International patients who wish to be referred to The Harley Street Clinic should contact their local HCA office.
HCA will then arrange the entire overseas referral process, from pre-arrival through to follow-up care. Just call or email your local HCA office at:
HCA International Hospitals
110 Harley Street
London W1G 7JG
T: +44 20 7759 3820
F: +44 20 7759 3825
4 El-Edrisy Street, Mina Tower Building, Roxy, Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt
T: + 202 418 9614
F :+ 202 417 1629
E : email@example.com
General Insurance Brokers (GIB)
T: 0044 (0)207 792 0123 (option 3)
F: 0044 (0) 207 727 6777
Smart Specialist International Ltd
Tel: 0044 (0) 207 183 5515
Fax: 0044 (0) 208 196 2266
Arrange a medical report
Submit the medical report via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Medical Report should give full details of your present condition, relevant medical history, provisional diagnosis and the treatment or investigations expected. It should not be more than 3 months old.
Emergency admission to any of our hospitals can be arranged by contacting HCA Connect on: +44(0)20 7079 4344
Review of your medical report
Once the International Patient Centre has received your medical report, the information is forwarded to the appropriate specialist. The doctor will review your case and schedule an appointment.
Estimate of costs
The International Patient Centre will provide you with estimates of your treatment costs and the amount of time you will need to stay in the UK to complete your treatment and follow up.
We send you an appointment date
We send you the final cost
Once the appointment date has been arranged we will send you a letter containing the appointment details and a cost guide. It is possible that the final cost will be more than the guide price. We are only able to provide approximate costs until your doctor has seen you and ordered the investigations and decided on a course of treatment.
Confirm your appointment
Once we have booked your appointment you will need to confirm the appointment seven working days before it is scheduled. Confirmation can be made by phone or email. If you do not confirm the appointment seven days in advance it will be cancelled.
Arranging your visa
Once your appointment is confirmed and funds have been received the International Patient Centre will issue a ‘confirmation to treat letter’. This letter will help you in your visa application process.
The HCA International Patient Centre is here to assist and advise you throughout the visa application process. However, HCA has no influence on UK immigration policies. Securing an appointment and receiving an invitation for medical care does not guarantee that the visa application will be successful.
We have a lot of experience treating international patients, so we know how to make your medical travel experience as comfortable and convenient as possible. Your health is our top priority, so we’ve made the payment process simple and straight-forward, so you can focus on getting well.
HCA International works with health insurance companies from all over the world. Contact your insurer locally for information about how to access an HCA Hospital under your policy.
If you cannot find your insurance company listed, please contact the International Patient Centre for assistance.
Government sponsored patients
If your government is sponsoring your treatment, please contact us so we can arrange to treat you in one of our world-class facilities. HCA International accepts ‘letters of guarantee’ from many different countries.
Company sponsored patients
HCA works with many different companies who fund treatment abroad for employees and their families. If your company is funding your treatment, please contact the International Patient Centre for more information.