We’re based at the state-of-the-art London Aortic Clinic at the centre of London’s medical district

You’ll find us in the heart of London’s medical community, on Harley Street and Devonshire Place. As a patient at The London Aortic Centre within The London Clinic Hospital, you’ll always be valued and treated with respect, and enjoy a highly comfortable, clean and safe environment. We believe it’s vitally important that you’re always treated as a individual.

Your Hospital Stay

If you stay at The London Clinic Hospital, you’ll be looked after by your specialist surgeon, clinical assistants, nurses, physiotherapists, pharmacists and other members of our highly knowledgeable and skilled support staff. The hospital also has full emergency facilities, including an Intensive Care Unit.

All our patient bedrooms are equipped with an electronic patient-controlled bed, en-suite bathroom, air conditioning, TV and radio with remote control, telephone with direct dial facilities, nurse call system, personal safety deposit box or safe, and free WiFi. We want to make your stay as comfortable and stress-free as possible.

Questions to ask your surgeon

Our Consulting rooms

Our consulting rooms are housed in a modern, six-storey purpose-built building at 5 Devonshire Place. Our services include blood tests, health assessments and diagnostic imaging. We always do our very best to ensure your visit and treatment plan with us is as pleasant as possible – for you, your family, and anyone who there to support you.

Questions to ask your surgeon

Your specialist surgeon will answer any questions you, your family or your supporting friends may have about your condition or proposed treatment when you meet for consultation.

Here are few common questions you may like to ask:

Which procedure is right for me, and why?

What are the alternatives?

How many operations like this have you performed, and what have the results been for other patients?

What happens during my hospital stay?

How long does the operation take?

How long is the recovery afterwards?

How soon can I expect to be feeling right again?

Are there any restrictions on my lifestyle afterwards?

What long-term monitoring do I need after the operation?

Safety in second opinions

Your surgeons discuss all potential treatments together, and will involve specialist colleagues in other disciplines (including open thoracic aortic surgery and adult congenital cardiac/aortic disease) if this is required. So you can be assured that you will have the best treatment delivered by the best team of leading specialists. We believe this is the most effective way to help us explore all your options, and help you make the best decisions.

We’re proud of our service and confident in our results. If you’ve been given advice regarding one of the conditions we treat and would like a second opinion, we’re happy to help. If possible, we may be able to offer alternatives based on our particular expertise.

How to get treatment

There are a number of ways to access treatment at the London Aortic Clinic You can use your private health insurance, or pay for your own treatment, or, if you’re an international patient, you can sometimes go through a third party.

If you already have insurance cover or are ready to go ahead with private treatment, we can help you with the process. We’re recognised by all the major private health insurance companies. If you don’t have private insurance, or are not covered for your tests or procedure, you can pay for your own treatment.

The London Aortic Clinic difference

We know you have plenty of choices of private hospitals in London, but we believe our expertise makes us different. We make things as simple as possible for you to get the answers you want, the treatment you need, and be back to feeling well again as soon as possible.


The London Aortic Centre is recognised by all major private medical insurance providers