All of our centres are accessible and have excellent facilities with state of the art technology.
Below is more in-depth information about each centre to help you plan your visit. All of our centres are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), meaning you can trust they uphold the highest possible standards of care.
The Platinum Medical Centre prides itself on being the UK’s largest private diagnostic and outpatient centre. It is easily accessible by tube, being very close to St. John’s Wood station which is serviced by the Jubilee line.
Within the Platinum Medical Centre you can find a coffee shop on the ground floor. This is an ideal waiting place for anyone you bring with you on the day of your surgery to grab a refreshment, alternatively they are also able to wait for you upstairs.
We operate at The Platinum Medical Centre every other Wednesday afternoon and we can happily operate on both self-pay and most insured patients.
The hospital has a modern interior with friendly staff who will be happy to help you with any of your needs. If you do have your surgery here, you may notice the animated pictures, keep an eye out for them!
As a patient at Optegra Eye Hospital you will have your own patient room. You will go to this room prior to your surgery where you will find a small unit to safely lock your belongings away. After your operation, you will return here to recover. There is always a spare seat in the recovery room so if you do bring someone with you on the day of your surgery they are welcome to wait for you here.
We operate at Optegra Eye Hospital every other Wednesday and Friday and can carry out all lens surgery here whether you are insured or self-pay.
The new purpose-built home of the eye centre was opened in the summer of 2011 by HRH Princess Alexandra. The modern interior creates an open and clean feel to the clinic.
We hold consultations here every Tuesday morning where you can see our consultants and have a full range of diagnostic tests to enable us to agree a bespoke eye treatment plan for you. We can also perform YAG laser treatment here if necessary.
If you require surgery, we ask you to come to their hospital day unit around the corner at 20 Devonshire place where we have an operating list every other Friday afternoon.
The London Clinic Hospital is a large building located at the top end of Devonshire Place. The hospital inside has an authentic feel as the corridors are decked with wood. The elevator on the ward is one of our favourites with a seat to rest your legs on the way up to theatre!
We can book you in for treatment at the day surgery unit (DSU) at The London Clinic theatre whether you are self- pay or insured and run a list there every other Friday afternoon.
Our lead clinician and founder Mr Ali Mearza will be based in the Chiswick clinic on a Wednesday morning and will be able to assess your eyes and recommend an individual plan for you. If you need further tests or surgery we will be able to treat you at one of our specialist eye hospitals in Central London. There is an onsite pharmacy so you can collect any prescribed medication without having to travel.
The centre is located in Bond House, 345 Chiswick High Road near Chiswick Business Park.
There are plenty of bike racks for those who wish to cycle. Alternatively, the nearest stations are Gunnersbury underground and overground (3 minute walk) and Chiswick Park tube (5 minute walk). There is limited parking on site and pay and display parking in the neighbouring side roads.
For our international patients, Heathrow airport is just a 15 minute taxi ride away.