How to find us

Fortius Surgical Centre

Fortius Surgical Centre
18 Bentinck Street
London
W1U 2EU

+44 (0) 203 805 4760

The Fortius Surgical Centre is situated on Bentinck Street, a short walk from our Marylebone clinic. There is ground floor access to the Surgical Centre, however there are a couple of steps for which there is an electric wheelchair ramp. Please inform us of any special requirements when booking your appointment and one of our team will assist you with all arrangements during your visit. 

The nearest tube stations are Bond Street, Oxford Circus and Marble Arch. There is a drop off access outside the centre but parking is limited to resident permit holders only. 
 

Fortius Surgical Centre

Our dedicated orthopaedic surgical centre has been designed to put the patients’ needs first. It provides a streamlined and modern operating environment, minimising the time you spend in a hospital environment and maximising the effectiveness of the highly skilled team. We are committed to providing a safe, clean environment that protects our patients.

The facilities include three state-of-the-art operating theatres, including interventional radiology capabilities and a separate ward with 12 patient beds.

Explore the Surgical Centre with our virtual tour.

What to bring with you

We advise that our patients bring any medicines, inhalers or tablets that you take regularly, as well as cases for contact lenses and/or dentures. We further recommend that you wear loose clothing, as this will be more comfortable following your procedure. 
Wi-Fi is provided in the centre and you will be able to put your belongings in the lockers provided. Please ensure not to bring in large amounts of cash, valuable personal items or anything bulky. 

Paying for your procedure

Insured patients 

If we do not already have a payment card registered for you, details will need to be taken on arrival with our friendly reception staff in order to cover any additional expenses or shortfalls from your insurer. Please bring your authorisation code with you, along with your policy or membership number.

Paying for yourself 

Our self-pay patients are required to settle their surgery costs in advance. If this has not been possible, you will be asked to settle your account on arrival by our reception team. Please note that there may be further charges for you to pay, depending on any additional procedures or expenses required that are outside the original quoted price.

Embassy or sponsored patients 

If you are an embassy or sponsored patient, you will be asked to present a letter of guarantee on headed paper on arrival. The Anaesthetist’s and Surgeon’s fee will be billed separately.

As far as surgery and operations go, it was a relatively stress free process, and dare I say it, somewhat enjoyable! Everyone was on hand and very willing to help. The centre itself was a lovely clean environment, with plenty of smiley faces, so thank you again