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The Portland Hospital

The Portland Hospital

London, UK   |   Accreditation: none listed 

 205 – 209 Great Portland Street

W1W 5AH

info@portland.hcahealthcare.co.uk

020 7580 4400, 020 7483 5190 Pediatric info

 

Features:

Internationally renowned for clinical excellence, The Portland Hospital is the only private hospital in London entirely dedicated to women and children. Our specialties reflect this providing expertise in Obstetrics (maternity), Women’s Health and Paediatrics.

As one of the UK’s largest, private children’s units, The Portland Hospital is committed to excellence in healthcare for children. Our specialist paediatric unit is available for babies and children up to 16 years of age who require treatment and support on an inpatient, outpatient or day care basis.

We are proud to be able to offer a premier service and conduct all of the care a child will need from diagnosis, through to surgery and aftercare. Utilising the latest medical technology, our pediatric specialties include gastroenterology, orthopaedics, urology, neurology and ENT with treatment available for routine and complex conditions.

The Portland Hospital’s consultants are recognised amongst the world’s leading clinicians, working also at prominent teaching hospitals such as Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, Guy’s & St Thomas’ and University College Hospital, London. Our multidisciplinary team includes registered children’s nurses, play specialists, physiotherapists, radiographers and interpreters to support your child’s treatment and recovery.

The Portland Hospital’s Acute Neurological Rehabilitation Unit for Children

The Portland Hospital is delighted to announce that it will shortly be opening The Portland Hospital’s Acute Neurological Rehabilitation Unit for Children in conjunction with the Acute Neurological Rehabilitation Unit at the Wellington Hospital. Working closely together the two hospitals will enable HCA to now extend its world renowned rehabilitation services to those under 18.

The Acute Neurological Rehabilitation Unit at the Wellington Hospital has an international reputation for the highest standard of care and for its patient outcomes.

All inquires for The Portland Hospital’s Acute Neurological Rehabilitation Unit for Children should be directed to the Rehabilitation Business office on:

Telephone: 020 7483 5349
Fax: 0207 587 2462 or by email to
troy.coldrick@hcahealthcare.co.uk

All other enquires for Paediatric Services at the Portland Hospital should be directed to Khadija Mouhajer, International Relations Manager,

Telephone: 020 7483 5190
Fax: 0207 483 5588 or by email to
Khadija.mouhajer@hcahealthcare.co.uk.

Affiliated with the Acute Neurological Rehabilitation Unit at the Wellington Hospital.

Specialties:

- Maternity
– Children Health
– Acute Neurological Rehabilitation Unit for Children
– Women’s Health

Our women’s health services include gynaecology, early pregnancy, sexual health, breast care, cosmetic surgery and complementary therapies supported by appropriate diagnostic health screening.

- Hearing

Established in 1983, the Audiology and Audiological Medicine Department at The Portland Hospital is the largest and most comprehensive private provider of diagnostic and rehabilitative hearing services. We are proud to offer clinical and diagnostic services that are usually only found in a small number of teaching hospitals and research facilities.
Enquiries and appointments: 020 7390 6573

– Physiotherapy

The Physiotherapy Department consists of an experienced team of Chartered Physiotherapists and Midwives offering a range of therapies in the fields of women’s health, childbirth preparation and children’s health.
Main Department Telephone 020 7390 6553

– Imaging services
– Pharmacy
– London hand and wrist unit

The London Hand and Wrist Unit has brought together world class surgeons and therapists who practice at four of the Capital’s leading private hospitals, The Wellington, The London Bridge, The Lister and the Portland hospitals.

The London Hand & Wrist Unit is recognised internationally as providing expertise and high quality care for all patients, adults and children alike, with conditions affecting the upper limb.