Why is London the medical tourism centre of excellence for the world?

London is still the number one choice for thousands of health tourists. The capital's teaching and private hospitals are consistently rated as the world’s best centres of excellence and with good reason; some of the most remarkable medical breakthroughs have happened in London due to our unsurpassed levels of medical academia and the intensity of research.

London doctors continue to save the world. Some of the most important leaps in healthcare technology came out of London’s teaching hospitals and the centres of academic brilliance in southern England.

London leads the way in pushing back the frontiers of medicine in fields such as stem cell technology and islet transplantation for diabetes.

London boasts some of the best teaching hospitals in the world including Imperial College and The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Research from these establishments is truly global. The doctors are facilitated to utilise results and work from their research and bring this state-of-the-art technology and knowledge into their practice. This ensures that London doctors are always at the leading edge of patient care delivery assuring you of the best that modern medicine can offer.

London is a world centre of excellence for health service delivery, medical research and the training of doctors, nurses and other health care professionals.
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