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The London Bridge Hospital: Cancer treatment centres

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The London Bridge Hospital has established an international reputation for cancer treatment, offering the best in private healthcare. This leading cancer treatment centre in London provides the highest standards of clinical skills and nursing care in a comfortable, newly-refurbished hospital overlooking the River Thames and Tower Bridge.


Dedicated and highly trained staff at every level ensure that patients receive the best possible cancer treatment, making your stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible. All clinical staff are professionally registered and undergo a range of annual updates. These include basic and advanced life support, infection control, health & safety and customer care. In addition staff undertake numerous post graduate educational courses to ensure that patients receive the most up to date and experienced based care.


For an appointment or for any further information please call them on 020 7407 3100 or send an email


Cancer Services 


With both inpatient and day unit facilities for cancer patients,  the London Bridge Hospital offers a comfortable and friendly environment tailored to suit each patient's needs.


Chemotherapy day unit 

Situated in 29 Tooley Street, this newly refurbished specialised cancer unit is equipped with state of the art equipment and run by a friendly and supportive team of senior cancer nurses and support staff. This warm and open environment has 8 chairs and 1 patient room for day case and outpatient chemotherapy as well as two fully equipped consulting rooms for outpatient consultations. A holistic approach is taken to patient care and as such the unit is able to support clinical and emotional needs in a welcoming atmosphere.


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Inpatient cancer services 

Situated in comfortable surroundings, the inpatient services specialise in surgical (particularly breast cancer and maxilio-facial cancer) and medical oncology, diagnostic and interventional radiology. There are 13 single rooms, 2 of which are isolation rooms. These are used to treat patients undergoing Stem Cell transplantation following high dose chemotherapy.


Their cancer nurses are all qualified within the specialty of cancer nursing giving them the necessary skills to ensure your safety which is paramount and that your stay is made as comfortable as possible. Qualified to administer specialist drug therapies your care will consistently be given by team members who you will come to know well, as the nature of your treatment may require you to spend a prolonged period of time in the hospital.


There is a 'Quiet Room' set aside for relatives and they aim to provide you with the environment you need whilst you are ill.


Support Services

In addition to the conventional treatments offered within the cancer service at London Bridge Hospital, a range of support services are available:

  • A Specialist Breast Care Nurse provides support for patients from diagnosis through to treatment and follow up.

  • A Palliative Care Nurse Specialist provides symptom management, counselling, support and help with the transfer of patients to community palliative teams or hospices.

  • A Clinical Psychologist provides counselling on a more formal basis.

  • There is a team of Complementary Therapists who offer aromatherapy, reflexology and massage in a dedicated area within the Chemotherapy day unit.

  • The Hospital Chaplain is able to visit patients during the week and can offer Holy Communion to patients as required.


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Facilities at the London Bridge Hospital 

The London Bridge Hospital has over 100 rooms, making it one of the largest private hospitals in the UK. Standard in-patient rooms are single with air conditioning and en-suite bathroom facilities including a shower.  Many rooms overlook the River Thames whilst others overlook the attractive internal atrium.


Each bedroom has TV, satellite channels, radio, direct dial telephone, a fridge and Nurse Call system. If requested they can provide daily newspapers, books and a number of business services.


A different menu for each day of the week gives you a choice of dishes including vegetarian options. Their chef will cater for special diets while their dietician will recommend the dishes that are most appropriate for you.


London Bridge Hospital has a great deal of experience in meeting the cultural needs of international patients and offers a service which provides support from the moment a medical report is received right through to assistance with arranging transport home, ensuring international patients feel at ease about coming to London for treatment and feel at home during their stay at London Bridge Hospital.


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Contact details

The London Bridge Hospital

27 Tooley Street

London SE1 2PR


Tel:  +44 (0)20 7407 3100

        +44 (0)20 7234 2009 - appointments

Fax: +44 (0)20 7407 3162


Email: info@lbh.hcahealthcare.co.uk

Website: www.londonbridgehospital.com


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