London Bridge Hospital
London Bridge Hospital is an award-winning certified hospital. The Hospital is a pioneer in surgical techniques, provides 24/7 medical assistance, outpatient services. In collaboration with teaching hospitals and other medical centers in HCA Healthcare UK delivers the high-qualitative care for patients from around the globe. The Hospital specializes in liver and kidney transplants.
Last price update — 28.02.2015. Prices can be changed depending on the medical case and doctor's recommendations.
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More like a hotel than a hospital - kind and caring staff.
From the minute I walked through the front door the staff could not be more attentive. I feel like I’ve been treated like royalty. From the Doctors, Nurses and the Catering staff everyone is so welcoming, supportive and will do anything to help you. I can’t recommend the hospital enough!
I spend 3 days at The London Bridge Hospital due to a prolapsed disc. More like a hotel than a hospital, the nursing and professional staff are truly outstanding and the food menu and quality is excellent. The services provided after my operation were first class with a pharmacist, physio, occupational therapy all visiting me for specific advice and guidelines. It truly made my experience a much better one than I really thought it would be. Thank you all especially those on the 2nd floor :-)
From the moment we arrived Mark lee on the door was a great Ambassador to your hospital what a gentleman Then from there onwards staff where simply the best Ann my nurse and others that visited my room where awesome … The consultant and the theatre staff all great Sounds stupid but can’t wait for my next visit lol
Such a lovely hospitality.... actually, i don't feels like in hospital but more like in 5 star hotel. I had a wonderful moments when i was there. Thank you London Bridge Hospital for a great hospitality
Wonderful staff and food. So understanding and accommodating. Have stayed three for three weeks and they helped me through a very tough time. If I have to stay in hospital again I will chose this again for sure.
No doubts about the medical expertise but the possible added placebo effect stemming from all that kindness and caring atmosphere is beyond outstanding. Excellent medical care with very high standards. The heartfelt care and personal approach I was provided by the medical team and the sincere kindness by every single member of staff was humbling.
🏥I’ve had a few procedures here including arthroscopic and today’s facet joint injection under general anesthesia. Staff are helpful and the rooms are beautifully purpose-built and well equipped. Nice a la carte menu too—varied and tasty.🍽
Polite, professional clean and on time appointments, Physio dept outstanding.
The staff are wonderful and very very caring. Everyone makes you feel welcome
I am Egyptian, I live in Egypt .. I fell in love with the City of London in 1996 .. Since then, a special day, I try to go there and have not had any luck ... Every time you .. even for a few days .. and I hope to see the city of London again .. I miss it very much ..: '(it's beautiful, beautiful, wonderful, .. maybe in another life to marry them .. I will live there 🙂 ♡ ♡ Thank you so much
Can’t thank the whole team enough for the care I received after spending 5 nights in London Bridge hospital truly all worth their weight in Gold😃with all standards of a 5* hotel👌
Disgusted with this 'hospital' put in a complaint and it's been brushed under the carpet!
Amazing care and consultant can’t rate it highly enough
Don’t ever use this hospital. You’ll regret it for the rest of your lives. The reason my kids only have one grandfather and not two is thanks to this hospital. Nearly thirty years later and we are still waiting for an apology. Avoid at all costs
Dear doctors please save our most respected and gracious chiefminister of Tamilnadu #AMMA India admitted at Sollo Hospital Greams road at chennai.
All in all it wasn’t that bad. Here’s why. I was collected by a porter from reception who asked me for my name, I gave it to him, confirmed and was taken to my room. As I went in I noticed on the wall chart that the surgeons name was different from mine. I pointed it out to the administrator, I was then told that there is another person with the same name as mine but 10 years younger. What are the odds. I was moved to my room and everything looked good. Settled in and a Physi…otherapist came in to show me how to take care and exercise after the Op. Supposedly, she came across as if she had little time, was very impatient and bit bullying. Saying that she was a nice person. The nurses, theatre staff and all others were excellent.
O London Bridge Hospital é um hospital particular na margem sul do rio Tamisa, em Londres.
Great service all the way. The nurses and staff are very friendly and very service oriented. The food selection is superb and the room has a view of the Shard, very nice experience all together, I have never had a problem with this hospital and HCA clinics, always get top service. I have recommended this place and the Urologist here Mr Bultitude is a very great person and very efficient, my friend got top service here, I highly recommend it
Haven't been here but saw this from the Thames. This is a private hospital on the south bank of the River Thames. It opened in 1986. It belongs, along with several other well-known private London hospitals, to HCA International. It is located on Tooley Street, London, SE1
Polite staff, from receptionists to nurses. Some parts of the process are confusing, e.g. where to wait before an appointment and whether nurses will come look for us if we walk away.All nurses spoke clearly and respectfully to older patients, good service.
My time is fun because the place is very special
I was advised by the London Bridge Hospital to visit Dr William Alazawi for my problem with pancreatitis. Following an inconclusive and very expensive consultation with Dr Alazawi, without being advised beforehand I was asked to pay an extra £800 for unnecessary blood tests. After having paid an absurd amount of money the doctor did not successfully diagnose my condition and I was forced to consult yet another doctor.
Great staff and doctors but totally marred by the over abundance of patrons from a particular region of geopolitical instability. Any Londoner will instantly understand all the stereotypes are regrettably very applicable here. Shame that this ruins an otherwise incredible institution.
From the moment we arrived Mark lee on the door was a greatAmbassador to your hospital what a gentleman Then from there onwards staff where simply the best Ann my nurse and others that visited my room where awesome The consultant and the theatre staff all great Sounds stupid but can’t wait for my next visit lol
It's the world's best private Hospital
Gets a 3 because of the many trip hazards in the dimly lit corridors you walk/rush through. Genuine risk of injury.The atmosphere is super camp- I was into it, but however camp your expecting it to be... triple it.The second half is genuinely adrenaline-pumping.
I had a surgery in this hospital in December 1990. That surgery changed my life. I was 14 years old at the time. The nurses were great and my surgeon Professor Mundy was an angel sent by god. I owe my life to him.I visited the hospital and him this year after 29 years. Both are still there in this constant changing world.
I have been to this hospital in Feb. The doctor is very nice, but the practitioner at the blood test center is simply awful. The guy who claims to be the best doesn’t carry any sense of professionalism at all!! For a very simply blood test, he simply skipped the standard procedure for blood extraction. No sterilisation! Stabbed me on my leg and moved needle beneath my skin. Very painful!! That was the most horrible experience for blood test. When I questioned the guy, he didn’t feel any sense of guilty. Arrogantly claiming he is the best. WTF. The reality is he is the worst I have ever met. And the hospital charged me £260 for that horrible service.
This is a professional hospital which offers an exceptional serviceq
The London Bridge Hospital is a private hospital on the south bank of the River Thames in London. The hospital opened in 1986 following redevelopment of Chamberlain's Wharf. Architects Llewelyn Davies Weeks, Consulting Engineers Oscar Faber, Main Contractor Bovis Construction. It belongs along with several other well known private London hospitals, to HCA International, the largest private operator of health care facilities in the world.In 2006, it expanded its outpatients operations into the adjacent building, St Olaf House - the first art deco building in the UK.Internationally renowned for medical excellenceLondon Bridge Hospital has been delivering world class private healthcare since 1986. With over 150 ensuite patient bedrooms, we aim to make your stay as comfortable as possible, and are always happy to discuss any individual requirement that you may have.Whether you are an inpatient, a day case patient or an outpatient, you will be cared for by a team of professionals who are dedicated to ensuring you receive the best possible treatment. All clinical staff are highly qualified within their field, and undergo regular, extensive training. This ensures the highest standards of care, aiding patients with faster recovery.At London Bridge Hospital, they offer world-class clinical expertise across a wide range of specialties, with multidisciplinary teams working together to provide comprehensive diagnosis and treatment for all of their patients.
Excellent patient care. Highly recommended. All doctors are very polite and Very gentle and kind nurse staff are caring and respectful.
Nurse MacKinnon was satisfactory in birthing Prince George.
Felt that I got the best possible treatment and owe my life to the Doctor and Staff!
Very good services.
Excellent patient care. Highly recommended. All doctors and staff are caring and respectful
The doctors and nurses I’ve had at London Bridge have been phenomenal. A wonderful hospital
This hospital staff welcomed me and treated me with the utmost empathy, kindness, and support. Although my stay was relatively short but I was inspired by every single person that I came in contact with.
Very gentle and kind nurse who look after me last week.
A FANTASTIC hospital. I think it must be the best one I’ve ever been to. Had a minor procedure done, had a separate single occupancy room for the day. Very nice view, great a la Carter lunch, absolutely SUPERB nursing staff who were knowledgable and with great bedside manners. The procedure itself was expertly done!Highly recommended!
What a joke of hospital that is. Calls don't go through.. When it goes through the people can't book you in for whatever reason.. When you do manage to get booked in you and go to the hospital,the hospital interios look worse than many public hospitals. Admin employees couldn't care less. The doctors are not employed by the hospital and they are effectively their own bosses and business-people - talk about conflict of interest. This hospital survives due to an overall horrible health care system in this country and no other reason. If it was any other private company it would had gone out of business long time ago. Compare it to good private hospitals in Europe and in the US and it loses in every category.
I don’t know why but something happens to me every time I go to London Bridge Hospital. Which is why I never took up the 12 sessions of physio treatment that was approved & paid for. Yesterday, I called my insurance company, got an authorisation code for a blood test & a consultation. I called London Bridge, with my authorisation code, printed out the order form London Bridge sent me by return (with the new authorisation code on it). Went along there today, gave them the form at reception. They processed it, sent me along to the forth reception. The forth floor reception told me to go to blood department reception. They told me to turn left, then turn right and report with my authorisation form to another reception. I handed the form in there. They took down the details and asked me to go down the corridor and wait in a little alcove at a nurses station. After a wait, someone came along there & collected my order form & asked me to wait again. Twenty minutes later they gave me my form back & sent me back to the main reception, because I was not properly registered they said. I went back to the main reception and waited there for another 20 odd minutes, for them take my form away, crumble it a little, tell me the print quality was poor & hand it back to me, whilst getting me to sign three other new forms (stipulating that, in event that my insurance company had insufficient funds, or the world economy collapsed, that I would meet all my expenses). Then I was sent back to the blood department, where, if they were testing for blood pressure (which they weren’t) they would have found mine to be pretty bloody high. I have been having treatment at London Bridge Hospital, on & off, for over a year. They are only ever interested & focused on money & payment methods, rather than diagnostics & clinical outcomes. London Bridge Hospital is a dreadfully inhuman place, a Hippocrates free zone.
Ideal for patients with private health insurance. Stay away if you're self funding, unless you're as rich as Bill Gates. Incredibly expensive and constant money grabbing from this hospital.
Terrible service experienced by Prasanna Sooriakumaran! Arrogant and dismissive man!!! He had a condescending tone, made me feel belittled and should work on his soft skills, especially as he is in a client facing environment and charging above average rates!!
This is the best place for any procedure. Jenny rose, Nadia and Sarah were the best nurses and I love this facility. Great experience!!!
I had a course of physiotherapy at London Bridge Hospital for my neck. The therapist was very knowledgeable and professional and helped my symptoms. One of the biggest positives was that she helped me to see where I was going wrong and I felt empowered to return to my goals. The department is also based in the Shard with a brand new, well equipped gym as an added bonus! I would highly recommend going here for treatment.
كادر الأطباء ممتاز بس التمريض لا قله كفائه وخدمه توفير الخدمات للغرف 👎
The doctors and nurses I’ve had at London Bridge have been phenomenal. A wonderful hospital.
مستشفى ممتازه من ناحيه الاهتمام والموقع
Excellent Sports injury department.
Date of content creation: 05.02.2015 · Last update: 14.09.2020
The London Bridge Hospital cooperates with best teaching hospitals in London (Guy's & St. Thomas' Hospital, St. Bartholomew's and King's College). Due to this cooperation, it is the pioneer in surgery (1st minimally-invasive mitral valve repair, 1st dual ablation procedure for arrhythmia, etc., were provided here).
The London Bridge hospital has extremely low infections rates. This indicator makes procedures as renal dialysis, organ transplant, coronary artery bypass graft, spinal surgeries and other procedures safe with minor risks.
The London Liver Center has been a leading Unit in the country for over 20 years. It is the Center of Excellence in:
- live living donor liver transplant
- liver transplant
- hepatic-pancreatic-biliary surgery
- viral hepatitis management and treatment.
London Bridge has the following certifications:
- Care Quality Commission (CQC) accreditation.
- CHKS for the healthcare quality service.
- Human Tissue Authority for Solid Organ Transplants, Stem Cells, and Tissues Implantation Certificate.
- JAG Accreditation - for the quality and safety of the endoscopy patients.
- MacMillan Accreditation - for the highest standards of cancer patients care.
- Hospitality Assured - for meeting the criteria.
- Association for Perioperative Practice - for the theatre departments as the safe perioperative practice.
- Clinical pathology accreditation for the meeting the standards for the medical labs.