King’s College Hospital
King’s College Hospital, London is a prestigious international teaching hospital with a long history of clinical excellence.
Since its foundation in 1840, it has been associated with the advancement of medical science and patient care across a wide range of disciplines.
Its pioneering approach means that it’s the only UK Centre approved for gene therapy and lead the field in breakthrough techniques such as keyhole surgery for aortic valve replacement.
Its technique of non related bone marrow transplants for leukemia patients aged over 50 is now an established and widely accepted procedure.
King’s College Hospital is considered a world leader in medical expertise.