The London Clinic showcases innovations and excellence in cancer care at Arab Health 2020

The London Clinic, the UK’s leading independent private hospital and charity, located in London’s Harley Street Medical Area, is showcasing its innovations in cancer care, along with its leading group of oncology consultants, at Arab Health 2020.

The private hospital – which has high patient satisfaction scores of over 95% – is committed to building successful international relationships. Dr Nicholas Maisey, a consultant oncologist at The London Clinic, will be available alongside The London Clinic’s team at the Harley Street Medical Area Stand on the UK Pavilion (hall 2 stand H30) for speaking opportunities and interviews between the 25th – 29th January 2020.

Dr Maisey, clinical lead of Independent Oncology, a group of specialist cancer consultants in London, says: “I am delighted to be representing The London Clinic and Independent Oncology at Arab Health.

“This year will be exciting as we continue to see advances in cancer care, benefitting many people across the world by helping them fight cancer and live longer. London continues to be a global centre for cancer care, with The London Clinic a leading example of the standards of patient care and quality of services being available.”

At Arab Health 2020, The London Clinic will be showcasing that:

Nicholas da Costa, Head of International of The London Clinic, says: “Over 120,000 people from the Middle-East, China, US, UK and Europe visit The London Clinic every year to see one of over 600 leading consultants, in fields as diverse as cancer care, digestive diseases, musculoskeletal, and orthopaedics (including hips, knees, shoulders and fingers).

“The International team works to ensure that every patient receives the highest standard of support before, during and after admission into The London Clinic. We speak to every patient prior to their admission, to check what support they require. This can range from ensuring access to interpreters, that their children have accommodation and schooling, our chefs are aware of their cultural and religious needs for meals, or arranging a shopping trip for the patient’s family in nearby Oxford Street.”