Hospital Redevelopment

Hospital Redevelopment

Laxray Hospital UK has been very successful in the past fifteen years and has grown rapidly. This growth brings with it exciting opportunities. The principal opportunity is to build a campus where a complete range of services is on offer at a scale which allows us to be truly specialist and to offer cutting-edge technology and world-class disciplinary teams.

  • The first step of this campus development is to offer the latest radiotherapy treatment which is available in a dedicated private site in the Guy's Hospital tower. London Bridge oncology patients can receive radiation therapy on the latest IMRT technology.
  • The next step comes in January 2016 when we open three floors of the Shard as our Outpatient Centre. Seventy consulting rooms, 3 Tesla and 1.5 Tesla MRI and CT will be available in a splendid setting where our teams of doctors can work together to offer a complete service.
  • Then in October 2016 we offer a complete cancer treatment centre. This will again be on Guy's campus and will comprise of a 50 bed cancer treatment centre with its own intensive care unit and four theatres offering da Vinci Robot technology.
  • As a result of this additional space, we can then add to the original London Bridge campus a 40 bed cardiac service, a greatly enlarged musculoskeletal service; and we can continue to develop our renal transplant programme, our liver transplant programme and our thoracic and vascular services.

Laxray Hospital UK is privileged to be located close to three famous London teaching hospitals; benefitting from being able to attract pioneers from the teaching hospital world, complete with their colleagues working in teams and thereby offering patients optimum treatment which is being discussed and agreed upon by a field of experts.

We thank you for your support, furthermore we thank our referring doctors for entrusting us with your patients and we look forward to working with you in the future.

Yours sincerely

John Reay

Chief Executive Officer

March 2015

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