Once the customer services team has confirmed your initial appointment, you will receive a letter containing the details of the consultation including the time, date, your consultant's name, and directions to the hospital.
When you come in for your first appointment at our private outpatients' department, we recommend that you arrive 15 minutes early.
Let the reception staff know that you have arrived. They will ask you to confirm your appointment details, to check your identity. You will then need to complete some paperwork to confirm your personal details and payment information.
You can a seat in our comfortable waiting area, and help yourself to some refreshments.
Please note, you may also have to complete some tests prior to your appointment - this will be decided by your consultant.
It's the patient's responsibility to ensure that your appointment is paid for.
- If you are insured, you will be required to provide your insurer's details, your membership number and your pre-authorisation number. You will need to contact your insurer directly to obtain your pre-authorisation number.
- If you are covered by your embassy, you will need to provide a letter of guarantee from your embassy stating what costs they will cover.
- If you are a self-funding patient, payment will be taken by the reception staff once all tests and consultations are completed.
Where to go?
Royal Brompton Hospital:
The private outpatients department is on the ground floor of Britten Wing. This building is opposite the main entrance to the hospital (Sydney Wing), and has a glass-roofed entrance.
The private outpatients department is on the ground floor of the main hospital building. On your arrival, please look to the left of the main reception and follow the signage for 'Private Outpatients'. Keep walking down the corridor and the department is on your left.
77 Wimpole Street:
Our dedicated outpatients and diagnostics facility is located in the Harley Street Medical Area. Come up the steps to the front door and the reception desk is on your right.