GP DirectWe offer easy access and convenient referrals on a named or unnamed basis. We will liaise with GPs and their practices, consultants and their secretaries, and patients, to ensure appointments are made quickly and easily.
- Rapid access to our experienced medical team, including expert consultants.
- Clean, safe and modern facilities – providing all the necessary support services and direct access to the onsite high dependency and intensive treatment units.
- A resident doctor onsite to care for and review patients 24 hours a day.
- Referral support or, if you prefer, we can liaise with patients directly. To refer a patient please contact HCA Connect on 020 7079 4344 or, if you would like to speak to a member of our team onsite, 01708 435 237.
- Peace of mind. You can relax knowing that your patients are being looked after.
If you would like to refer a patient you can use the downloadable form at the bottom of this page or contact us on 020 7079 4344.
We provide a series of GP Educational events. These sessions are led and presented by our team of expert consultants. Sessions alternate between evening seminars held at the dedicated Education Centre onsite at Queen’s Hospital (onsite parking provided) or Saturday morning conferences hosted at local venues. For more information about upcoming GP educational events or to request a specific topic that you are interested in, please contact us.
Other information you may find interesting…
Harley Street at Queen’s is staffed and managed by HCA Healthcare UK and is a joint partnership with Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust.
HCA Healthcare UK has partnered with a number of large NHS Trusts across the UK including University College Hospital, The Christie and, most recently, Guy’s and St Thomas’. These partnerships provide private healthcare for patients within the security of large NHS hospitals. This means we can treat both simple and complex conditions safely. Whilst doing so, our facilities raise vital income for our NHS partners, which can be used to improve and expand NHS services.