Private Dialysis In London

Private Dialysis In London

Our private dialysis services are provided at the Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead .

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At Royal Free Hospital, we are committed to providing our patients with the highest level of care, comfort, and convenience. Our modern facility is equipped with the latest technology and amenities to ensure that your dialysis treatment is as comfortable and stress-free as possible. 

We offer state-of-the-art dialysis facilities and equipment to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible throughout your treatment. Our dedicated staff will work with you to create a personalised treatment plan that suits your needs and preferences. Our team will provide you with comprehensive support throughout the dialysis process, from initial assessment to ongoing care.

Why choose Royal Free Hospital?

The Royal Free London Private Patients Unit has an international reputation for the provision of world-class dialysis services.

Opened in 2013, our dialysis unit is one of the largest private dialysis units in the UK. We are dedicated to delivering the highest standards of care to our patients and are proud to offer:

  • Dialysis treatment for international patients
  • Fully equipped seven treatment stations. We have morning sessions and afternoon sessions, Monday to Saturday 0800 to 2000.
  • One of the lowest and most competitive rates in London. We will provide all-inclusive care pathways, priced weekly
  • Active dialysis research programme and employing the latest techniques
  • Access to different funding options for self-payers, insured patients, insured international and sponsored patients with guarantee letters from approved government health offices
  • Our dialysis unit is run by senior dialysis nursing staff who are committed to providing the highest standards of care, supervised by Dr Peter Dupont, an experienced consultant nephrologist. 
  • Holiday dialysis  — you may need to have consultation before taking dialysis with us, speak to the member of our staff for more information. 

We are committed to reinvesting all the profits generated from the private patients unit back into the NHS. Find out how we support the NHS.

Methods of dialysis we offer

When the kidneys are not functioning properly, dialysis carries out the task of filtering toxins and harmful waste products from the blood instead.

What happens during dialysis treatment?

Dialysis is a medical treatment that helps people with kidney failure filter harmful waste products and excess fluids from their blood. This life-sustaining procedure can improve their quality of life and extend their lifespan too.

The dialysis process involves accessing the bloodstream, filtering waste and excess fluids and returning blood to the body. 

There are two primary types of dialysis treatment — haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.

Both haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis have their unique advantages and disadvantages, and your nephrologist can help you determine which method is best for you.

While dialysis can be uncomfortable, most people find that the benefits greatly outweigh the drawbacks. Its side effects are generally mild and can be managed with medication or other interventions. Additionally, our dialysis centre offers flexible scheduling to accommodate patients’ busy lives.

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Get in touch




    How did you hear about us?

    Make a new enquiry online using this form and one of our team will be in touch. By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by our team.

    How to get here

    Our dialysis unit is open from 8am to 8pm Monday to Saturday.

    We are located on the 12th floor of the Royal Free London Hospital on Pond Street, Hampstead, London, NW3 2QG

    Telephone number: 020 7472 6451

    By tube
    The nearest station to the Royal Free Hospital is Belsize Park station, on the Northern Line.

    The walk from Belsize Park station to the Royal Free Hospital takes seven minutes, it is partly uphill.

    By train
    Hampstead Heath station is very near to the hospital and is on the London Overground network, the station accepts Oyster cards.

    By bus
    There are lots of buses that pass by the Royal Free Hospital. Bus routes 24, 46, 168, 268 and C11 all serve the hospital.

    For parking at the Royal Free Hospital, you may find more information about parking by following this link: Parking at our hospitals.

    If you are considering dialysis treatment and would like to learn more, we are happy to help you, please contact us.