Rate Raman Malhotra
Company logo          Enlarge view     Site map     Search

 

 

This web site uses cookies.
More information can be found here »
You can remove this notification by clicking here »

9 Harley Street, London 

Harley Street is one of the world’s leading centres for medical care.
9 Harley Street is a fully self-contained building that offers the latest in consulting rooms together with en suite treatment rooms and the ability to undertake minor procedures and diagnostic tests. The basement contains state of the art MRI, CT, ultrasound and digital imaging technologies.
The sister building where Mr Malhotra carries out surgery is the Weymouth Street Hospital (see below).
 

 

If you would like to discuss your condition or arrange an appointment, please contact Mr Malhotra's secretary on +44 (0)1883 712888, or via email information@ramanmalhotra.com

 

Address:

9 Harley Street
London
W1G 9QY


Telephone

+4420 7079 2100
 

How to find us:

9 Harley Street is located on the world famous Harley Street, close to the junction of Cavendish Square at the rear entrance to the John Lewis department store. It is a short walking distance from Regents Street, Oxford Street and Marylebone High Street.


By Road

We strongly recommend that patients use public transport to reach 9 Harley Street;  However if you do wish to drive, there is metered parking on Harley Street  and  two NCP car parks located at “Welbeck Street” and “Harley Street”.
 

By Tube/Train

Under a 10 minute taxi journey from Euston or Marylebone Train Stations. Local underground stations include Oxford Circus (Central, Bakerloo, Victoria line) and Bond Street (Jubilee, Central line).
 

By Bus

Oxford Circus bus stop OG accessed via routes 25, 55, 8, N55, N8.


Car Parks

Cavendish Square Car Park
Open 24 Hours and covered by 24 hour CCTV.

Harley Street Car Park
Open 24 Hours and covered by 24 hour CCTV.


Visit the 9 Harley Street website 


Find 9 Harley Street on Google Maps

 

THE WEYMOUTH STREET HOSPITAL

Weymouth Street Hospital is part of the Phoenix Hospital Group. Situated between Harley Street and Marylebone High Street in the heart of Central London. The Hospital is widely recognised as one of the UK’s most luxurious independent hospitals providing first class healthcare. Patients have consistently rated Weymouth Street Hospital as their first choice London Hospital for patient care since it opened in 2010. Beautifully designed patient bedrooms provide luxury and comfort. All rooms have flat screen televisions and surround sound entertainment systems. Delicious freshly cooked food is served to order. The accommodation and facilities have been designed to an exemplary standard providing new levels of patient services in central London.
 

Address: 

42-46 Weymouth Street
London
W1G 6NP


Telephone

+4420 7935 1200
 

How To Find Us:

We are located at 42-46 Weymouth Street, London W1G 6NP, on the corner of Beaumont Street.
The hospital is a short walking distance from both Marylebone High Street and Portland Place, with easy access to the nearest underground stations at Baker Street, Regent’s Park, Great Portland Street and Bond Street.


Car Parks

Cramer Street Car Park
Open between 6:00 am and midnight and covered by 24 hour CCTV. Cars left in the car park after midnight cannot be accessed until 6:00 am the following morning.

Harley Street Car Park
Open 24 Hours and covered by 24 hour CCTV.
 

Visit The Weymouth Street Hospital website

FInd Weymouth Street Hospital on Google Maps






 

Credits


http://www.netsima.co.uk


Raman Malhotra site map


Home


About

Approach

The consultation

Academic role

Books

Courses

Lectures and presentations

Research papers

Publications

Fellowship programme

In the news


Conditions

Benign eyelid lump — Chalazion

Benign eyelid lump — Chalazion — Patient information

Cataracts

Cataracts — Patient information

Drooping upper eyelids — Ptosis

Drooping upper eyelids — Ptosis — Patient information

Excessive, involuntary blinking — Blepharospasm

Excessive, involuntary blinking — Blepharospasm — Patient information

Eye bags/heavy eyelids — Blepharoplasty

Eyelid skin cancer

Eyelid skin cancer — Patient information

Facial paralysis — Facial palsy

Facial paralysis — Facial palsy — Patient information

Inward-turning eyelid — Entropion

Inward-turning eyelid — Entropion — Patient information

Outward-turning lower eyelids — Ectropion

Outward-turning lower eyelids — Ectropion — Patient information

Thyroid eye disease

Thyroid eye disease — Patient information

Watery eye — Epiphora

Watery eye — Epiphora — Patient information


Procedures

Artificial eyes and orbital implants

Artificial eyes and orbital implants — Patient information

Asian eyelid surgery

Asian eyelid surgery — Patient information

Botox

Botox — Patient information

Brow lift

Brow lift — Patient information

Cataract removal and lens replacement

Chemical peel

Chemical peel — Patient information

DCR

Eyelid lift — Blepharoplasty

Eyelid lift — Blepharoplasty — Patient information

Fillers

Cheek and facial contouring

Cheek and facial contouring — Patient information

Lip filling and shaping

Lip filling and shaping — Patient information

Tear trough fillers

Tear trough fillers — Patient information

Upper eyelid contouring

Upper eyelid contouring — Patient information

Mohs surgery

Mohs surgery — Patient information

Ptosis surgery

Contact

9 Harley Street

The McIndoe Surgical Centre

The Queen Victoria Hospital

Spire Gatwick Park Hospital


Search


Site map


Terms of use


Credits