Cromwell Hospital (London, UK) 

162-174 Cromwell Rd, London SW5 0TU


Tel.: +44 (0) 207 460 5700


Conveniently based in Central London, Cromwell Hospital has offered high-quality lung and heart treatment for more than 30 years.  With its renowned oncology, paediatrics and orthopaedic centres, Cromwell employs leading specialists and has established a reputation for providing complex medical services including kidney transplants and craniofacial surgery.  As early as 1998, Cromwell was the first to introduce Gamma Knife technology in London for treating malign conditions affecting the brain, head and neck - over 2,000 patients have been successfully treated with the Gamma Knife technology since then.



Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals (London, UK)

Sydney Street, London SW3 6NP


Tel.: +44 (0) 207 636 7179


Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals are some of the largest centres for the treatment of heart and lung conditions, including prenatal congenital heart disease. It was here that Professor Sir Magdi Yacoub performed Harefield’s first heart transplant in 1980, and the Hospital has carried out another 2,500 transplant operations since then.  Royal Brompton Hospital is also the leading Cardiothoracic institute in the UK, employing the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic treatment and surgical technology, including the recently opened lung laser theatre. The Hospital treats patients suffering from a whole range of lung conditions including asthma, allergy, lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.



The Great Ormond Street Hospital (London, UK)

Great Ormond St, London, WC1N 3JH


Tel.: +44 (0) 207 352 8171


Founded in 1852, The Great Ormond Street Hospital was the first institution in the UK to offer inpatient care to children only. One of the pioneers in children’s healthcare, the Hospital currently leads biomedical research specializing in paediatrics.  From cystic fibrosis to bone marrow transplant, dermatology to urology, gastroenterology to infectious diseases, every year The Great Ormond Street Hospital helps 200,000 young patients from all over the world.



The Harley Street Clinic (London, UK) 

35 Weymouth Street, London W1G 8BJ


Tel.: +44 (0) 207 636 7179


The Harley Street Clinic is one of the largest private hospitals in London which is becoming more popular with overseas patients by the day.  It possesses one of the best emergency treatment departments in the country, the largest private oncological centre in London - the first of its kind - and as of 2012, an intensive care complex.  The Harley Street Clinic is known for its unique expertise in child oncology, neurosciences and cardiology, and is in partnership with leading specialists around the country including Royal Marsden Hospital and Great Ormond Street, Kings College Hospital, Saint Barthes and Royal Free. The Harley Street Clinic was the first to introduce the innovative CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System, a technology that saved a Russian patient who had previously been considered terminally ill. 



The Portland Hospital (London, UK)

205 - 209 Great Portland Street, London W1W 5AH


Tel.: +44 (0) 207 636 7179


The Portland Hospital is one of the largest private maternity hospitals in the UK providing expertise in women’s health services, including delivery, obstetrics/maternity and postnatal care. The hospital is renowned for its complex approach to obstetrics and paediatrics and its onsite facilities include a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), a Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) and an adult High Dependency Unit (HDU).

The Portland Hospital employs leading specialists in the field of congenital anomalies, limb reconstruction, neurology, microsurgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery and urology. The Hospital also offers the first private acute Neurological Rehabilitation Unit for children and young people in the country, one of the few of its kind in the world.



The Royal Marsden (London, UK

Fulham Road, London SW3



Tel.: +44 (0) 207 352 8171



The Royal Marsden is the first and most well-known cancer centre in the world.  It was founded in 1851 by William Marsden, whose vision was to gather and classify all information about cancer possible, and since then the hospital has become one of the world’s leading institutions in oncological research and treatment.  The Royal Marsden deals with all types of diagnosis: leukaemia and neuroblastoma, brain and spine tumours, non-Hodgkin lymphomas and Wilms’ tumours, retinoblastoma and germ cell tumours and osteogenic and soft-tissue sarcomas.  Having been awarded the Queen’s Award for Technology for its work on drug development, the Royal Marsden offers the most advanced biotechnologies, including a revolutionary epigenetic approach- a drug therapy aimed at stabilizing epigenetic mechanisms.