Bupa Cromwell Hospital in London has officially opened an outpatient diagnostic clinic.
Basinghall Clinic has 16 consulting rooms, two treatment rooms for minor procedures, a gym for physiotherapy and an imaging suite consisting of an MRI, X-ray and fluoroscopy.
Services and treatments include cardiology, complex spinal services, dermatology, musculoskeletal, respiratory and urology.
The clinic was previously a Bupa Health Centre but due to acquisitions and developments has become part of Bupa Cromwell Hospital to treat outpatients, offering services that previously were not offered to patients.
Danielle Sharp, centre manager at Basinghall Clinic, said: ‘Since we opened in June we have seen more and more patients coming in for our diagnostic and treatment services, as we are located so close to Bank tube station, many of these patients are busy professionals working in the city.’
Philip Luce, hospital director at Bupa Cromwell Hospital, added: ‘The opening of Basinghall Clinic is a huge opportunity for Bupa Cromwell Hospital and we are all very excited that it is officially open.
‘We have seen a real demand for our outpatient services over the past few years and Basinghall Clinic is a testament to the hard work of the team.’
Last month, Bupa Cromwell Hospital entered into a partnership with Australian-owned radiotherapy and cancer treatment specialist GenesisCare to create an internationally recognised centre of excellence at the hospital in Knightsbridge.