King Edward VII - London's Private Hospital
King Edward VII's Hospital is London's premier private hospital offering personalised care in a supportive, comfortable and safe environment.
Every patient we look after receives personalised care in a supportive, comfortable and safe environment.
We have over 100 years experience of delivering unparalleled healthcare and hospitality. Our relatively small size – with 56 beds and a four-bed critical care unit – helps create a respectful, friendly and efficient environment. This also helps maintain our exceptional standards of hygiene. Whether you are undergoing a day case or more complex procedure, you can rest with ease in your private, air-conditioned, ensuite room. You can also be assured of our availability to assist you at all times.
To us, every patient who comes here is an individual, not a procedure.
Our evolution dates back to 1899, when sisters Agnes and Fanny Keyser turned their London home into a hospital for officers returning from the Boer War. More than a century later, our passion – and reputation – for outstanding patient care has not waned.
How we care for you
As the only hospital in the country where consultants have to be invited to practice, we can ensure that our patients needs are in the safest hands. The calibre of these individually selected specialists is matched only by that of our registered nurses, who carry out all aspects of patient care. Patients and consultants tell us that the quality of our nursing care is unparalleled.
We are also proud to have maintained our royal patronage, which began with King Edward VII, as well as our close links with Her Majesty's Armed Forces. Our charitable subsidies and grants, formerly reserved for officers, are available to all ranks of uninsured serving and ex-Service personnel,as well as their spouses.In 2014, 99% of our patients said they would come back to King Edward VII's Hospital, and it is a testament to the patient experience here that so many do.
London based hospital - established in 1899 - providing private healthcare services, including means-tested, grant-covered healthcare. Website includes details of treatments and services provided, details of business premises (including photos), registered charity number, details of expertise services, associations belonged to, certifications gained (DNV-GL), full contact details.
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