London’s Luxury Births
The majority of London’s luxury births take place at The Portland Hospital, the only private hospital in the UK dedicated to the healthcare of women and children.
With a huge team of staff including an impressive 150 leading consultant paediatricians and nursing staff, there is no wonder why it is the chosen hospital of the London elite.
The Portland delivers over 1600 babies a year and has a state of the art facilities and instantly puts you at ease the moment you walk through the door. The emphasis is on high quality patient care and comfort.
A consultant led normal delivery costs from £6000 and a consultant led elective c-section will start at £7800 and additional night in a suite will cost from £2250 and it is worth every penny!
The standard of accommodation, food and service is comparable to top London hotels and the Portland offers 24 hour room service and accommodation for your partner to stay with you.
Discretion and security are of extreme importance at the Portland and all babies wear an electronic bracelet from birth and there are private entrances and exits for patients to use.
The care at the Portland does not stop after birth, is the UK’s largest private children’s hospital, seeing more
than 45,000 children in outpatients every year.
With 175 consultant paediatricians, many of whom hold senior posts at London’s teaching hospitals and are considered some of the world’s leading paediatric specialists, treat children of all ages from newborns up to the age of 18. The service you receive is second to none and the Consultants are extremely professional yet personable,
With 58 paediatric beds including a dedicated 10-bed Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU), Transitional Care Unit (TCU), Neuro-rehabilitation Unit, medical and surgical wards, and a dedicated day-case unit.
The Children’s Unit is open at all times for elective and urgent admissions, and its onsite state-of-the-art facilities and expertise mean all children can be diagnosed and treated there, from complex cases and the acutely unwell, to those needing routine outpatient appointments.