Fees

Personalised Private Pregnancy Care

£POA

Dr Bakalis’ fees are determined by the gestation of your pregnancy at the time you first book with him.

  • Antenatal appointments at 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 41 weeks.
  • There may be fewer appointments if this is not your first pregnancy
  • Delivery of your baby
  • Postnatal appointments
 

Scan package for Personalised Private Maternity Care

(20, 28, 32 and 36 weeks)

£POA

Caesarean section only

£POA

Individual consultations

£POA

Anomaly scan

£POA

Growth scans

£POA

Cervical assessments

£POA

 

Hospital fees

Please contact the relevant hospital for information regarding the following:

  • Hospital charges (any antenatal admissions or delivery)
  • Hospital accommodation
  • Paediatrician or other specialist fees
  • Anaesthetist fees
  • Private ambulance fees

Westminster Suite
St Thomas’ Hospital
Westminster Bridge Road
London
SE1 7EH
T: 020 7188 5197
E: [email protected]

 

Confirmation of your booking

After your initial antenatal appointment, if you choose to book under Dr Bakalis’ care, you will need to pay a deposit of 50% of the agreed fee. The deposit needs to be paid within seven days of invoice date. Outstanding balances are due by the 36th week of your pregnancy.

For private health insured patients

Dr Bakalis accepts women who have private insurance. It is recommended that you check, and obtain in writing, that your policy fully covers both our fees and the hospital fees. Please contact your insurance company in the first instance to obtain a pre-authorisation code for antenatal visits and delivery. Please advise us of this code together with your insurance company contact details and policy number.

Contact and Enquiries

For any further information or to book a private consultation with Dr Bakalis please contact his secretary Maria.

NHS commitments and Holidays

To comply with best practice, all private obstetricians arrange cross-cover to ensure that you have continuity of care. Dr Bakalis has arrangements with experienced colleagues who would offer you care in the following situations:

  • Dr Bakalis’ NHS & hospital emergency commitments
  • The unlikely event that two of Dr Bakalis’ women are giving birth simultaneously
  • Medical emergencies
  • Sickness or contagious illness
  • Bereavement or compassionate leave
  • Unplanned or last-minute family commitments
  • Dr Bakalis’ holidays

When you book, Dr Bakalis will advise you if he is likely to be away around your due date. If that is the case, it is completely understandable if you then opt to book under a different obstetrician for your care. However, you may decide to continue your antenatal care with Dr Bakalis, aware that your delivery would be attended by a cross-covering consultant.

Please note, in the unlikely event that Dr Bakalis is, for whatever reason, unable to attend your baby’s birth, under the terms of your obstetric care contract, all fees – whether paid or outstanding, will still apply and remain your liability.