The London Clinic

London, United Kingdom

Unit Information

address 20 Devonshire Place
United Kingdom
phone +44 (0)207 616 7661
Parent Hospital:

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Treatment Provider:

The London Clinic

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Billing System:

Credit card, traveller’s cheques and cash

Types of Dialysis:

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Cost Per Session:

Std Monday-Saturday: £ 415/session, Hep C: £ 426


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Public Transport:

London Underground and buses

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London Underground The Clinic is within walking distance of two underground stations: Baker Street: Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee, and Metropolitan Lines Regent’s Park: Bakerloo Line Bus Numbers: 18, 27 and 30 stop on Marylebone Road next to the Clinic


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Melbourne, Australia

"Premium dialysis, premium service, sting in the tail"


Reviewed: 02/03/18, Edited: 02/03/18

I’ve been to the London Clinic almost every time I’ve travelled to the UK. And I like it a lot (with one reservation). Why? In theory, UK dialysis is free to Australian patients. However, the reality is that the NHS in London is super-busy all the time, and their dialysis units are usually operating at full capacity. I have tried to book into public BigD units in London, with zero success, so in the past I have used a private unit (The London Clinic) and limited my travel to day trips close to London. I love The London Clinic. I feel safe, comfy, even pampered. But this all comes at a price – Around £415 per standard session, Hepatitis C £426, High Flux £431, with surcharges (about £20) for bank holidays. There are also package deals, eg £1,197 for three standard treatments. And I don’t resent these charges. They are just the cost of dialysing in Harley Street in London. I still lap up the atmosphere. But they do have a rip off fee they I do resent: As part of booking a session, they ask for copies of a range of blood tests etc: • Latest blood results for Full Blood Count (FBC) and Biochemistry(U&E)* • Latest blood results for Hepatitis B and C* • Haemodialysis Flow Sheets* (For one week) • Medical Summary/Report*(Stating is fit and well to travel) • Nose Swab & Throat Swab & Groin Swab for Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA)* • Latest blood results for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)* • Rectal Swab for Carbapenem Resistant Organism(CRO) * * Compulsory - All no more than 4 weeks old Which is all pretty normal (after all Chinese dialysis units also ask for Syphilis tests). Yet on the very same page, they also say: Blood tests for Hepatitis B and C is compulsory for non-UK based patients prior to commencing the first dialysis. These will incur an additional cost of approximately £115.00-£125. So they want my latest blood tests and then they ignore them, for cash. Up front. Looks very much like a money grabbing technique to me. I give my blood with very poor grace. But there’s no option. This is why I have rated the London Clinic at 4.5 points. This greedy little sting in the tail at the start takes the shine off.

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