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Private Maternity Care Clinics & Hospitals

Please contact the clinics listed here to know more about the pregnancy care packages they offer. You may also want to look at private obstetricians, private midwives and related private maternity hospitals for delivery of your baby.

Alternatively, simply complete our enquiry form and we will forward it to the relevant specialists and private maternity care clinics on your behalf.

Related Article: Understanding The Cost Of Private Maternity Care In The UK

Related Resource: Private Midwifery Care Practices

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Celebrated the world over for it’s unparalleled maternity services, Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital offers the highest quality of care for women and their babies throughout the course of pregnancy and beyond. more...

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A trusted and celebrated private birthing facility for years upon years, The Lindo Wing at St Mary’s Hospital is known for its world-renowned consultants, midwives and staff — supporting you and ensuring the safest of care through every step of your pregnancy and delivery. more...

The Fetal Medicine Centre
137 Harley Street
London W1G 6BG
Greater London
Tel: 020 7486 0476
Fax: 020 7486 0294
Email: enquiries@FetalMedicine.com
Website: www.FetalMedicine.com

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Chloe S
Chloe S
Very professional and kind services from the booking to the actual appointment. Was bit worried as there were some negative reviews but i was very satisfied. I did my first scan somewhere else and it was good that I changed the clinic. So happy that I found somewhere reliable!
Harriet Correspondence
Harriet Correspondence
All-round excellent care when I visited the fetal medicine centre. My work is related to this area, so I had very detailed questions, but I was also just an emotional mum. The team took all of this in their stride and were so experienced and supportive. Well worth it.
T
T
Terrible reception staff. Quite unhelpful and rude. A terrible first impression. Very unprofessional, did nothing to assess needs and seemed to judge whether you were high risk or not based on your voice. Very strange. Much better service from the NHS.
Abigail
Abigail
This was the worst experience of my life. I went for the initial Harmony Test appointment to give blood and didn’t realise that at that time I would have a scan too so didn’t bring my husband. The sonographer offered a scan and I thought ‘why not’. When she did the belly scan and couldn’t see anything, she did an internal scan - I was starting to feel anxious at this point. When it was clear that there was no heartbeat and the baby was grossly undersized, the lady turned the screen to me and pointed to something the size of a grain of rice and said ‘that’s your baby’. She just didn’t get it - that my heart was broken and my baby dead. I was crying and she gave me a box of tissues and walked out of the room. I was then ‘transferred’ to a windowless vault to cry by myself - to say that there was no empathy would be a gross understatement. At my call, my husband arrived soon after and the receptionist said I’d already left when I hadn’t. He said I must be here so they came to look for me, forgotten in my vault. When he was finally brought to me, we left together, but not before the receptionist had rudely asked for the £100 owed. In comparison to the warmth and sympathy I’ve experienced since at the NHS, this was a cold, heartless, sterile place. I’m sure if people have good news there, they would think it’s great. But given the high chance of bad news, don’t risk it and go somewhere where the people who work there care about you and your baby.
Chirag Patel
Chirag Patel
The Professor and his team at The Fetal Medicine Centre offered my wife a great service with the extensive scans they provide. We had three scans at the clinic. The doctor provided a report for our NHS consultant. The Professors knowledge in the field is absolutely amazing. If people ever require evidence on his work just read one of his 1600 published papers or watch one of his documentaries. The Professor has truly devoted his life to fetal medicine.