Bupa’s Basinghall Clinic reopens after refurbishment

Bupa-owned Cromwell Hospital in London has reopened its Basinghall Clinic outpatient diagnostic centre in the City of London following an extensive refurbishment.

Alongside consulting rooms, the clinic features a new radiology suite with MRI, X-Ray and Ultrasound, and treatment suite with a minor procedure room.

The facility also has dedicated space for Bupa health assessments and is due to install a new 3D mammography machine to provide a one-stop diagnostic breast clinic.

Centre manager Danielle Sharp said: ‘We’re really excited about the refurbishment of Basinghall Clinic, which will help us provide better services for our customers. Customers will be able to access state-of-the art technology, have appointments with leading consultants and discuss their health concerns, all under one roof.’

The clinic provides a ‘one-stop shop’ for a number of health needs, including fast access to diagnostics and physiotherapy, on-site cardiac investigations, spinal and orthopaedic services and dermatology. It also plans to offer new respiratory and urology services in the coming months.

General manager for Bupa Health Services Sarah Melia said: ‘We’re always looking for ways in which we can improve our services for our customers and Basinghall is the perfect example of this. We’re really looking forward to seeing customers again and helping them with their health concerns.’