Mayo Clinic Healthcare and Bupa announce new agreement


Mayo Clinic’s Harley Street Medical Area facility enters a two-year partnership with Bupa to deliver care to the health insurer’s customers

Mayo Clinic Healthcare – the London subsidiary of Mayo Clinic, the American not-for-profit academic medical centre – and the health insurer Bupa have announced a new two-year agreement to deliver care to Bupa’s customers.

The agreement enables Bupa’s UK health insurance customers to access care at Mayo Clinic Healthcare’s Portland Place facility, including consultations, diagnostics, endoscopy, MRI and CT services.

The clinic, which opened in the HSMA in 2020, will also provide a secondary clinical review for Bupa customers who might benefit from CAR-T cell therapy, a pioneering treatment which uses a patient’s own immune system cells to tackle a small number of advanced cancers.

Commitment to care
“The relationship with Bupa is an important part of the evolution and growth of Mayo Clinic Healthcare,” said G Anton Decker, a gastroenterologist and president of Mayo Clinic International. “We are privileged to partner with Bupa and it affirms our commitment to care for patients in comprehensive and collaborative ways.”

Alex Perry, CEO of Bupa Insurance, added: “Mayo Clinic Healthcare’s reputation speaks for itself, so its new London clinic is a great addition to the portfolio of hospitals and clinics where our customers can receive treatment and care. It shares our customer focus and commitment to delivering the best outcomes for them.”