSK) ultrasound clinic can diagnose various soft tissue conditions.
Our ophthalmology department can diagnose symptoms affecting eye and your vision. View our procedures.
View the many general surgery procedures available at our not for profit hospital.
HMT ST Hugh’s Hospital Services
At HMT St Hugh’s Hospital, we work with the UK’s leading consultants to provide a full range of healthcare services including:
HMT St Hugh’s Hospital aims to set the standard for healthcare. We offer a range of medical procedures that are delivered by the UK’s leading consultants.
Choose & Book
Learn more about the Choose & Book at HMT St Hugh’s Hospital. Our not for profit hospital accepts private insured, NHS and self-paying patients.
HMT is dedicated to improving the health of the local community. Find out more about many of the events, sporting teams and research projects we support.
Saturday April 8th 2017
Tour of the Wolds (Sportive)
Starting in the picturesque town of Louth, the routes take in some of the UK’s quietest roads on the eastern side of the Lincolnshire Wolds, this is set to be a fantastic day out for all of the family.
Sunday April 9th 2017
Tour of the Wolds (Pro-Tour Men’s & Women’s race)
The Tour of the Wolds is a pro-tour of men’s and women’s race and the first of its kind in Louth, Lincolsnhire.
Sunday April 23rd 2017
Doncaster TdY-Pro Am-Charity Cycle Ride
The Doncaster TdY-Pro Am-Charity Cycle Ride is a tough 110 mile route which starts and finishes in Doncaster but takes in some of the best of South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire and Derbyshire along the way.
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Rashes are extremely common and in most cases are easily treated, but if left untreated they can become sore and infected, especially if the condition is exacerbated. Identifying the type of rash and its cause can help speed up the recovery. Read our guide to the most common rashes and learn about the possible causes.
It is no surprise that good oral health is vitally important and if cared for, your mouth and teeth can be fault free for the entirety of your life. However, if mistreated and not cared for properly, you are susceptible to a number of conditions such as tooth decay, oral cancer and dental abscesses.
A stroke is a life-threatening medical emergency that requires immediate attention, it is the result of a lack of blood to the brain due to clotting and can be fatal. Spotting the signs early and getting treatment immediately can reduce the severity of the effects, look out for the FAST symptoms and call 999 if you think someone is having a stroke.
Sepsis is a rare but very serious complication of an infection which is dubbed the ‘silent killer’, it is caused by the way the body responds to germs, such as bacteria getting into your body. It is vitally important that as soon as you see signs of sepsis you call 999 and get treatment immediately to reduce the damage sepsis can cause.