London Bridge Hospital
London Bridge Hospital, next to the River Thames and overlooking the City, is one of the capital's largest independent hospitals with around 148 beds. It is known internationally for its cardiac services, cancer care, renal medicine, neurology, orthopaedics and other areas of acute medicine. It is also home to the London Lupus Centre. London Bridge Hospital offers outstanding clinical expertise across a wide spectrum of medical specialities, with multidisciplinary teams collaborating to deliver comprehensive diagnosis and treatment.
A continuing programme of expansion and investment in state-of-the-art facilities underpins London Bridge Hospital’s commitment to provide the best quality of care available today.
All inpatients are accommodated in single occupancy rooms, to reduce the risk of infection and consequently the hospital’s infection rates are extremely low.
In addition to the main hospital campus at London Bridge, there are five outpatient diagnostic treatment centres in the City (City of London Medical Centre, 31 Old Broad Street and 120 Old Broad Street), Docklands Healthcare in Canary Wharf and Sevenoaks Medical Centre in Kent. These centres offer patients rapid access to appointments and diagnosis at convenient locations and times with the expert back up of London Bridge Hospital Consultants.