Harefield Hospital’s new private facilities offer short-notice consultations with our leading experts, heart and lung screenings and advanced diagnostics. So, you don’t need to go far to get the very best in private healthcare.


Patient asking a question to our reception staffThe specialist care team ensure you are on the best treatment path as early as possible:

 - Providing same-day appointments with world leading consultants

 - Rapid access to advanced imaging, cardiac monitoring and lung function

 - Full reporting services for health providers





Nurses discussing a caseRenowned globally for our expertise, sophisticated cardiovascular and respiratory treatments, you can be confident you will be assessed using the latest diagnostic equipment:

 - MRI for both cardiac and general assessment

 - CT across cardiac, lung and general

 - Echocardiography (transthoracic, stress and contrast-enhanced)

 - Non-invasive cardiology including Cardiac Monitoring, Exercise Tolerance Tests and ECG



Harefield outpatients waiting areaOutpatients and diagnostic testing services for private patients at Harefield Hospital are open from 8am to 9pm on Monday to Friday. Our private facilities are easily accessible by road, rail and underground:

Situated in extensive grounds in the greenbelt of countryside on the edge of London, Harefield Hospital is accessible by the A40, M1 and M25. Located near Uxbridge, Northwood and Rickmansworth rail and underground stations. To view our map and for directions click here.




Heart or lung concerns? What to do next

To put your mind at ease you can book a heart or lung screening appointment with our dedicated specialist team. Harefield Hospital’s screening clinic offers a range of tests and scans designed to assess the health of your heart or lungs and detect the early signs of disease.

Heart screening packages start from £195. Lung screening prices may vary depending on the tests required.

Alternatively, our team can recommend the most suitable consultant for your condition. Simply ask your GP for a referral and then contact us to book your preferred appointment time.

If you are a self-referrer you can contact the hospital directly, providing a brief medical history from a treating physician and including any relevant test results.