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From watching live spinal surgery to a small group talk by a leading consultant, you can find out what we're doing at HCA Healthcare UK at one of our educational events for healthcare professionals.

Covering a broad range of topics, our events are created specifically for healthcare professionals — GPs, nurses and physiotherapists. Led by our internationally respected consultants, we showcase new developments and breakthroughs in healthcare.

Our events are held in a variety of locations across London, from our world-class hospitals and outpatient facilities to five-star hotels and restaurants. We could even organise a talk at your GP practice.

Our seminars are led by consultant physicians and surgeons with a vast amount of expertise in their fields. We aim for an interactive format to our events, offering you the chance to discuss the latest technologies, diagnostic procedures and treatments.

Please note: you must be actively practicing and registered to a professional body to attend any of our seminars or events. Spaces are limited and offered on a first come, first served basis.

Seminars and events

London Bridge Hospital

London Bridge Hospital’s GP Liaison Department arrange continuing educational development programmes through seminar sessions developed for GPs and physiotherapists.

The Portland Hospital

The Portland Hospital holds four large conferences a year with talks from top consultants. These are extremely popular events with attendees coming from all over the UK.

The Lister Hospital

The Lister Hospital's GP Liaison team hosts Continuing Medical Education seminars for GPs, physiotherapists and other health professionals.

The Harley Street Clinic

The Harley Street Clinic offers a number of educational events for GPs including a quarterly GP conference, seminar series and consultant-led practice talks.

The Princess Grace Hospital

Lectures and educational events are held at The Princess Grace Hospital throughout the year.
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