Podiatric Surgery

The Podiatric surgery service aims to provide a comprehensive, high quality podiatric surgical (foot and sub-ankle) and specialist diagnostic service to the population of Bedfordshire.

The podiatric surgery service is a community based service which is accessible to people, regardless of age, with a foot problem that have a referral from a health professional. Referrals are assessed by the service and are then further reviewed for their surgical suitability in clinic. The service aim is to improve the foot health of individuals with day case surgery.

The outpatient element of this service is delivered in the community. Radiological patient evaluation and any surgery is performed at the Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Where service is based

Out patient clinics are run at:

Marsh Farm Health Centre
The Moakes
Purley Centre

For patients requiring radiotherapy or surgery, this is provided at the Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Foundation trust, Lewsey Road, Luton.

Hours of operation

Outpatient clinics are held on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (new patients) Thursday and Friday from 09.00 – 17.00 (except on those days when operating sessions are booked).

Operating Sessions are carried out on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Luton and Dunstable Hospital.

How to contact service

Tel: 01582 707429

How to access service

Please ask for a referral from one of the following:

•  GP
•  Hospital Consultant
•  Podiatry service

Self-referrals to this service are not accepted.