How to be referred
We take referrals from GPs and hospital doctors from across the UK - from Aberdeen to Truro. If you feel our specialist services could help you, the first thing to do is speak to your current doctor and try to request a referral through to a relevant consultant at one of our hospitals.
If you are a healthcare professional, find out more about making a referral.
When you arrive at one of our hospitals, you will probably notice how calm they are. This is because Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals do not have an A&E department and most of our patients have pre-booked appointments or admissions.
Our highly-trained staff will do everything they can to make your stay as comfortable as possible. As well as offering you expert clinical care, we will also do our best to answer any questions you may have and help you to feel relaxed.
"Staff cared for patients with compassion. Feedback from patients confirmed that staff treated them well and with kindness."
The Care Quality Commission
The Trust is keen to ensure that all our patients receive the best possible care.
It is often helpful to know in advance if a patient has special needs so we can be prepared and ensure that there is as little disruption as possible to the patient.
Non-emergency hospital transport for patients
If you have a medical need and cannot get to and from our hospitals in any other way, find out more about our hospital transport.
Royal Brompton & Harefield hospital information
If you need to know anything about our wards, visiting hours, food and restaurant services or patient and carer facilities, find out more:
- Royal Brompton Hospital
- Harefield Hospital
- Information about our children's services
- Patients' experiences
- Our services and the conditions we test and treat