Owned by the 3fivetwo Group, the Kingsbridge Private Hospital is one of 8 healthcare facilities making it the largest private healthcare group in Northern Ireland.
Initially built to help take the strain of the public healthcare system, the private hospital now sees thousands of domestic and international patients each year. Orthopaedic procedures are the most common, with many local Gaelic footballers being admitted for injuries. Plastic surgeries are also fast becoming one of the most common types of procedures offered.
King’s College Hospital, situated in south London, is one of the largest and busiest teaching hospitals in the country. The Trust has nearly 900 beds, over 7,000 staff and treats one million patients every year.
The Hospital became a Foundation Trust in 2006, and recently became part of King’s Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre, a pioneering collaboration between the Trust, King’s College London, and Guy’s and St Thomas’, and South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trusts.
The Hospital provides the full range of emergency, surgical and medical clinical services you would expect from a major teaching hospital. It is also home to a number of clinical specialties for which it has an international reputation for excellence and innovation.
King’s is home to Europe’s largest liver centre, and performs over 200 liver transplants every year. It is a centre of excellence for the management of complex liver disease, including viral hepatitis, and its pioneering work includes the development of living related liver transplants
King’s is one of the world’s leading centres for the treatment of leukaemia, and is the only centre in Europe to have clinical and research expertise in all the main disease areas. King’s also runs Europe’s largest bone marrow transplant service, and regularly carries out over 150 transplants each year.
King’s is a leading centre internationally for fetal medicine. The Harris Birthright Centre is a leading clinical unit and research centre for the assessment and treatment of unborn babies, caring for than 10,000 patients each year.
King’s is one of four Major Trauma Centres in London, and the home of the award-winning Channel 4 documentary series 24 Hours in A&E, which focuses on the work of staff based in our Trauma and Emergency Department.
It is one of London’s eight Hyper Acute Stroke Units, which means it treats patients from across London presenting with life-threatening injuries and conditions. The Royal College of Physicians rated King’s as the top stroke centre in the country this year. King’s is also a regional centre for heart and brain surgery.
The Chelsea and Westminster Hospital is part of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. It is an acute hospital and provides accident and emergency (A&E), medical care, surgery, critical care, maternity, children and young people’s services, end of life care and an Urgent Care Centre and outpatient services. It also provides specialist services including burns, high-risk obstetrics and neonatal care for patients.
The Chelsea and Westminster Hospital is a 430-bed general hospital and employs over 3,000 staff. The hospital is a modern purpose-designed and built facility which opened in May 1993. All of the departments and operating theaters are equipped with the latest technologies that are currently available.
The Hospital has a renowned team of dedicated medical specialists, which welcomes both local and international patients. They are committed to providing their patients with the safest and highest of quality care.