One of the most prestigious & respected private hospitals in London
The Harley Street Clinic – Complex care for adults, children and babies.
With world-leading specialist consultants in Cancer, Cardiac, Neurosciences and Paediatrics, The Harley Street Clinic provides unparalleled private healthcare and treatment for complex conditions in adults, children and babies.
We offer quick access to diagnostics and treatment using state-of-the-art technology, such as our Gamma Knife and Cyberknife radiosurgical systems, MRI, Xray and CT services.
Our facilities are all supported by our dedicated team of caring, experienced and professional clinical staff, so you can be assured of the best care possible for you and your loved ones.
Our paediatric team gives kids their ...WHOOOSH!! back.
Our paediatric consultants at The Harley Street Clinic and The Portland Hospital are amongst the very best. So, whether they’re toddlers or teenagers, in for a routine operation or a complex procedure, your child will be in safe hands. To discuss treatment options, or even arrange an urgent appointment, call today.
First private hospital in London awarded ‘Outstanding’ CQC rating
The Harley Street Clinic, part of HCA Healthcare UK, has been rated as an outstanding hospital by national regulators the Care Quality Commission (CQC); the first private hospital in the capital to be awarded this top rating.
You and your wellbeing
One in ten women in the UK has endometriosis, yet it takes an average of seven and a half years to be diagnosed.
At The Harley Street Clinic, we have established a dedicated Endometriosis Centre, and with the use of our state-of-the-art imaging facilities, world-leading consultants, and rapid access to appointments, you can be seen, diagnosed and receive targeted treatments all in one place – allowing you to continue living your life to the fullest
Excellence in cancer care
The Harley Street Clinic has been awarded the Macmillan Quality Environment Mark for its cancer care service.
The Macmillan Quality Environment Mark (MQEM) is a detailed quality framework used for assessing whether cancer care environments meet the standards required by people affected by cancer.
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TEENAGER BEATS CANCER TWICE
When Kamal Khalifa developed a swollen knee, initially his parents were not concerned. As the 15-year-old was accident prone, they put the discomfort down to growing pains. However, an X-ray revealed a huge osteosarcoma tumour on his right knee, a rare type of cancer.
ENDOMETRIOSIS PATIENT BECOMES A MUM
When Amanda started to experience severe pelvic pain around a year ago, she decided it was time to go to her GP. After being referred to a specialist, she decided to undergo treatment privately. Just a couple of months after treatment, she fell pregnant and has just had a baby.
JOEL HAD A RARE HEART CONDITION
He went to his GP aged 10 with a cold and ear ache that wouldn’t clear, and a routine check of his chest revealed he had a major heart murmur. He was diagnosed a rare congenital heart condition called subaortic stenosis. If left untreated, it can lead to heart arrhythmias, heart failure, collapse and even death.
TOP TREATMENT FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS PATIENT
Olga first realised something wasn’t right when a year ago she started getting really painful periods and felt bloated all the time. She eventually had an MRI scan in her native Russia which showed signs of an ovarian cyst which required surgery.