Last Word: Maria Davies talks to John Lofthouse chief executive of London’s King Edward VII

The Central London private hospital market has proved resilient during the downturn but it is not immune from the challenges faced by the sector. Increasing competition, static PMI and low growth in self pay patients remain a threat to hospitals in the Capital, but according to King Edward VII CEO John Lofthouse, the market has ridden the storm better than most and is optimistic about the future…

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