London Bridge Hospital
In 1967, the Kuwait Investment Office acquired the
land between the Tower of London and the South Bank.
A hospital was built, predominantly for Kuwaiti patients,
and was named London Bridge Hospital (owned by
St Martin’s Healthcare).
HCA Group purchased the hospital in 2000. Dedicated
to private healthcare excellence, the hospital has since
been proud to offer patients from all over the world
advanced surgical and medical treatments across a wide
range of specialties. We provide a unique, integrated
approach to patient care, delivered by world-leading
Consultants from London’s top teaching hospitals,
supported by professional and friendly clinical staff.
In 2012, the hospital won the Laing and Buisson
Award in the ‘Best Medical Practice’ category.
Providing ever-increasing complex procedures and
treatments, the hospital has continued to expand and
grow. The site has been transformed and updated;
however, notable historic features, such as the art
deco decoration of St Olaf House, which was taken
on by London Bridge Hospital in 2005, have been
preserved. Services based at St Olaf House now include
the London Lupus Centre, the London Liver Centre and
day surgery, whilst the main hospital boasts seven
state-of-the-art operating theatres.
Emblem House has 36 consulting rooms, an on-site
pharmacy, a patient registration area, a dedicated
physiotherapy unit and a rehabilitation gym.
29 Tooley Street houses the Cancer Treatment Suite
and One-Stop Breast Clinics.
The hospital also has five Outpatient Diagnostic and
Treatment Centres across the City and the South East,
offering rapid access to world-class Consultants at