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Queen Anne Street Medical Centre


Queen Anne Street Medical Centre is a private acute care hospital in the Harley Street enclave, at 18-22 Queen Anne Street, London.

Queen Anne Street Medical Centre provides an in-house pharmacy and laboratory, a fully equipped Operating Theatre and an overnight stay facility. 

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



Queen Anne Street Medical Centre
18-22 Queen Anne Street,
London, W1G 8HU.


+4420 7034 3301

How to find us:

The Queen Anne Street Medical Centre is located at 18-22 Queen Anne Street, near the junction of Harley Street and Queen Anne Street, close to 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 Queen Anne Street Medical Centre;  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.

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