HCA is a leading hospital group providing exceptional healthcare to patients throughout the UK. We have 20 cutting-edge facilities across the country. These include a host of eminent primary care clinics, as well as six world-renowned hospitals in central London: The Harley Street Clinic, The Lister Hospital, London Bridge Hospital, The Portland Hospital, The Princess Grace Hospital and The Wellington Hospital.
London is also home to the celebrated Leaders in Oncology Care centre, a specialist cancer clinic that leads with cutting-edge treatments and clinical trials and also the internationally renowned Sarah Cannon Research UK Centre, which specialises in the development of innovative cancer therapies. Outside London, our joint ventures in Manchester provide a Northern hub.
The Christie Clinic offers some of the latest, most advanced cancer treatments, and the Manchester Institute of Health and Performance (MIHP) provides specialist sports injury care. Meanwhile, the Wilmslow Hospital, 52 Alderley Road, gives the North of England access to exceptional general healthcare.
Each of our facilities is a centre of excellence where patients benefit from state-of-the-art equipment, as well as dedicated, industry-leading medical teams and renowned consultants with a breadth of specialisms including Oncology/Haematology, Orthopaedics, Neurosurgery, Paediatrics, Cardiology, Acute Adult Surgical and Intensive Care. It means that patients can expect exceptional standards across the board, in everything from general healthcare to the most complex surgical operations.
We employ over 4,500 people and are continuing to grow, treating over half a million patients a year. And our results are exceptional: over 98% of our patients would recommend us to their family and friends.
Our global business performance has enabled us to invest £201m in our UK hospitals in the last five years, representing 85% of profits. And we’re equally committed to investing in our people. From paid study leave to flexible benefits, we offer all the rewards and career development and progression opportunities you’d expect from a world-class healthcare provider – plus many more you wouldn’t. – less
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