Monday, 9 December 2013

State of the Art Vein Clinic being built in Central London

On Tuesday 10th December 2013, building work commences on The Whiteley Clinic, London. Situated just off Oxford Street and opposite The Royal Society of Medicine, The Whiteley Clinic London sits within the W1 medical area of London, at the origin of Wimpole Street and just around the corner from the central end of Harley Street.

State of the Art Vein Clinic being built in London - Open April 2014
The Whiteley Clinic London, W1 

In addition to high resolution duplex ultrasound machines for the accurate diagnosis of varicose veins and other venous conditions, The Whiteley Clinic London will have 2 fully equipped endovenous operating theatres, one having additional Philips x-ray equipment for pelvic vein embolisation and other X-ray guided vein techniques.

Situated between Oxford Street Tube Station and Bond Street Tube station (with the new Cross Rail terminal) and being about 200m from Cavendish Square with it’s large underground car park, The Whiteley Clinic London is easily accessible by both public transport and private car.
The clinic will offer the very latest endovenous diagnoses and treatments for varicose veins, thread veins, leg ulcers and related venous problems, all guided by The Whiteley Protocol™. The Whiteley Clinic Guildford, situated in the University of Surrey Research Park will continue to be the central hub for teaching, research and developing, making sure that all doctors, vascular technologists and nurses working in any of The Whiteley Clinics will provide the same excellent care no matter in which location.
The Whiteley Clinic London is due to be open by 1st April 2014, following on from The Whiteley Clinic Bristol, which is due to open in mid January 2014.
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Telephone: 01483 477180

1 comment:

  1. Well done Mark, hope to visit your new clinic in the future.


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