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London Bridge Hospital Facility

London Lupus Centre

London Bridge Hospital Facility

Europe's first dedicated private lupus centre

Call

020 7234 2155

St Olaf House

27 Tooley Street

London SE1 2PR

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

Why choose us?

London Lupus Centre at London Bridge Hospital provides specialist care for patients with lupus and related conditions. From your very first consultation, you'll be looked after by a team of dedicated lupus specialists, led by Professor Graham Hughes. Professor Hughes is an internationally recognised expert in the management of lupus and discovered Hughes Syndrome in 1983. All of our consultants run specialist lupus units within the NHS and work closely with the experts at London Bridge Hospital. Lupus is one of the most complex diseases in medicine and can touch many different organs of the body. Every patient will have a standard protocol of tests at their first assessment, and we provide ongoing support, literature and advice. If you're in need of hospital admission or further treatment, our team is also available for inpatient care, supported by the facilities of London Bridge Hospital.

Expertise

As one of the largest private hospitals in the UK specialising in lupus treatment, London Bridge Hospital is fully equipped to offer the highest quality of care. As a patient, you will benefit from expert medical assessment with regular follow-ups, monitoring and support.

  • 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,...

  • 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...

Our consultants

Consultant

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Graham Hughes

Consultant Rheumatologist

Specialties

Rheumatology

Works at

London Bridge Hospital

Consultant

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David D'Cruz

Consultant Rheumatologist

Specialties

Rheumatology

Works at

London Bridge Hospital

Consultant

Christopher Edwards

Consultant Rheumatologist

Specialties

General medicine

Works at

London Bridge Hospital

Consultant

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Natasha Jordan

Consultant Rheumatologist

Specialties

Rheumatology

Works at

London Bridge Hospital

City of London Medical Centre

HCA UK at Docklands

HCA UK at The Shard

Sevenoaks Medical Centre

London Bridge Hospital Private Care at Guy's

Our location

St Olaf House

27 Tooley Street

London SE1 2PR

London Lupus Centre is located at London Bridge Hospital, on the first floor of St Olaf House.

Contact us

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

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