Nightingale Hospital

Lisson Grove, London

Nightingale Hospital
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Our USP - Unique Selling Proposition
"We are the leading private mental health provider in central London with over 25 years' experience in mental health."
- Nightingale Hospital
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Address:11-19 Lisson Grove, Regent's Park
London, NW1 6SH
Map:Map & nearby
Region:Regent's Park
Nearest Station:Marylebone
Category:Hospitals
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Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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About: We're a team of professionals committed to helping people with mental health or emotional problems, eating disorders and addictions.

Our team of consultant psychiatrists, doctors, therapists and nurses treats each patient as an individual. That's why we offer a range of evidence-based treatments through outpatient, day patient and inpatient programmes, all from our welcoming but discreet central London location - so our patients get the right treatment for them.

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The Latest User Reviews of Nightingale Hospital


User Rating: 1 / 10
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Mm, London
Added: Jul 2014
Most of the staff including cleaners just randomly open your door with no notice, making for an uncomfortable stay. When night checks are carried out, the doors are left ajar so any old stranger including fellow (possibly disturbed) patients of both sexes can see inside. The doors cannot be locked. I also opened my door to a drunk family member who I did t wish to see, as the nurses had invited them to my room without consulting me. This complete lack of privacy and respect is not conducive to an environment in which one feels better.

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