Imperial Private Healthcare is part of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and is proud to be supporting the NHS in the fight against coronavirus.
To help parents-to-be prepare for their new arrival, we are offering a range of new antenatal classes online, exclusively for parents having their baby at the Lindo Wing.
In the world of fertility preservation, there has been an exponential rise in the number of women freezing their eggs for non-medical reasons. As companies begin to offer egg-freezing as an employment perk, concerns are being raised about how success rates are reported and whether women are being marketed the treatment in an ethical way.
The Wolfson Fertility Clinic has put extra measures in place to protect patients, staff and visitors in response to coronavirus.
Plans for a major new hospital for London have been boosted with a formal agreement to enter into partnership discussions between Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Great Western Developments Ltd, working with Sellar.
Interventional radiology consultant Dr Nick Burfitt explains how a new minimally-invasive, non-surgical technique called prostate artery embolisation might be the best treatment for some men with this condition.
Allergy consultant Dr Florentina Dumitru explains how oral food challenges, which confirm or rule out a food allergy, can make a significant difference to a patient’s quality of life.
Repeated failed IVF cycles are distressing events for couples hoping to start a family. Here Mr Rehan Salim, a consultant gynaecologist and accredited sub-specialist in reproductive medicine at Imperial Private Healthcare’s Wolfson Fertility Centre, explains why they happen and what can be done.
Everything from sports injuries to overuse can damage your knees. Here Mr Rajarshi Bhattacharya, a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at Imperial Private Healthcare, explains how you can tell whether your knee injury is serious and what to do about it.
A cardiac treatment called TAVI is transforming the lives of heart patients who cannot have open surgery. In this blog consultant cardiologist Dr Iqbal Malik explains what it is and how it works.