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World-Class International Patient Service

Our International team provide world-class care to patients from across the globe. Our expertly trained team understand that visiting the hospital can be a worrying time, and can be especially…

Breathe again: New severe emphysema treatments

Thanks to innovative new treatments, our consultants can give chronic emphysema patients a new lease of life. Emphysema is a long-term progressive disease of the lungs that causes difficulty in…

Pioneering Treatment for Aortic Valve Disease

RB&HH experts hope the new Ozaki procedure could revolutionise the way surgery is carried out for patients with the life-threatening condition. As one of the country’s largest and most experienced…

Clarity on asthma: FeNO testing

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways characterised by variable and recurring respiratory symptoms, airflow limitation or obstruction and bronchial hyper responsiveness. Many diseases present with symptoms similar…

Professor Pascal Meier joins the trust

Professor Pascal Meier has been warmly welcomed to the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals NHS Trust. He was previously working at University Hospital Geneva (HUG) in Switzerland. Professor Meier is…

RB&HH to showcase the ground-breaking Ozaki procedure and VATS lobectomy surgery at Arab Health 2018

In January, RB&HH Specialist Care are set to attend Arab Health 2018, the largest healthcare exhibition and medical congress in the Middle East. During this year’s event, Mr Cesare Quarto…

Community Atrial Fibrillation Screening Scheme Expanded

The collaborative scheme screening undiagnosed atrial fibrillation (AF) run by the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals NHS Trust and 10 community pharmacies in Hillingdon has been rolled out to 2,000…

Heart attack care dangerously unequal for women, study finds

Women are being left at risk of repeat heart attacks and early death because doctors see heart disease as a male problem, a new study has shown. Researchers from The University…