How to find us
Paediatric Gastro UK LLP
The Portland Hospital Consulting Suite
234 Great Portland Street
London W1W 5QT
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The Paediatric Consulting Rooms at 234 Great Portland Street are directly opposite the Portland Hospital.
There are two nearby car parks; the NCP in Carburton Street or Union Carparks in Devonshire Row Mews. There is also meter parking in the surrounding streets.
There is also meter parking in the surrounding streets. The forecourt of the hospital is available for arrival and collection of patients only.
Great Portland Street Station and Regents Park Station (5 min walk)
An outpatient clinic is held at the Portland Hospital Consulting Rooms, 234 Great Portland Street, London W1 (Tel: 020 7390 8315) all day on a Tuesday and all day on a Wednesday between 9-10am until 6-7pm.
A referral from your general practitioner or Paediatrician is usually the best way forward to make an appointment to ensure that Professor Thomson has any relevant medical information or test results that may have been performed on your child. As clinics usually book a little in advance, you are very welcome to telephone to make an appointment prior to a referral letter being received to ensure a convenient time is held for you, the referral letter can then be sent to us by your doctor or alternatively you can bring this with you to the appointment.
To make an appointment please call 020 7390 8315, Monday to Friday, or email Prof Thomson. The office is closed all day on a Friday.
An initial consultation would usually last for about 30 minutes, if tests are needed some of these, ie x-rays, blood tests, can be performed following the appointment if before 7.00pm and an extra 45 minutes would usually be required for these.
For fee levels and other financial information please contact Kate King, Practice Manager.
Kate King: 0207 390 8315
Fax No: 020 3137 1685
If there is a shortfall on your policy, we will of course discuss this with you and it may be that a good case could be made to the insurance company as Paediatric Endoscopy is different from Adult Endoscopy and therefore charges are commensurately higher. A dialogue can occur with regards to these issues and it remains our highest imperative that your child is successfully and properly treated and financial issues are of secondary importance. Please do not hesitate to talk to us about these issues prior to consultation or investigation.