The London Thyroid and ENT Clinic

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108, Harley Street, London, W1G 7ET

Tel: 020 7563 1234Email:

About The London Thyroid and ENT Clinic

The London Thyroid and ENT Clinic is based in convenient and comfortable premises at 108 Harley Street, London.  A multidisciplinary team of specialists is available at this one location, offering rapid diagnosis and access to treatment.  X-ray, ultrasound imaging and aspiration cytology are available onsite.  Other tests, including radionuclide scanning, can be easily and quickly arranged at partner facilities.

Skilled assessment of thyroid problems

Underactive thyroid

Patients with an underactive thyroid may experience the following symptoms:

  • Tiredness
  • Weight gain
  • Depression
  • Sensitivity to cold
  • Dry hair and skin
  • Muscle aches

Underactive thyroid problems are caused by the gland not producing enough of the hormone, thyroxine.  This can be confirmed using a detailed history, examination, blood tests and radionuclide scans.  Once a diagnosis has been made, appropriate medication can be prescribed and monitored.

Overactive thyroid

An overactive thyroid may have many symptoms, although few patients will experience all of them at the same time.  These include:

  • Hyperactivity
  • Mood swings
  • Insomnia
  • Fatigue
  • Diarrhoea and fatty stools
  • Excess sweating
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Goitre (swelling in the neck)
  • Fast heart rate
  • Trembling

For reasons that are not always fully understood, the thyroid can start to produce excess thyroxine.  The consultants at the London Thyroid clinic are experts in the assessment and diagnosis of an overactive thyroid using blood tests, radionuclide scans and ultrasound.  If a goitre or lump is present, this is investigated using aspiration cytology.  Once diagnosis has been established, an individualised treatment plan can be drawn up by a consultant endocrinologist.

Thyroid cancer

The main symptom of thyroid cancer is a usually painless lump below the Adam's apple.  This should always be assessed by a doctor, although it is important to note that only one in twenty of this type of lump is due to thyroid cancer, most are non-cancerous swellings known as goitres.

All throat lumps and swellings will undergo detailed investigation at The London Thyroid Clinic. If thyroid cancer should be diagnosed, the specialist team of surgeons, radiologists and oncologists are highly skilled in developing the optimum treatment plan to suit the individual patient.

How can I access private treatment at this facility?

The consultants at the London Thyroid Clinic most usually see insured patients who have been referred by their GP or specialist.  However, they welcome patients who would like to self refer and those who are sponsored by a third party.

The team are also expert in the treatment of paediatric and adult ENT diseases with specialist interest in salivary gland, voice, snoring and sinus surgery.

Facilities and services

Imaging and radiology services

  • CT scan
  • Ultrasound - 2d
  • X Ray

Facility offer the treatment of both type of thyroid disorders - underactive thyroid and overactive thyroid.

Initial consultation fee: £250

Follow-up consultation fee: £180

Follow-up (new condition): £225

Second opinion: £350

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People that work at The London Thyroid and ENT Clinic

The team of specialists at the London Thyroid Clinic work together to offer the best possible service to patients with benign and malignant thyroid conditions.

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Ways to pay for private treatment at The London Thyroid and ENT Clinic

The London Thyroid Clinic is able to provide the highest possible standard of care for insured patients referred from a GP or specialist, patients who are self funded and patients who are sponsored by a third party.

Self pay

Inclusive packages that cover the cost of the hospital, surgery and anaesthesia are available to UK/EU patients needing surgical intervention. Patients from outside of the UK/EU will be offered a package that includes surgery and anaesthesia, but are required to pay the hospital direct.

Payment is due in full and in advance of any surgical procedure.

Insured patients

The consultants at the London Thyroid Clinic most usually see insured patients who have been referred by their GP or specialist.

A list of private health insurers that send patients to The London Thyroid Clinic in the section below.

Contact The London Thyroid and ENT Clinic

108, Harley Street

Main Phone: 020 7563 1234
Tel for appointments: 020 7563 1234
Fax: 020 7563 1212

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