The renowned Cleveland Clinic has pioneered numerous medical breakthroughs, including coronary artery bypass surgery and the first face transplant in the United States. Setting it apart from other private hospitals, the Cleveland Clinic is a physician-led group with no shareholders – all the senior leadership positions are held by doctors, meaning that every decision made is done so with the patients’ best interests at heart, and all surplus is reinvested back into research and technology.
Now, this remarkable institution has brought its world class care to London, with a new, state of the art hospital in the heart of the city. Opened in March 2022, this 184-bed hospital is ready to welcome patients to benefit from its expert range of treatments.
Where is the Cleveland Clinic London
Ideally situated at Grosvenor Place in Belgravia, the Cleveland Clinic London is perfectly placed to enjoy all that the city has to offer, just a stone’s throw from the beautiful Hyde Park, as well as the luxury shops of Knightsbridge. Some patients can even enjoy views of Buckingham Palace from their room as they recuperate.
Less than 10 minutes walks from Victoria Station, and a 25 minute drive from Kings Cross, it’s well connected and easily accessible, with an excellent choice of hotels nearby.
Treatments and Specialisms at the Cleveland Clinic London
Offering 184 beds, including 29 in intensive care, and an expansive neurological rehabilitation ward, the Cleveland Clinic London is well equipped to cater for a wide range of conditions, and prides itself on its facilities.
The hospital focuses on four areas: orthopaedics, cardiovascular, digestive, and neurological care. For the latter, an intraoperative MRI scanner allows surgeons to instantly confirm that a brain tumour has been fully removed during surgery. Robotics are used to measure single doses of medications, removing waste, and reducing human administration error by up to 60%.
These innovative and remarkable measures ensure an exceptional standard of care for all patients, with the hospital team working hard to push the boundaries of both medicine and care.