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Private Postnatal Care Hospitals

Please contact the clinics listed here to know more about the postnatal care they offer. Alternatively, you may wish to complete our enquiry form and we will forward it to relevant private postnatal care clinics on your behalf.

BMI Coombe Wing
Level 7, Esher Wing
Kingston Hospital NHS Trust
Kingston upon Thames KT2 7QB
Tel: 020 8546 6677
Website: www.bmihealthcare.co.uk/coombewing

Google Rating
2.3
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Doyin Ade
Doyin Ade
She was greedy, provided very little help spent less than 20 mins and demanded £700.

Neighbourhood Midwives
34b York Way
London N1 9AB
Greater London
Tel: 020 8874 6624
Email: info@neighbourhoodmidwives.org.uk
Website: www.neighbourhoodmidwives.org.uk

Google Rating
5
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Sophie Kirkham
Sophie Kirkham
Expert midwives, one-to-one care and a professionalism you can rely upon for pregnancy, birth and beyond. Highly Recommended.

Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital
Sir Stanley Clayton Ward,
Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital,
Du Cane Road,
London W12 0HS
Tel: +44 (0) 20 3313 3925 / 1466
Email: SirStanley.Clayton@imperial.nhs.uk
Website: www.imperialprivatehealthcare.co.uk

Google Rating
3.9
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ioana suditu
ioana suditu
My experience is related to EPU team. This is an amazing department with very experienced staff. I've had a miscarriage and got pregnant soon after, I've got no words to thank the team for the amazing support and care they have offered. I am very happy with you all, THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!! And keep it up! Warmest hugs and thoughts to you all! God bless!
John K
John K
Even though the maternity services where good enough the birth experience was the worst it can be. We were going for normal birth, dilated up to 6cm and the, apparently most stupid midwife in the world for 8 hours was saying "stop pushing baby, just breath your oxygen". We were asking for epidural to be done as soon as possible but no, they had their own plans. After already in contractions for 5 hours they decide to come in; being in unbelievable pain it takes around 30 minutes to get my wife ready and then their beeper beeps for an emergency and they leave us for another 3 hours waiting in total pain and the midwife saying every 3 minutes "don't push baby...". They finally changed shifts at 9am (we were there since 5pm) and the new ones decided that we go for emergency c-section. We just wanted the nightmare to finish. Just to mention the waters broke at 10pm so open for infections for 11 hours. The theater (surgery) was nothing like expected. Around 8 people around coming and leaving while my wife's internals where wide open. The door was opening every minute and someone new was coming or leaving and of course old school non-dissolvable sutures with needle. Even though everything seemed that went good enough we stayed in for 5 more days. No one came to check the baby for 3 whole days; gave pills and checks to my wife but no check on the baby. So our little one got a fever of 39 and only then they decided, after we ask them, to call for a doctor. The doctor said that we need to give antibiotics to the baby just in case it had sepsis. It seems that the baby was trying to breastfeed for 3 days and mother didn't had milk yet so sucking for so long made him sick. At the moment we fed him by bottle the fever dropped to normal but they kept giving to this little baby 3 more doses of antibiotics even though we asked not to. 9am of the 5th day they say we will get discharged so we asked to remove the needle from baby's hand. They are so slow that I went to ask again at 2:30pm to do that but the midwife was in lunch brake. A good lady finally came at 4:30. Of course it didn't end there. After we went back home we were told to expect a midwife the next day to remove the stitches. It appears the email left the hospital the next day (Saturday at 10:30am) so no one knew about our discharge and no one came. After many calls they decided to come on Sunday. To conclude. "Worst Birth Experience Ever". We went there after reading good reviews but something has changed and the management need to take real actions like discharge themselves. Personnel also needs better recruitment process.
Stuart Laing
Stuart Laing
My wife and I had our 20 week scan here. The staff are absolutely brilliant. The lady who gave the scan was personable, warm and caring. Made us feel very special. Can't rate them high enough. Thank you.
Reyes Gutierrez
Reyes Gutierrez
Horrible, Horrible, Horrible I gave birth to my first child here. I had a very bad experience with my antenatal appointments: Several times they lost my blood results, very bad treat from some midwifes, but birth experience was a nightmare! The toilets in the ante natal room where I had to stay for 2 days due to there were no beds available, the toilets there were disgusting and with blood everywhere. But the worse was yet to come when after 15 hours labour, the doctor came to tell us that the midwife had calibrated wrong the heart machine and my baby's heartbeat was not recognized! My tear got infected and I think part was due to the poor hygienic conditions... They are overloaded and they treat you like chicken in a production line!
Atanas Markov
Atanas Markov
Amazing neonatal care. Nurses are amazing. Have no words to express our gratitude! You are the best !
Marjane Carvalho
Marjane Carvalho
So far I am very impressed with the service in this hospital. Was waiting for about 6 weeks a letter from St Thomas and never arrived so decided to subscribe to have my baby at Queen's charlottes as recommended by my private midwife. Less than a week later had all my appointment letters for the following week. Today I had my first scan and the lady was so friendly, I felt as well treated as in a private scan I did previously. The lady took her time and was very helpful. The reception staff were so helpful too, they accommodated my requests about timing to take blood as I was late for a meeting and the lady that took my blood was so amazing that I didn't feel a thing. Thank you dear team, I feel very reassured so far to have my baby there.

The Kensington Wing at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
369 Fulham Road
London SW10 9NH
Greater London
Tel: 020 3315 8616
Tel: 020 3315 8150
Email: kensington@chelwest.nhs.uk
Website: www.chelwest.nhs.uk/private-care/kensington-wing

Google Rating
4.1
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Liz Poulton
Liz Poulton
I've had my daughter and son born here, and each time, baby and I were well looked after. I am grateful for all the help I received. I would have given 5 stars, but deduct one only because I was told that the hospital doesn't do neonatal circumcision for those that request it. (Turns out that if you have a baby boy, you CAN have him circumcised in the private outpatients wing. I would like to have known at the time, as I ended up going elsewhere to have this done for my son.)
The VBA
The VBA
My wife was admitted with acute sepsis to the Acute Assessment Unit- 2 weeks ago the treatment there was fantastic professional and highly skilled. Maureen and myself would like to thank all of the staff for their dedication, she is now doing well. thanks again Malcolm Wright
Jon Edwards
Jon Edwards
Been in twice for bumps and breaks and seen within 2 hours both times. All brand new and clean. Staff as always in the NHS excellent. Better than George's or St Thomas' for wait times and have everything they do. I'd travel the extra 10 mins or so for a walk in to A&E. My niece was born here and that was also (apparently!) Excellent.. Pharmacy opposite and plenty of food options in the area if your in for a wait. Underground parking also on site, albeit expensive as you'd expect for a central London parking location.
Stretch Darkmagi
Stretch Darkmagi
Great staff and knowledgeable consultants. Starbucks and subway are just outside A costa franchise - Cafe Qualitá on ground floor nice loyalty card system. Restaurant on lower ground floor
Hussain
Hussain
Twice I've taken my daughter here, and both times the children's department has been amazing. Great staff, very friendly and very professional.

The Knutsford Suite
Watford General Hospital
Watford WD18 0HB
Hertfordshire
Tel: 01923 217129
Email: sue.howard@whht.nhs.uk
Website: www.theknutsfordsuite.co.uk

The Lindo Wing of St Mary’s
The Lindo Wing
St Mary’s Hospital
Praed Street
London W2 1NY
Greater London
Tel: 020 3311 7700
Fax: +44 (0) 20 3312 6224
Email: lindomaternity@imperial.nhs.uk
Website: www.imperialprivatehealthcare.co.uk

The Portland Hospital
205 – 209 Great Portland Street
London W1W 5AH
Greater London
Tel: 020 7390 6068
Fax: 020 7390 8012
Email: info.portland@hcahealthcare.co.uk
Website: www.ThePortlandHospital.com

Google Rating
4
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Claire White
Claire White
I had both my boys circumcised here as newborns (for health and hygiene reasons). Each time I have been very happy with how it was handled from start to finish. For my boys it appeared to be virtually pain free, and in each case, they healed within a week. It's been much easier to keep them clean now that there is no foreskin there, and the result looks comfortable for both of them. I would readily recommend this place if you are expecting a baby boy and plan on having him circumcised.
lord alrubaie
lord alrubaie
Rude staff! Bad customer service! Unhelpful! Especially when you're not there for fun! Had to make a complaint twice, and both times the duty manager didn't even bother to come back to me apologise or anything! I was left a voicemail from the accounts department with screaming and swearing in the background clearly another unhappy customer! I will avoid the Portland if possible! I will most certainly do my best to avoid the Portland hospital they need to train their staff starting with the duty manager!
Letícia Reis
Letícia Reis
The best hospital in the world. The best service I have ever encountered, super recommend, so I give 5 stars grace!
Rita Chiriaco
Rita Chiriaco
I can't be thankful enough to have had both my children at the portland hospital! The midwives were always by my side and no matter what I needed they did their best to help the pain after my c section! I also am very happy to have met an excellent obstrician Mr Etienne Horner who stood by me every minute and came to visit me every day to see how I was!
David Stephens
David Stephens
I can't say enough good things about the Portland. Having just returned from a three night stay for my wife to give birth to our baby son - there is no better place I'm aware of that you could go to. The staff work tirelessly to create a safe haven for you to start your new family life together. The midwives are second to none - no question too big or too small for them to deal with; and the care, attention and advice my wife received was amazing. Clearly a lot of stress is placed on a woman's body in childbirth, and the professionalism with which they dealt with potentially embarrassing issues was outstanding. Simply, the amount of effort every single person we dealt with put in to ensuring my wife and baby were healthy, comfortable and had everything they need will not be something that we forget. Rather than the first day of our baby's life being stressful and "an ordeal" - he entered the world to mum and dad relaxed and ready to take on the challenge, and whilst incredibly nerve-wracking, will be something that we remember fondly. Quite possibly the only "downside", if it could be considered that, is that if we're lucky enough to have another child we plan to go to the Portland again as now nowhere else could possibly match it!

The Westminster Maternity Suite
St Thomas' Hospital
Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7EH
Greater London
Tel: 020 7188 3457
Email: westminstermaternitysuite@gstt.nhs.uk
Website: www.guysandstthomasprivatehealthcare.co.uk/units/the-private-maternity-suite/

Google Rating
4.2
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Joanne Gibbons
Joanne Gibbons
This, although sounds odd, was my best experience on an Emergency Department. When I arrived, I was visibly distressed. The lady who was on reception was lovely and immediately got the Sister on duty who ushered me to a room so I could have some privacy. The Psych Liaison was brilliant and got me a bed on a ward really quickly. My experience on Evan Jones ward was just as positive.
Daniela Vidas
Daniela Vidas
St Thomas day assessment unit: take some food and water with. I am waiting here since more than 2 1/2 hours. Asked at the reception how long it will still take. Maybe 1 or two or three hours. They don't know. Oh so what are you doing there behind your counter if you don't even have a plan what's going on. The waiting time would be ok if the staff wouldn't be rude and really arrogant. They have a water dispenser here. But why should they refill it? They are way to busy chatting to each other since hours. So just be quiet and wait. Don't come up with the idea and ask how long it will still take.
Amy Jeffery
Amy Jeffery
I had a great experience at the A&E after a sporting injury. All the staff I came into contact with were attentive, kind, calm, helpful and funny (the doctor particularly). I was in and out in 3 hours (with cast and sling) and can't fault any of it. Excellent ad for the NHS.
Romi Rodriguez
Romi Rodriguez
My husband had to be admitted after new year's eve. It was a hard time for us but the staff from this hospital made his stay more pleasant. It makes you realise that paying your tax is not in vain. Don't have words to express my gratitude towards the staff.
moseley
moseley
After the first queue to check in, there is another wait to register a turn which took 20 minutes. Then, although the approximate waiting time has been stated on the reception, 2 hours in my case, it took me three hours to get to be seen by a nurse and the generic response is "sorry for the wait." By the time I finally saw the GP, I had explained my whole physical problem 4 times. Even though she was nice, it's safe to say it's not worth the 4 hours process. If you need to be seen there, ask for the '5 minutes walk' GP contacts they provide.