Private patients can refer themselves (self-referral), or ask their insurance company, GP or surgeon to refer them to me. I see my private patients at GenesisCare in West Malling, Maidstone, Leaders of Oncology Care (LOC) in central London and KIMS hospital in Kent.
To make an appointment, please contact my secretary on 020 8895 6208.
Alternatively, you can book an appointment anytime at a time that suits you using this online booking form.
You can also use the above contact details to request a video consultation with me.
For Medically insured patients:
I am contracted with all major insurance company like BUPA, AXA PPP, Aviva, Vitality and others to see their patients privately. Please make sure you ask your insurance company for an authorization code before any consultations, tests or treatments I recommended to you.
For Self-Paying Patients:
For self-paying patients, the following charges apply and are time-dependent (as of January 2020)
These are personal charges – all hospital fees must be settled separately.
New Patient Consultations – from £250
Follow up consultation – £200
Second Opinions – From £250
Supervision of chemotherapy / biological / immunotherapy – £150 per week
Radiotherapy planning and supervision – POA – depends on site and technique used.
When you attend for your first consultation, please bring all clinic letters, test results and medications list or ask your GP or current specialist to send them to me. We will discuss your cancer and all treatment options to enable you to make an informed decision about your cancer treatment. This usually lasts for 45 minutes and you are more than welcome to bring a friend, family member or carer with you for support and to help you to remember what we discussed during the consultation.
Having agreed on a treatment plan, I will be seeing you once every 3 weeks throughout your treatment. These 30 minutes consultations are for you to ask any questions you have not asked before. It is also for me to identify any side effects as early as possible and address them appropriately. When treatment has finished, we will meet every few months to ensure that you are free of symptoms and have good support around you.
Once a treatment programme has been decided, patients can choose to have their treatment at home. This option is suitable and works well for some patients who like the comfort of having chemo at home. Such services are provided by Healthcare at Home and Lloyds pharmacy clinical homecare. Should you wish to consider this then please ask during your consultation.
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation):
As of May 25, 2018, the data protection laws that govern the way in which your personal data is processed, stored and used will be replaced with the new General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR“). In compliance with the conditions laid down in the GDPR, I am providing you with the following information in relation to the processing of your personal data: