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The Harley Medical Group is founded on care and our Medical Professionals are at the heart of this.

Our Plastic Surgeons are highly skilled, qualified and innovative and also have collective years of experience.

The General Medical Council (GMC) lists all Surgeons in the UK and those that specialise in Plastic Surgery. We accept membership of various professional associations, such as the British Association of Plastic Surgeons (BAPS) and the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS).

We will not accept a Cosmetic Surgeon unless they are on the UK's General Medical Council as a Plastic Surgeon. As well as being registered, we also believe it is vital that your Cosmetic Surgeon has plenty of experience. In fact, your Plastic Surgeon should be carrying out Cosmetic Surgery operations daily.

Our Medical Advisory Committee of Plastic Surgeons is headed by an independent medical advisor who was previously an NHS consultant in Plastic Surgery. We provide the highest standards of treatment and care in our hospitals.

All our medical staff are approachable, competent and available to you 24 hours a day. Each of our fully staffed clinics are recognised centres of excellence in Cosmetic Surgery.

The Gisburne Park Hospital


Park Road, Gisburn, Lancashire, BB7 4HX

Tel: 01200 455693

BMI Gisburne Park Hospital in Gisburn, Ribble Valley is part of BMI Healthcare, Britain's leading provider of independent healthcare with a nationwide network of hospitals and clinics performing more complex surgery than any other private healthcare provider in the country. Their commitment is to quality and value, providing facilities for advanced surgical procedures together with friendly, professional care.

BMI Gisburne Park Hospital is a Grade I listed building set in beautiful parkland with 24 bedrooms all offering the privacy and comfort of en-suite facilities, satellite TV and telephone. The hospital has 2 theatres, 5 spacious Consulting Rooms and a fully equipped Physiotherapy Suite. The Hospital caters for a mixture of surgical and medical patients.

This specialist expertise is supported by caring and professional medical staff, with dedicated nursing teams and Resident Medical Officers on duty 24 hours a day, providing care within a friendly and comfortable environment.

Getting to the hospital

BMI Gisburne Park Hospital is situated on the A59 and is easily accessible via all motorway networks.

From the M6, take Junction 31, follow the A59 east, towards Skipton, for about 20 miles into Gisburn. After passing the Auction Mart.

From the M65, take Junction 13 (Barrowford / Kendal) and follow A682 into Gisburn. At the cross road proceed straight across to Park Road.

From Skipton travelling west on the A59 (towards Clitheroe / Preston). Once in the village of Gisburn, straight across the mini roundabout and Park Road is on the right at the crossroads opposite the A682.


You will be greeted at the main reception on arrival.


The Highgate Hospital

Highgate Private hospital

The Harley Medical Group | Highgate Hosptial

17-19 View Road, Highgate, London. N6 4DJ

Tel: 020 8341 4182

Easily accessible from Central London and the Home Counties, Highgate Hospital is a private hospital located in the centre of leafy Highgate, North London.

The hospital opened in 1980, and has been part of Aspen Healthcare since 2003.  We pride ourselves on our high standards of nursing care and friendly atmosphere, and continuously invest in medical technology, staff, training and facilities.

Getting to the hospital

By Tube

Highgate Station (Northern Line) is a 10 minute walk from the hospital. 

When exiting the station use exit 3, turn right onto Archway Road walking past The Woodman’s Pub. Cross over at the junction on the left hand side walking past the Post Office. Continue walking down the road until you reach Church Road on your left. Then proceed walking straight until you reach a crossing, cross over into View Road where you will locate Highgate Private Hospital on the right hand side towards the end of the road.

Alternatively, there is a taxi rank opposite East Finchley Station (Northern Line), which is also nearby.

By Bus 

Bus routes 134, 43 and 263 run to Highgate Station, routes 214, 271 and 210 run to Highgate village, and route 143 runs along North Hill. 

The hospital is a short walk from any of these bus stops.

By Car 

The hospital is not in London's congestion charging zone.  Limited free car parking is available at the hospital however please be aware that parking restrictions are in place on the roads surrounding the hospital.

Parking Facilities

There is limited onsite parking in our small car park located either side of the hospital’s main entrance.  If there are no spaces, you can park on the roads surrounding the hospital but please be aware that there are parking restrictions.

The parking restrictions apply Monday - Friday between 10am - 12noon. Roads to park during these times include: Bishopswood Road, Hampstead Lane, Yeatman Road, Storey Road, Gaskell Road, Kenwood Road and Tyne Way.

During your stay

Even if you are a day case we recommend you brinf the following: 

  • Nightwear, dressing gown and slippers.
  • If you are staying for a few days, you may also like to bring casual clothing to wear towards the end of your recuperation. 
  • Personal toiletries (although items such as towels will be provided).
  • Books or magazines to read during your stay.
  • Any medication you are currently taking in the original labelled containers.
    • Please pass your medication in its original packaging/bottle to your nurse who will make sure that it is safe for you to carry on taking.

We strongly recommend that you do not bring any valuables, jewellery, large amounts of cash, credit cards or cheque book. If this is unavoidable there are personal safes in most of the patient bedrooms which you can use.  However, please note the Hospital cannot accept any responsibility for valuables kept on the premises.

Visiting Hours

Friends and relatives are welcome to visit at any time throughout the day, but we ask that after 9.30pm all visitors liaise with our nursing staff.  

on departure

You will be advised by your consultant or your nurse how long you will need to stay in hospital for. 

Discharge time is 9am on the day of your departure.  We strongly recommend that you ask a friend or relative to collect you as you should not drive your car for at least 24 hours after surgery. 

If you need to take any medication following your departure, this will be given to you when you leave. 


London Welbeck Hospital

The London Welbeck Hospital

27 Welbeck Street, London. W1G 8EN

Tel: 020 7224 2242

The Harley Medical Group | London Welbeck Hospital

The London Welbeck Hospital, was established as a hosptial over 90 years ago and has specialised in Cosmetic Surgery for over 25 years with a distinctive reputation for service excellence. 

Situated in the heart of the London medical scene, our hospital has a welcoming environment, where our dedicated team are friendly, professional and committed to providing an excellent standard of care for patients, from the moment they walk in at the reception, to the moment they are discharged.

The hospital is registered with the Care Quality Commission, and all Surgeons are subject to a robust screening service before they are granted admitting rights within the hospital.

Getting to the hospital


From Bond Street cross Oxford Street and head down James Street until you reach Wigmore Street. Turn left and take the third street on the left into Welbeck Street.

Train stations

  • The nearest main line stations are Marylebone, Charing Cross and Euston.
  • Closest  tube  stations  are  Bond  Street  (0.4km)  Oxford  Circus  (0,6km)  Regents  Park (0.8km)

Parking Facilities

  • NCP, Welbeck Street, London W1G 0BB
  • Harley Street Masterpark, Queen Anne Mews, Marylebone, London W1G 8HF 

There are also a limited number of parking meters available along Welbeck Street and the surrounding area.

on departure

You will be advised by your consultant or your nurse how long you will need to stay in hospital for. 

Discharge time is 9am on the day of your departure.  We strongly recommend that you ask a friend or relative to collect you as you should not drive your car for at least 24 hours after surgery. 

If you need to take any medication following your departure, this will be given to you when you leave. 


The Chelmsford Hospital

The Chelmsford Hospital

Fenton House, 85-89 New London Road, Chelmsford. CM2 0PP

Tel: 01245 253760

The Harley Medical Group | The Chelmsford Hospital

The Chelmsford is a private day surgery hospital in the heart of Essex specialising in day case and minimally invasive treatment and surgery.  The hospital has state-of-the-art treatment and surgical facilities and prides themselves on their high standards of nursing care. The Chelmsford is continually investing in medical technology, staff, training and facilities. 

The Harley Medical Group uses the Chelmsford Hospital because it receives excellent feedback about the quality of their service and the caring and friendly attitudes of their staff.  99% of the patients say they would recommend them. Our patients also comment that visiting The Chelmsford is much more relaxed than visiting a hospital and some who don’t like traditional hospital environments have said how much calmer they feel when visiting this facility.

On Arrival

Satellite Navigation

Please be aware that some satellite navigation systems misdirect people to the eastern side of Parkway rather than New London Road.

Parking Facilities

Parking for patients and visitors can be found at the front and rear of the hospital. 

  • At the front: Bays 12-16 (marked CMC)
  • At the rear (through the tunnel and turn left): Bays 29-34 (marked CMC)

Please ask security desk for assistance finding a space if you are having difficulty. 

During Your  Stay


Please wear loose fitting comfortable clothes. Please also bring a pair of socks/slippers and a dressing gown to wear whilst recovering. 

Day Case Patients

Please be aware as usual practice for patients undergoing surgery as a day case that you will be accommodated in comfortable reclining chairs rather than in a hospital bed; the chairs are situated in a peaceful day lounge. 


For the comfort of all, unfortunately relatives cannot be accommodated in the patients lounge but are welcome to wait in the reception area where tea and coffee facilities and a selection of magazines and papers are available. 


Please arrange to be collected from the hospital before 5pm


First Trust Hospital

First Trust Hospital

D'urton Lane, Preston. PR3 5LD
Tel: 01772 860 884

First Trust Hospital is a privately owned, independent hospital situated in its own grounds north of Preston. It was established in April 2005.

Our aim is to provide the highest possible standards of care for all our patients. First Trust Hospital maintains a relaxed and friendly atmosphere making your stay in hospital as comfortable as possible.

Getting to the Hospital

We are located north of Preston off the A6 in a semi-rural, private location.

Junction 32 of the M6 or Junction 1 of the M55 is the required exit for the A6 northbound (signposted to Garstang).

D’urton Lane is just 50 metres north of the roundabout (on the right hand side).

Turn right into D’urton Lane from the A6 and travel approximately 800 metres to just before D’urton Lane passes underneath the motorway.

Do not pass under the motorway.

Just a few metres before the motorway bridge, turn left into the private access road to the First Trust Hospital.  This is identified by a sign set back from D’urton Lane.  Keep to the left. 

The car park is on the left.  The hospital entrance is in front of you.

On arrival

The hospital is surrounded by mature trees and vegetation and it is impossible to see from the road.  The access road is partly obscured by a cottage on the west corner.  Access is however immediately before D’urton Lane passes beneath the motorway.  

Parking Facilities

There is adequate free car parking available for patients, relatives and visitors.

Please note that all patients who are due to have surgery should not eat for 6 hours before admission. You may take clear liquids (e.g. water) up to 2 hours before your admission time. 

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