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The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery
Queen Square, London, UK
  • The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery at Queen Square is UK's largest hospital dedicated to the treament of neurosurgical and neurological disease and is the first institution in the world founded in 1859 exclusively for treatment of brain conditions.
  • There are over 6,000 inpatients, 120,000 outpatients and 8,000 day cases treated each year. The hospital is dedicated to clinical excellence, education and research.
  • There are five dedicated neurosurgical thetares including an intraoperative MRI suite, a 15-bed state of the art Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit, a leading academic neuropathology department offering molecular brain tumour diagnostics, a Gamma knife unit and intraoperative neurophysiology.   
  • It is the main University Hospital of the University College London (UCL) which is frequently ranked among the top 10 univeristies in the wolrd.
  • In the UCL campus there are more than 400 neurscience laboratories producing research and publications ranked number 2 in the world. Seven of the world’s top 50 most highly cited neuroscientists come from UCL.
BUPA Cromwell Hospital
Cromwell Road, London, UK
  • The Cromwell Hospital is a state-of-the-art private facility purpose built and opened in 1981 for complex procedures and excellence in patient care. It has established a reputation for innovation and is continually investing in the world’s most advanced  diagnostic and treatment technologies.
  • The hospital was acquired by  Bupa, the leading global healthcare company, in March 2008
  • Patients are referred throughout the UK and from more than 100 other countries. The International Patient Centre is a dedicated service to assist patients and their families travelling from abroad for treatment.
  • The Cromwell Hospital is CQC (independed regulator of health and social care in England) fully compliant. 

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