King Edward VII’s Hospital partners with Cleveland Clinic London

Cleveland Clinic London

King Edward VII’s Hospital and Cleveland Clinic London (CCL) have entered a partnership to provide breast care services. 

People having a consultation at CCL’s facility will have access to King Edward VII’s services for diagnostics, screening and treatment. Medical records will be shared electronically.

King Edward VII’s facility includes a breast health centre, offering triple assessment screening, reconstructive and oncoplastic surgery.

Services offered by CCL’s outpatient centre, set to open in September, will include in-house GPs, health assessments and consultations.

‘Cleveland Clinic celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, and as we prepare to welcome our first patients in London we are proud to partner with other high-quality providers to deliver the best possible care,’ said Brian Donley, CEO of CCL.

‘King Edward VII’s world-leading expertise in breast care will ensure that our patients receive the best possible preventative care and treatment.’

CCL’s London hospital is due to open in 2022 and will comprise 184 inpatient beds, including 29 ITU beds; eight operating rooms; an imaging suite; endoscopy and cardiac catheterisation laboratories; day case rooms for surgery; and a neurological suite with rehabilitation.

In addition to cardiovascular and thoracic services, it will offer orthopaedics, digestive diseases, urology, gynaecology, neurosciences, ear nose and throat, general surgery, general practice and executive health.