The Harley Street Medical Area is returning to Arab Health Exhibition
IN BRIEF - 12TH JANUARY 2017
Its famous history certainly helps, but it is the clinical excellence of the Harley Street Medical Area that firmly routes this place as a world-class destination.
This year’s attendees include the prestigious King Edward VII Hospital, frequented by the British royal family and patronage by Her Majesty the Queen.
Isokinetic, an international medical group specialising in the management and recovery of sports injuries and listed as one of the 45 FIFA Medical Centres of Excellence in the world.
HCA International, the world’s largest private hospital group, is also joining the Harley Street Medical Area to showcase their clinical excellence and state-of-the-art facilities.
When it comes to opening doors its famous history certainly helps, but it is the clinical excellence of the Harley Street Medical Area that firmly routes this place as a world-class destination.
Located in Marylebone in the heart of central London, the Harley Street Medical Area is home to over 5,000 practitioners, small clinics and full-scale hospitals, covering over 200 medical specialisms and related professions.
Perhaps the most unusual aspect of the Medical Area—and one with a clear appeal for patients and their families—is that it isn’t an isolated enclave, filled with nothing but doctors. Surrounding the medical buildings, and sharing the same streets with them, are restaurants and cafes, shops and cultural institutions. There are numerous hotels, many of which have developed close ties with the hospitals and clinics and have developed special medical packages. There are quiet parks and attractive streets. For patients undergoing treatment, or for the family and friends supporting them, the Harley Street Medical Area provides an environment that is both comfortable and laden with welcome distractions.
Its Marylebone location provides an unrivalled level of accessibility. Sitting right in the heart of a truly global city, the Medical Area is connected not just with the rest of the UK but with the entire world. It is a short journey from several airports including Gatwick and Heathrow, two of the busiest and best served in Europe. It is closely tied in to London’s vast public transport network and is just a short hop from numerous mainline stations including the Eurostar terminals at London St Pancras International station. With Crossrail due to open on the doorstep in 2018, this is an area unrivalled in its transport connections and convenient travel modes.
Confirmed clinics include:
- 108 Medical Chambers
- Advanced Oncotherapy
- Fortius Clinic
- Harley Street Fertility Clinic
- HCA International
- King Edward VII's Hospital
- London and Surrey Care
- London Claremont Clinic
- London Orthopaedic Clinic
- London Musculoskeletal Clinic
- London Women's Clinic
- Moorfields Private
- Phoenix Hospital Group
- Re:Cognition Health
- Royal Brompton Hospital & Harefield Hospital Specialist Care
- Schoen Clinic
- The London Clinic
- The Tinnitus Clinic
- UME Group LLP
- Marylebone Hotel