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About Your Stay

About Your Stay

All hospital-based surgery at London Bridge Orthopaedics is usually carried out at London Bridge Hospital. With over 100 rooms, this is one of the largest private hospitals in the UK, we aim to make your stay as convenient and comfortable as possible. Standard inpatient rooms at the hospital are single with air conditioning and en-suite bathroom facilities including a shower. Many rooms overlook the River Thames while others overlook the attractive internal atrium.

Each bedroom has TV, satellite channels, radio, direct dial telephone, a fridge and a Nurse Call system. We can arrange daily newspapers, books and a number of business services. We are happy to discuss all your needs, including personal, medical, cultural and dietary preferences before your admission, so that everything is in place when you arrive. For more information on your hospital stay, please visit the London Bridge Hospital website.

Consultants who care

We are a group of established consultants who care about our patients. We cover all the subspecialty areas of orthopaedics:

  • Hand & Wrist
  • Shoulder & Elbow
  • Spine
  • Foot & Ankle
  • Hip
  • Knee

Meet the team at London Bridge Orthopaedics.

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