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London Private Hospital, The Harley Street Clinic

Rehabilitation and Prevention

At The Harley Street Clinic we provide our patients with a continuity of Cardiac care from pre-assessment, throughout to post-discharge.

Cardiac Rehabilitation Program is aimed at patients who are recovering from a heart attack, heart valve surgery, Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI), post coronary angioplasty/stents, or post coronary bypass grafts surgery. The aim of Cardiac Rehab is to improve the health and well-being of individuals. Cardiac Rehabilitation focuses on education, lifestyle modification, exercise and relaxation.

Cardiac Rehabilitation Phases

The Harley Street Clinic provides Phase 1 and Phase 2 Cardiac Rehabilitation.

Our Cardiac Rehabilitation Team includes a Cardiac Consultant, two Cardiac Rehabilitation Sisters, Physiotherapists, Dieticians and Pharmacist.

Following the patient’s discharge we would review progress and follow up by telephone after 1 week and 6 weeks. Additional advice and support are given as required. Further 1:1 rehabilitation (Phase 3 and Phase 4) is available through the CP+R Service but this may not be covered by medical insurance.

For further information please contact CP+R Service on 020 7053 6104 or via e-mail at



The Harley Street Clinic has set up close links with a Cardiac Rehabilitation and Prevention service – CP+R – which is based at 110 Harley Street, a short walk away from the Clinic. CP+R offers a personalised approach to rehabilitation following cardiac treatment offering a detailed programme that achieves the most effective individual results.

CP+R engages with the patient’s cardiologist from the very beginning of their programme, providing regular updates on progress and achievements. If the patient does not have a cardiologist, a senior Harley Street doctor will be available to offer advice and also to report on the programme results to their GP.

All of the programmes adhere to the guidelines specified by the British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation with the focus first and foremost on ensuring patient safety at all times.

Further information can be found at