King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes: private gynaecology treatment in London
Outstanding private gynaecology treatment for conditions such as cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, endometriosis, and menstrual problems, from leading consultants at London's foremost private charitable hospital.
Where can I find private gynaecology treatment in London?
Founded as a hospital for injured soldiers in 1899 and registered as a charity since 1930, King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes is situated in the West End of London, and works with London's most eminent gynaecologists to provide the highest quality treatment for all conditions affecting the female reproductive system.
In keeping with its military history, financial assistance with the costs of hospital treatment is available to serving and retired Service men and women and their spouses, widows and widowers, by means of the Sister Agnes Benevolent Fund.
High quality hospital treatment and care
King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes is a modern
hospital, fully equipped with the latest technology and devoted to
exemplary standards in clinical and nursing care. Facilities include:
- 5 air-conditioned consulting suites
- 56 private ensuite air-conditioned rooms with advanced nurse call system
- 24 hour care from resident medical officers
- Matron-led nursing team, with exceptionally high nurse to patient ratio
- Full range of diagnostic imaging services, including CT, MRI and ultrasound
- 3 state-of-the-art operating theatres
- Endoscopy Unit with high-tech decontamination facilities
How can I get private gynaecology treatment at King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes?
King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes has direct settlement arrangements for inpatient gynaecology treatment with most medical insurance companies in the UK, although it is essential that patients receive confirmation of cover prior to their admission. Outpatient treatment should be paid for on the day and claimed back from the insurer. The consultant or anaesthetist will send any fees that have been agreed in advance directly to the insurance company.
King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes welcomes patients who wish to fund their own gynaecology treatment. Fees are payable for inpatient and day case treatment on admission.
As a charity, King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes is able to offer grants to help with the cost of hospital treatment by means of the Sister Agnes Benevolent Fund and The Charity of Alexander Michael Levy.