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London Bridge Hospital Facility

London Bridge Hospital

London Bridge Hospital Facility

Fast access to world-leading acute care

Appointments and Enquiries

020 7234 2009

Imaging Appointments

020 7234 2773

Switchboard

020 7407 3100

27 Tooley Street

London

SE1 2PR

Payment options available: This facility offers treatments at a fixed price

Why choose us?

With over 160 beds, 22 ICU beds and 10 operating theatres, we're one of the UK's largest independent hospitals. We specialise in acute and complex care, and use the latest technologies and healthcare innovations to give you exceptional treatment. You can feel confident you'll get the highest quality care: in 2016, we were rated as 'outstanding' by the Care Quality Commission. From your first consultation to your rehabilitation and recovery, you'll be supported by a team who take time to look after you as an individual. You can often get same or next-day appointments at one of our six outpatient and diagnostic centres. They're located in London and Kent. At our London Bridge campus, you'll find the main hospital plus the London Lupus Centre, Private Care at Guy's, Leaders in Oncology Care for outpatient cancer care and chemotherapy, and an outpatient and diagnostics centre inside The Shard.

Expertise

Our consultants, surgeons and clinical nurses diagnose and treat common and complex conditions. They focus on acute care across a range of medical specialties.

  • Intensive care medicine

    Need to know

    No matter how ill you become when you're one of our patients, you won't have to be transferred to another hospital. With level 2 and level 3 intensive care units in all our main hospitals, we can take care of you even in the most challenging situations. In fact, our patient survival rates are five times...

  • Clinical oncology

    Need to know

    Clinical oncology uses radiotherapy and systemic therapy to treat and manage cancer, without surgery. Radiotherapy treats cancer using exact and carefully measured doses of radiation directed to the specific area of the body where the cancer is. Systemic therapy includes chemotherapy, hormone therapy...

  • HPB medicine

    Need to know

    Most of our main facilities have the equipment and expertise to diagnose and treat common and complex HPB conditions. We use the most advanced technology such as FibroScan and ERCP to investigate your symptoms and give you an accurate diagnosis. If it turns out you do need treatment, we use the latest...

  • Medical oncology

    Need to know

    Medical oncology is a branch of cancer care concerned with the treatment and management of cancer using anti-cancer medication and drug therapies. From our dedicated chemotherapy suites to the latest immunotherapy and hormone treatments, we have the facilities and expertise to offer medical care for...

  • Neurology

    Need to know

    Neurology is a specialist branch of medicine, which focuses on the nervous system. This includes the diagnosis, management and non-surgical treatment for conditions that affect your brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscles. Neurological disorders can limit your body’s ability to function correctly,...

  • Renal medicine - nephrology

    Need to know

    Nephrology, also known as renal medicine, is a medical specialty dedicated to supporting patients with renal (kidney) impairment or failure. When your kidneys aren't functioning correctly, your body accumulates the waste toxins that would normally be excreted in your urine.  We have the facilities...

  • Rheumatology

    Need to know

    Got aches and pains? Or suffer from stiff shoulders, back pain or swollen knees? There are over 200 types of rheumatic and arthritic conditions affecting joints, bones, muscles and tendons. Our leading consultant rheumatologists cover everything from knee discomfort to chronic conditions such as spondylitis,...

  • Orthopaedic surgery

    Need to know

    We offer a range of orthopaedic services, from outpatient assessment to complex surgery. Our world-leading surgeons treat a range of conditions, including sports injuries, joint replacement, spinal surgery, degenerative diseases, acute fractures and congenital disorders.   We have the latest technology...

Stem cell treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS)

Find out more about MS and how we can treat it using Autologous Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation.

Helpful information

No matter if you have a one-off consultation or surgery planned, we want you to feel at home from the moment you arrive.

Contact directory

Cardiology diagnostic testing

020 7234 2265

Dietetics appointments

020 7234 2762

Sleep centre

020 7234 2345

Self pay enquiries

01745 881 625

Payment line

020 7034 4640

Hospital reception

020 7407 3100

Our location

London Bridge Hospital

Date : 9 February 2017

CQC overall rating :

Outstanding

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The independent regulator of health and social care in England 

Contact us

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

How we work with doctors

Caring for patients is always our first priority. That's why we support our consultants so they can give you the highest level of care.
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