King Edward VII’s Hospital and Cleveland Clinic London bring enhanced women’s health services to the capital

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King Edward VII’s Hospital has entered into a new partnership with Cleveland Clinic London to provide advanced breast care services at King Edward VII’s highly regarded facilities in Central London.

This partnership brings together two healthcare providers who are committed to providing patients with personalised care, as well as world-leading experts who have a collaborative, multidisciplinary team approach.

Cleveland Clinic London opens its first outpatient centre at 24 Portland Place, in the Harley Street Medical Area, this September. The collaboration means that women having consultations at Cleveland Clinic London will have streamlined access to King Edward VII’s state-of the-art-facilities for diagnostics, screening and treatment. Medical records will be shared electronically to ensure a seamless patient experience.

The comprehensive service at King Edward VII’s Hospital includes a dedicated Breast Health Centre, offering triple assessment breast screening, reconstructive and oncoplastic breast surgery.  Services offered by Cleveland Clinic London at its Outpatient Centre will include in-house GPs, bespoke health assessments and specialist consultations.

Lindsey Condron, Chief Executive at King Edward VII’s Hospital commented: “At King Edward VII’s we’re committed to providing the highest quality in women’s health services, ensuring women can access healthcare as a preventative measure as well as when intervention is required. There is clear synergy in the values of the two organisations and we’re proud to be partnering with Cleveland Clinic London in creating a seamless patient pathway that gives women greater access to the highest standards of care.”

Brian Donley, MD., CEO of Cleveland Clinic London, comments: “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. King Edward VII’s world-leading expertise in breast care will ensure that our patients receive the best possible preventative care and treatment.”

Media Contacts:

Cleveland Clinic:
Brunswick Group +44 (0) 207 404 5959

King Edward VII’s Hospital:
KingEdwards@thirdcity.co.uk
Victoria Mayman: 07748 878 675;  victoria@thirdcity.co.uk
Tash Hannawin: 07719 939 895; natashah@thirdcity.co.uk

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 About Cleveland Clinic London

Cleveland Clinic London hospital opens in early 2022. It will have 184 inpatient beds, including 29 ITU beds; eight operating rooms; a full imaging suite; endoscopy and cardiac catheterisation laboratories; day case rooms for surgery; and a full neurological suite with rehabilitation. In addition to comprehensive cardiovascular and thoracic services, it will offer orthopaedics, digestive diseases, urology, gynaecology, neurosciences, ear nose and throat, general surgery, general practice and executive health.

Cleveland Clinic London is part of the Cleveland Clinic health system. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit multispecialty academic medical centre that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education. It was established in Cleveland, Ohio in 1921 by four renowned US physicians with a vision of providing outstanding patient care based upon the principles of cooperation, compassion and innovation. Overall the system operates 18 hospitals with over 6,000 beds, more than 220 outpatient facilities, and has locations in southeast Florida; Las Vegas, Nevada; Toronto, Canada; Abu Dhabi, UAE; and now London, England.

About King Edward VII’s Hospital
Established in 1899, King Edward VII’s Hospital is an independent charitable hospital with a long history of providing the highest quality surgical and clinical care, using advanced medical techniques.

Located within London’s Harley Street medical district, the hospital delivers a truly personalised service, prioritising outstanding care over profit. This not-for-profit ethos ensures investment back into the hospital and its charitable work.

King Edward VII’s champions collaboration among its specialist teams, combining world-leading medical expertise with the latest in cutting-edge technology to make patients’ lives measurably better. The hospital provides healthcare that is collaborative, personalised and holistic, with specialist areas including women’s health, urology, digestive health and musculoskeletal services.

As a long standing charity the hospital is dedicated to providing the highest levels of subsidised care to veterans of the Armed Forces.  The Charity provides military grants and subsidies for complex medical treatment to service or ex-service personnel by building strong relationships with a number of service charities, while the hospital’s Centre For Veterans’ Health supports veterans with management of chronic pain through its award winning Pain Management Programme – the only hospital based service in the UK catering exclusively to veterans’ needs.