King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes: private urological treatment in London
Expert private urological treatment from leading specialists in the field, including treatment of prostate cancer, kidney stone disease and incontinence, at London's foremost private charitable hospital.
Where can I get private urological treatment in London?
Founded in 1899 as a hospital for wounded soldiers returning from the Boer War, King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes is now a modern, state-of-the-art hospital based in London's West End. The Hospital works with consultant urologists who have been carefully selected as being leaders in their respective fields, to offer the very best treatment and care for patients with problems affecting the kidneys, ureters, bladder, prostate and male reproductive system.
Whilst welcoming civilians from all walks of life, King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes is able to offer financial assistance with hospital fees to serving and retired members of the Armed Forces, and is the only remaining Service orientated acute hospital in the UK.
High quality private health care for urological problems
King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes is able to offer expert urological treatment, the very latest medical technology and exemplary nursing care. Their wide range of services and facilities include:
- 5 air-conditioned consulting rooms with rapid access to all diagnostic procedures
- 56 comfortable and well equipped private ensuite bedrooms
- A short stay unit and two long stay wards
- Highly trained nursing staff led by a Matron
- 24 hour care from resident medical officers
- 3 state-of-the-art operating theatres
- Strict infection control - no recorded cases of MRSA or Cdifficile
- A fully equipped diagnostic imaging department staffed by 20 specialist consultant radiologists
How can I get private urological treatment at King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes?
King Edward VII's Hospital Sister Agnes welcomes both insured and self-funding patients.
As a charitable hospital it is able to offer financial assistance to Service personnel by means of the Sister Agnes Benevolent Fund, and a separate grant is also available to people who live, or have lived, in London through the Alexander Michael Levy Trust Fund.