New developments 

We are continually striving to improve the services we offer to patients.  Details of our new developments, including building projects and new services are available here:

Creating a specialist cancer centre at UCLH

NHS England have led on proposals to change on the way services are provided for people with cancer in north and east London and west Essex.  From 2015, UCLH will work within a system of hospitals including The Royal London, St Bartholomew’s, The Royal Free and Queen’s Hospital in Romford and become a centre for the specialist treatment of five types of cancer – brain, prostate and bladder, head and neck, oesophago-gastric and blood cancers. Read more…

Building better health services - a new clinical facility

We are building a new clinical facility on Grafton Way and Huntley Street which will be part of University College Hospital.  This new facility will include a Proton Beam Therapy (PBT) centre below ground, and a state-of-the-art  patient facilitywith patient beds and operating theatres above ground.  UCLH is one of only two centres in the UK that will be offering PBT,  the world’s most advanced form of radiotherapy, which is used to treat adults and children with cancer. Read more...

Developing the Emergency Department at University College Hospital

We are developing the Emergency Department at University College Hospital in order to improve the experience and quality of care for our patients.  This work is due to be completed by 2016.  Find out more.