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LaingBuisson’s comprehensive study into the UK’s Private healthcare market in Central London. Eighth edition.
With major new entrants from overseas, including Germany’s Schoen Clinic and the United States based Cleveland Clinic, as well as Nuffield Health’s new London hospital at St. Bartholomew’s, hospital operators are putting large bets on the growth and prosperity of the central London healthcare market.
LaingBuisson’s new Private Acute Healthcare Central London report poses the question, what’s happening to private acute demand in the capital?
Central London’s independent hospitals have seen a resurgence in demand since Covid has faded. But pent-up demand has not flowed into the market as rapidly as optimists in the sector had hoped, with Private Medical Insurance (PMI) and embassy patients still below pre-Covid levels even though self-pay has boomed.
NHS PPUs, also covered in this report, haven’t quite returned to pre-covid levels, as they are still trying to regain access to the facilities needed to treat private patients.
According to the report, released in July 2022, revenue for those central London hospitals, clinics and diagnostic centres which accept private patients is projected to reach £1.9 billion in calendar 2022, up 6.4% on 2021.
Against a background of future unpredictability, the report offers a wealth of hard data on the Central London private healthcare market
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