The Harley Street Children’s Hospital is the paediatric specific component of The Harley Street Clinic, one of the most famous and highly regarded hospitals in the world. We provide truly outstanding healthcare for children with a range of medical conditions in the epicentre of London’s medical district.
As part of HCA International and HCA Inc (the world’s largest private hospital group), you can be assured that we are the hospital group to choose for the successful treatment of your child’s serious or complicated medical condition. At the Children’s Hospital we are immensely proud of our results and infection control. We’ve got some of the best patient outcomes and survival rates in the UK and are virtually MRSA-free.
We have a particular focus on teamwork. Your child will be placed in the care of a talented and experienced consultant who will work closely with a range of fantastic healthcare professionals from a range of backgrounds, this technique is a ‘multi-disciplinary team approach’. Through utilising the skills from a range of professionals we can harness the knowledge and ideas of all to enable the very best care, you’ll likely meet a large number of the team during visits or stays with your child.
The Harley Street Childrens Hospital has recently had a multi-million-pound investment in brand new facilities and further investment is guaranteed over the next few years to ensure we are at the forefront of innovative surgical techniques and technology.
The Children’s Hospital has full access to The Harley Street Clinic’s Imaging facilities via 81 Harley Street and The Diagnostic Centre at 16 Devonshire Street. These world class facilities provide the most comprehensive diagnostics and consulting capability within one central London campus. Images can immediately be viewed and shared with multi-disciplinary team members
Our State of the art Equipment includes:MRICT: CT scanning is used to diagnose cancers and also is good for looking at bones.Digital X-Ray: We use the latest equipment to record images digitally rather than using traditional photographic methods.UltrasoundBone Densitometry: used to evaluate rickets.OPG: stands for orthopantomogram and is a machine for diagnosing dental and mandible problems.