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The Harley Street Clinic

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Fast access to world-leading acute care

Appointments

020 7034 8181

Enquiries

020 7935 7700

35 Weymouth Street

London

W1G 8BJ

Our services and treatments

At The Harley Street Clinic we provide a range of complex care services for our patients, specialising in oncology, cardiology and neuroscience for adults, children and babies. We are committed to working with world-leading specialist consultants and state-of-the-art technology. This enables us to offer the most advanced treatments and services and ultimately the best possible care.

Our Harley Street Consultants

We're proud to work with expert, world-class clinicians, who also work in the UK's highly respected NHS teaching hospitals. Our consultants are at the top of their field and will look after you themselves throughout the time you're with us.

Young patient with consultant

Cardiac care for children

Paediatric heart specialists are attracted to The Harley Street Clinic from London’s leading hospitals, including Great Ormond Street, The Royal Brompton and Chelsea & Westminster Hospital.

Our multidisciplinary teams work with state-of-the-art equipment, ensuring we can deliver the highest quality care to our patients. Beyond medical treatment, our support staff will advise you about lifestyle choices that can help you maintain a healthy heart post-treatment.

What happens during a cardiac CT scan?

The Harley Street Clinic is proud to be able to offer the latest and most accurate diagnostic equipment in CT scanning. In this video, Mr Ronak Rajani explains how a CT scan works and what happens during a cardiac CT scan.
Patient with consultant

Cancer care

Our cancer centre at The Harley Street Clinic provides comprehensive care to patients, from your initial diagnosis, throughout treatment and aftercare supportive services.

We continually invest in medical technology, and  were the first centre in the UK to perform radiotherapy using the innovative Cyberknife technique, allowing surgeons to treat tumours that were previously deemed inoperable. 
Neurophysiology patient with nurse and consultant

Neurosciences at The Harley Street Clinic

We treat and care for patients experiencing a range of neurological conditions. Our renowned, multidisciplinary team of neuroscience specialists have access to cutting-edge technology including CT and MRI imaging tools.

The Harley Street Clinic is also the first private hospital in the UK to offer the ROSA® robot system and Visualase
┬« system, both offer precise, MRI-guided assistance during cranial and spinal procedures.

Groundbreaking brain tumour treatment

Mr Bhangoo and Professor Ashkan, both part of London Neurosurgery Partnership at The Harley Street Clinic, discuss how the Visualase® system can be used to treat brain tumours. Visualase® is minimally invasive and so there is reduced risk of infection to the patient as well as faster recovery times. Additionally, depending on the location of the tumour, it is often possible to perform the operation without shaving the patient's head.

 

This pioneering technique has also proved very successful as a treatment for epilepsy. The same laser-guided process is used to ablate (remove with heat energy) brain tissue mutations which cause epileptic seizures, providing epileptic patients with a far more immediate, alternative treatment option to traditional medication and surgery. 

Nurse reassuring child patient

Paediatric care at The Harley Street Clinic

The Harley Street Clinic's paediatric unit work closely with many specialist consultants from London’s leading teaching hospitals, who are responsible for a significant number of ground-breaking medical achievements in paediatric care.

As well as being equipped with the most advanced diagnostic equipment, the hospital also has Europe’s largest private paediatric intensive care unit.

Contact us

Any questions about The Harley Street Clinic? Get in touch and we'll be happy to help.

020 7034 8181
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