King Edward VII's Hospital
Welcome to King Edward VII's Hospital
King Edward VII's Hospital in London is an independent charitable hospital in the Harley Street medical district. It has been focusing on caring for Armed Forces veterans since 1899 and provides 56 beds. This is the home of truly personalised care, where everything they do is tailored to suit the patient's unique circumstances. A top medical team plus exceptional levels of care blend with world-class expertise and impeccable standards to deliver the best treatments and the finest nursing. A calm, relaxed and peaceful atmosphere completes the story, and all this is underpinned by the Kind Edward 7th's hospital's powerful spirit of philanthropy, which attracts the donations needed to fund future innovation.
The treatment you'll receive at the King Edward V11 hospital will be given with a smile, with respect, and you'll be treated with the utmost dignity and empathy. Your religious and cultural beliefs will be respected. You'll be carefully listened to, and you will be able to contribute your own opinions about your care. The staff will work closely with your family too. It's all about promoting a culture of kindness and openness, and the highest levels of care are maintained thanks to continual auditing. Highly experienced medical consultants await you, and you'll be given a very warm welcome.
Efficient and quick.
Exceptional personal care received at this hospital The only reason I can’t give it a 5 is because the internal wards are quite dated for such a high quality hospital Staff are what makes it. Thorough care and compassion
I throughly recommend this hospital. The staff were extremely competent, kind and friendly and the facilities were excellent and very thoroughly cleaned. Also, the food was amazing...
I was very well looked after from the moment I arrived by a team of caring professionals - from the tea lady to my surgeons, everyone was equally kind, helpful and compassionate, tending to my every want and need without prejudice... unlike my previous experiences at NHS hospitals.
I was a day patient in April for breast Cancer surgery. Everyone was very kind and attentive which made the experience pretty painless and as pleasant as possible, considering the circumstances and the fact that I had to attend unaccompanied due to the covid lockdown.
Bathroom bin lid did not open fully hence often rubbish not put in bin and fell on floor. Bathroom & room not cleaned properly. Floor not moped totally just from door to bathroom. Staff were friendly and Rod in ICU stands out for his care and interest in me & my operation.
I always felt that I was in safe hand