International Congenital Cardiac Centre
The Harley Street Clinic
35 Weymouth Street
London W1G 8BJ
020 7935 7700
The Harley Street Clinic (HCA International Ltd) congenital cardiac programme started in the mid-1970s. The congenital cardiac unit of the hospital covers the whole spectrum of congenital cardiac malformations, including adult congenital cardiac patients (GUCH).
The majority of patients who are treated at The Harley Street Clinic are from overseas and occasionally the National Health Service. The hospital has also been actively involved in humanitarian activities through the charity Chain of Hope.
There are three cardiac theatres and three cardiac catheter laboratories for diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterisation. There is a 12-bedded paediatric cardiac intensive care unit, a 5-bedded paediatric progressive care unit, and 18-bedded paediatric patients’ ward which also has a playroom. There are also outpatient facilities.
Adult congenital cardiac patients are treated in the adult intensive care unit and on the adult cardiac ward.
The full range of interventional procedures is undertaken at The Harley Street Clinic, including percutaneous pulmonary valve implantations. The Harley Street Clinic also provides the whole spectrum of electrophysiological investigations and interventions.
Congenital heart surgery
Seven congenital cardiac surgeons have admitting rights at The Harley Street Clinic
Twelve congenital cardiologists have admitting rights at The Harley Street Clinic