The London Rectal Clinic, of Harley Street, comprises a team of experienced colorectal surgeons that treat and assess a variety of bowel and colorectal conditions, including haemorrhoids, pilonidal sinus, bowel cancer and Chron's disease.
The clinic is conveniently located at 108 Harley Street, London. The consultant colorectal surgeons are available every day of the week, except Tuesday and appointments can usually be offered within 24-48 hours.
With onsite facilities for x-ray, ultrasound and day surgery, MRI and inpatient surgery can be rapidly arranged at one of the Clinic's partner facilities.
Most patients attending The London Rectal Clinic have been referred by their GP. Symptoms requiring assessment include:
Although a major cause of cancer death in the UK, bowel cancer can be prevented by detecting and removing the potentially cancerous polyps that develop in the bowel. The London Rectal Clinic is able to offer a consultation, proctoscopy and sigmoidoscopy with one of their specialist colorectal surgeons, combined with a virtual colonoscopy performed by a specialist colorectal radiologist.
The London Rectal Clinic is able do many investigations and procedures as day surgery, including:
The colorectal surgeons at The London Rectal Clinic are experts in the surgical treatment of:
The clinic is known for their commitment to providing the finest care delivered by their dedicated team of surgeons, radiologists, oncologists, nurses, pathologists and trained health professionals.
The London Rectal Clinic offers several treatments at their Harley Street premises. The clinic comprises a team specialising in colorectal and bowel disorders.
The team of specialist colorectal and general surgeons at The London Rectal Clinic all meet strict eligibility criteria to ensure that their patients always receive the highest standards of care.
At the London Rectal Clinic, you can choose how you would like to pay for your treatment. You can decide that you wish to self-pay, use private medical insurance or undergo sponsored treatment.
Patients who are being sponsored by an employer or third party are required to bring proof of guarantee, which has been signed by your sponsor, on your first appointment. The letter needs to include the type of cover being paid for such as consultations, treatments and assessments, or the maximum monetary limit.
A medical referral is not needed if you choose pay for your treatment yourself. Self-paying patients are required to pay all of their fees after receiving the receipt which will generally occur at the time of your treatment. The London Rectal Clinic is able to provide an indication of your fee in advance, which can be used as a guide for the cost of your consultation, assessment or treatment.
108 London Rectal clinic works with a number of insurance companies. All the consultation, investigations and procedures undertaken at 108 Harley Street are routinely covered in full by medical insurers, subject to policy terms and conditions, exclusions and excesses. A referral from your doctor or other specialist is essential if you are expecting your medical insurer to contribute towards the cost of your treatment.
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