Charing Cross Hospital
At Charing Cross Hospital you can rest assured that you’re being cared for in one of London’s major teaching hospitals.
Charing Cross Hospital is the oldest of the constituent medical schools of Imperial College London. The original Charing Cross was a voluntary hospital called the ‘West London Infirmary’, founded in 1818 near the Strand in Charing Cross. In 1827, it changed its name to Charing Cross Hospital and later established a medical school. It moved to its present location on Fulham Palace Road in 1973.
The current state of the art 15th Floor is dedicated to private out-patient and in-patient care. The new Riverside Wing is a private facility for day-case surgery and procedures. This centre provides General Endocrinology and Diabetes services, Pituitary and Obesity services.
The Hammersmith Hospital prides itself on its international reputation for clinical and academic excellence.
The historical Hammersmith Hospital was built in 1912 as a workhouse infirmary by the Hammersmith Poor Law Guardians. Its buildings were used during the First World War for military orthopaedics, before it became a general acute hospital in 1926. In 1935, Hammersmith Hospital was chosen as the home for the British Postgraduate Medical School.
The Sainsbury Wing has excellent private facilities with the safety and expertise of a large teaching hospital on the doorstep. This centre provides General Endocrinology and Diabetes services, Thyroid / Parathyroid and Adrenal surgery.
St Mary's Hospital
We are soon to open a purpose-built private facility at St Mary’s Hospital. This centre will provide General Endocrinology and Diabetes services and Thyroid / Parathyroid surgery.