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Harley Street Clinic at UCH Facility

HCA UK at University College Hospital

Harley Street Clinic at UCH Facility

Specialist care from leading experts

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020 3447 1700

15th Floor University College Hospital

235 Euston Road

London NW1 2BU

Coming to hospital

Being diagnosed with cancer is a difficult time for you and your family, which is why we’ll do all we can to make your time with us as simple as possible.  From your first appointment to treatment and follow-up care, our friendly team will help guide you through your journey.

Supportive care

We understand that the treatment we provide can be challenging for you and your family. While it is important to treat your medical condition, it is equally important to support you through all aspects of your care.

Day care

At HCA UK at UCH we have a dedicated day care facility. This state-of-the-art centre provides systemic anti-cancer therapies such as chemotherapy and immunotherapy, blood transfusions and other treatments which require you to come to the hospital for the day.

Inpatient care

During your treatment you may need to stay in hospital overnight or for several days, this is known as inpatient care. Inpatient stays may be a planned admission as part of your treatment plan, or an unplanned admission if you feel unwell as a result of your illness or treatment. At HCA UK at UCH we have dedicated inpatient facilities where our team of specialist doctors and nurses will care for you.

Outpatients

During your diagnosis, treatment and follow up care you will need to visit the hospital, this may be to see your doctor and have any necessary tests. If you're visiting us for a consultation, test or scan, you'll be asked to come to our outpatient centre.

Private medical insurance, sponsorship or self-pay

There are different ways to access our services and treatment. You may have private medical insurance, or choose to self-pay for your care.


If you are an international patient you may have a medical insurance policy that covers treatment in the UK, or you may be sponsored by your home embassy, or health office. Our team can advise you on how to access our services, and answer any questions you may have.


We will liaise between you, your family, the hospital’s clinicians and support staff and where applicable the sponsoring embassy, military or medical attaché.

International patient in reception

International patients

At HCA Healthcare UK at University College Hospital we welcome patients and their families from around the world,  and are very proud of our diverse patient group. We invest in cultural awareness training for all members of our team, and our dedicated international patient liaison team supports all of our visiting patients throughout their treatment.


We have a team of interpreters available to accompany you to all hospital appointments, consultations and inpatient visits from the doctor. We also have an experienced team of counsellors and psychotherapists, who are available to provide emotional and psychological support.

All the information and support you need

We fully appreciate this can be a difficult time for you and your family. Our team of clinical nurse specialists, allied health professionals and other support staff are on hand to make sure you have all the information and support you need.

Contact HCA UK at UCH

Any questions about our service? Get in touch and we'll be happy to help.

020 3447 1700
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