HCA Healthcare UK are investing in your care

At HCA UK we believe that you and your family should have access to the latest proven diagnostic and treatment 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.

Robotic excellence at HCA UK

da Vinci robot technology at HCA UK

The da Vinci® Surgical System

Minimally invasive surgery assisted by the da Vinci® robot. Return home faster, experience less pain, less trauma and more mobility. 

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MAKO robot

Mako® robot

Game changing navigation technology providing patients with more accurate placement of implants during hip and knee replacement surgery.

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Spinal robot ExcelsiusGPS


Giving patients living with chronic back pain and other spinal conditions access to the latest and most effective minimally invasive technology.

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Cancer treatment

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CAR T-cell therapy treatment

A revolutionary treatment that uses the patient's own immune system to target certain types of cancer. CAR T-cell therapy is the latest breakthrough in immunotherapy treatment and can be used to treat some blood cancers that have not responded to conventional chemotherapy.

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Truebeam technology for cancer treatment

TrueBeam™ linear accelerator

The TrueBeam™ linear accelerator provides a new level of capability for tailoring cancer radiotherapy treatments for our patients.

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Sarah Cannon Molecular Diagnostics

Sarah Cannon Molecular Diagnostics is a pioneering research laboratory using genetic profiling to help patients with cancer find the right treatment.

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Treatment for tumours

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Gamma Knife®

The Gamma Knife is a ground-breaking piece of equipment used to treat brain tumours and certain brain conditions with incredible precision.

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Visualase™ Neurosurgical Laser Ablation

Visualase™ is a pioneering brain tumour and epilepsy treatment that uses MRI-guided laser ablation.

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Cyberknife, non-surgical laser cancer treatment


CyberKnife® is a non-invasive laser treatment alternative to surgery, offering new hope to patients with inoperable or complex tumours.

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Latest technologies

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Personalised external aortic root support (PEARS)

The ground-breaking ExoVasc® Personalised External Aortic Root Support (PEARS) procedure is for patients with conditions such as Marfan syndrome, Loeys-Dietz syndrome and genetic mutations like ACTA2.

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The Harley Street Clinic are the first and only private healthcare provider in the UK to offer patients CaRi-Heart®, a revolutionary new technology that uses AI to detect underlying risks that can identify whether a patient is at risk of a heart attack.  

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Brainlab iMRI

Intraoperative MRI for neurosurgery

As part of HCA Healthcare UK’s continued investment in the latest medical technology, The Wellington Hospital’s Neurosurgery Centre is now equipped with an intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (iMRI) scanner and fully integrated digital theatre.

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Versius robot

Versius Surgical System

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.

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At HCA UK we also offer

PET-CT Scanner

Our PET-CT scanners combine the technology of computised tomography (CT) and positron emission tomography (PET) in one full body scanner.


RapidArc helps us to deliver radiotherapy faster and with greater levels of accuracy than ever before.


Used as part of IVF treatment, a special incubator with a built-in camera takes pictures of your embryo every 10 minutes over two to five days.
We have the most advanced care and technology available in all of western Europe.

John Reay, President and CEO of HCA Healthcare UK

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