Robotic and medical technology at HCA UK

At HCA UK we believe that you and your family should have access to the latest proven diagnostic, medical and surgical technology. That's why we've invested over £500m in our facilities to make sure that our hospitals and specialist centres are among the best-equipped in the world.

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HCA Healthcare UK are investing in your care


Robotic excellence at HCA UK

Versius Surgical System | Robotic healthcare technology | HCA UK

The Versius Surgical System is an innovative hybrid between robotic and laparoscopic surgery, providing surgeons with the latest technology for the best possible patient outcomes.

For more information or to make an appointment, please call:

020 3993 2119

Private Robot Surgery | da Vinci surgery

Minimally invasive surgical solutions in London and Manchester, to help patients get better, faster

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Orthopaedic Mako surgery | HCA UK

Leading technology for orthopaedic surgery, that improves patient outcomes in hip and knee joint replacement surgery

Cancer treatment

CAR T-Cell therapy

CAR T-cell therapy

A revolutionary treatment that uses the patient's own immune system to target certain types of cancer


Gamma Knife technology

A non-invasive radiation treatment for brain conditions

PET-CT technology | HCA UK

A highly sophisticated hybrid, low dose full body scanner

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A precise and non-invasive alternative to open surgery

Latest technologies

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CaRi-Heart® Technology

HCA Healthcare UK offers revolutionary new technology to assess the risk of a serious heart condition or heart attack – many years before anything happens.

  • ✔ Ideal for those with pre-existing heart conditions or family history of heart disease

  • ✔ Non-invasive technology which must be carried out as part of a regular CT coronary angiogram

  • ✔ Result within 3 working days

  • ✔ Cost for CaRi-Heart® analysis £495

CaRi-Heart® can be accessed at The Harley Street Clinic, London Bridge Hospital, The Wellington Hospital and The Lister Hospital. 

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State-of-the-art intraoperative MRI for neurosurgery | HCA UK

The state-of-the-art iMRI scanner allows neurosurgeons to carry out an intraoperative MRI scan of their patient’s brain during their surgery.


A major advance in linear accelerator radiotherapy