Hospitals


The National Hospital , Queen Square, London. WC1 

The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery is part of the University College London Hospitals Foundation Trust along with its neighbour the Institute of Neurology. The National Hospital is the largest specialist Neurological Hospital in the UK and is seen as a centre of excellence throughout the world.

The National has over 200 inpatient beds, with a dedicated day care facility for tests, investigation and treatment.  There are many specialist units including dementia, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis and stroke. There is a pioneering patient-centred neuro-rehabilitation service and the largest specialised neurosurgical-ITU and the only neuro-medical ITU in the country.


The Hospital is also a major international centre of research and training and is engaged in cutting edge science and development of treatments for neurological diseases.

 

 

  

 

King Edward VII Hospital St Agnes , Beaumont St, London,W1

The Hospital is one of the foremost private Hospitals in London and has on offer fifty eight private, en-suite, air conditioned rooms. King Edward VII prides itself on hand picking its Consultants to ensure that patients are treated by Doctors who are leaders in their particular field. A full range of patient services is available and the Hospital has a strong tradition of excellence in both its nursing and medical staff with one of the best nurse to patient ratios in the country.













Dr Farmer's clinic now takes place on Monday mornings at the private consulting rooms, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queens Square WC1 3BG.

On alternative Monday evenings there is also a clinic for new patients only at the King Edward V11 Hospital.