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We are proud to be working with the NHS to relieve the pressure of the COVID-19 outbreak. During this unprecedented demand our Hospital will help to provide the necessary support that the NHS needs to treat patients. If you would like to make an appointment with the Hospital call: 0207 806 4060. Do NOT visit the Hospital if you have any flu like symptoms. Please self-isolate and call NHS 111. Click here for the latest information.

 

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Urgent Care Centre

Casualty First

Our urgent care centre Casualty First is London’s leading private walk-in centre. Staffed by A+E doctors and able to treat children from the age of one year, Casualty First is open 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm. Our highly experienced doctors are able to treat all minor injuries, accidents and illnesses on a walk in basis, and can arrange immediate onward referrals to our specialists. Referrals are routinely covered by medical insurance companies.

Our Facilities

State Of The Art Facilities

The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth has a continual investment programme that ensures that our Hospital maintains the facilities needed to stay at the front of medical technology and achieve the highest levels of individual patient care. We were the first private hospital in the UK to introduce the pedCAT scanner and Toshiba Aquilion One Genesis, affirming our reputation as leaders in healthcare innovation.

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Fixed Price Self Pay Packages

We offer fixed price self-pay procedures as part of a package to ensure you receive transparent pricing and visibility of all costs before your treatment begins. The packages are designed to be clear and easy to understand to avoid any surprises following your treatment.

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Coronavirus Information

The new Coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China causes flu-like symptoms including a fever, a cough, or difficulty breathing. Public Health England has asked that you seek medical advice if you or a relative develop a fever, difficulty breathing or a cough within 14 days of travelling to China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Republic of Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, or Thailand. Where to get medical help if you have these symptoms? Please follow Public Health England’s advice and contact your GP or 111. While we have a walk-in Urgent Care Centre and private GP practices, we ask that you do not visit our facilities if you are symptomatic, as we do not have the specialist infectious disease units that may be needed for your onward care. The NHS and Public Health England have an established plan to respond to someone who becomes unwell and are best placed to coordinate your care.

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