Welcome to LOC at London Bridge Hospital

As part of one of the largest private hospitals in the UK, London Bridge Hospital cancer unit comprises of a dedicated inpatient ward, a new LOC day-case suite and world-renowned Imaging Department, enabling us to provide a wide range of diagnostic services to help determine the best possible treatment option for each patient.


The facility includes fully-equipped consulting rooms for outpatient consultations, a patient information area and a complementary therapies room. All patients attending the unit are offered a one-to-one session with a specialist nurse prior to starting their treatment.

LOC specialists at London Bridge Hospital

At London Bridge Hospital, our experienced team of cancer experts are committed to delivering comprehensive, integrative care to our patients, all in one location.

The collaborative approach we take to cancer treatment means that our consultants and healthcare team work closely to coordinate treatments and provide multidisciplinary cancer care tailored to each individual patient.

The Macmillan Quality Environment Mark (MQEM)

We are delighted to be reaccredited by Macmillan for the MQEM with the highest possible mark and a positive report. This provides reassurance to our patients and carers that the environment is high quality and considerate for oncology patients

MQEM recognises that LOC at London Bridge Hospital provides a welcoming and comfortable environment for people with cancer. It also acknowledges that we respect our visitors’ privacy, we treat you with dignity and that our facilities will help improve your well-being.
Macmillan Quality Environment Mark

Finding LOC at London Bridge Hospital

By Rail:

Our nearest train and tube station is London Bridge Underground. Leaving the main station entrance, head towards Guy’s NHS Hospital.  Continue past the main entrance onto the next building on your left.  This is the Guy’ Cancer Centre. Private Care at Guy’s is based on the top 4 floors within HCA Village.

By Car:

From South, take the A2 or A3. At Tower Bridge Road, turn left on to Bermondsey Street. At the Tooley Street junction turn left onto London Bridge. Then left into Newcomen Street.  The Guy’s Cancer Centre is situated on the corner of Great Maze Road and Snowsfield.

From North, take the A11 or A1202 on to Aldgate High Street. After the toll zone, take a slight left on to Fenchurch Street. Turn left on to Gracechurch, north on Borough High Street. Turn right into Newcomen Street. The Guy’s Cancer Centre is situated on the corner of Great Maze Road and Snowsfield.

Accreditations

How we work with doctors

We're proud to work with leading consultants who choose to practice in our facilities and provide us with advice about clinical quality.

Contact us

Any questions about LOC at London Bridge Hospital? Our team will be happy to help.

Call us on

020 3905 4000
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