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UCLH Private Healthcare

Areas of specialty: Paediatric Haematology, Paediatric Oncology.

University College Hospital is a highly specialist centre for treatments including haematopoeitic stem cell transplantation, CAR-T cell therapy, radiotherapy and, most recently, proton beam therapy which is delivered in the new multimillion-pound specialist Grafton Way Building, built in 2022. As a general acute NHS hospital, international patients benefit from the hospital’s specialist infrastructure and back-up emergency support if needed, including 24-hour on-site intensive care and high dependency facilities.

University College Hospital’s international patient service caters for haemato-oncology patients aged 13 – 18 who have been diagnosed with blood cancers. The highly specialist team, including consultants, clinical nurse specialists, therapeutic radiographers and therapists, also care for patients undergoing cellular therapies (alloHSCT and gene therapy) for primary immunodeficiencies and red cell disorders including sickle cell anaemia and thalassaemia. In addition, we treat solid tumours (primarily bone and soft tissue sarcomas) in paediatric patients up to age 18.

The specialist haematology wards have private rooms complete with all the equipment a teenager needs to make their stay in hospital as comfortable as possible, and a parent or carer is able to stay in the private rooms overnight with their child, when required.

The hospital is located on Euston Road, right in the heart of London, with easy access to all major London airports and with rail, bus, and underground network stations all nearby.

1000+ beds across
hospital buildings

UK’s largest teenage cancer unit and largest photon radiotherapy provider
for children and adolescents

Over 1m patients
seen per year

25+ bone marrow transplants
performed annually

National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery

Areas of specialty: Neurology, Neurosurgery.

The hospital provides comprehensive services for the diagnosis, treatment and care of all conditions that affect the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nervous system and muscles. State-of-the-art facilities include six operating theatres, an interventional MRI suite, a Gamma Knife, a specialist neuroscience critical care unit and a range of specialist diagnostics services. The hospital also has a dedicated inpatient ward for international and private patients, which was newly refurbished in 2022.

The NHNN is closely integrated with University College London, whose neuroscience research is ranked first in Europe and second in the world, The hospital houses the Wolfson Experimental Neurology Clinical Research Centre, which is aimed at developing the understanding and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, and together with University College Hospital’s Institute of Neurology, they drive translational research into clinical practice across a range of neurological conditions.

300 Neuroscience
research studies

96% positive patient feedback
for inpatient services