More about Clinica London2019-04-05T14:50:48+00:00

More about Clinica London

Clinica London opened in January 2011 and is growing steadily to become a well recognised and respected London eye clinic.

Every consideration is taken to ensure that Clinica London patients all feel welcome, relaxed and calm throughout their treatment experience.

View up the stairs from entrance hall. Picture by Louise Olver, Photographer

View up the stairs from entrance hall. Picture by Louise Olver, Photographer

Stepping through the door at 140 Harley Street, it is hoped that everyone – staff and visitors alike – feels embraced by the clinic’s unique atmosphere. 

Clinica London Reception, picture by Louise Olver, photographer

Clinica London Reception, picture by Louise Olver, photographer

Waiting areas are used with the utmost discretion ensuring patient privacy if required.

Clinica London Meeting Room, picture by Louise Olver, photographer

Clinica London Meeting Room, picture by Louise Olver, photographer

Consultation Room 1, where Jane Olver sees her patients. Picture by Louise Olver, photographer

Consultation Room 1, where Jane Olver sees her patients. Picture by Louise Olver, photographer

Consultations take place in one of two specially equipped and designed rooms; and there are two additional treatment rooms where small medical procedures – such as chalazion treatments, biopsies or removal of small skin tags – are carried out.

Consultation Room 2, where Professor Michel Michaelides and Mr Jaheed Khan see their patients. Picture by Louise Olver, photographer

Consultation Room 2, where Professor Michel Michaelides and Mr Jaheed Khan see their patients. Picture by Louise Olver, photographer

Clinica Tears assessment area . This is where Miss Jane Olver does the lacrimal syringing and nasal endoscopy for patients with watering eyes. Picture by Louise Olver, photographer

Clinica Tears assessment area . This is where Miss Jane Olver does the lacrimal syringing and nasal endoscopy for patients with watering eyes. Picture by Louise Olver, photographer

Clinica London was granted Care Quality Commission approval in September 2011 and other procedures using nasal endoscopies for treatment of watering eyes can now also be carried out here.

Biopsy samples are taken in the minor operating theatre and investigated in collaboration with the laboratories at the nearby Harley Street Clinic.

Treatment Room 1, Minor Operating Theatre for small eyelid surgeries, intra-vitreal eye injections, fillers and Botox. Picture by Louise Olver, photographer.

Treatment Room 1, Minor Operating Theatre for small eyelid surgeries, intra-vitreal eye injections, fillers and Botox. Picture by Louise Olver, photographer.

Treatment Room 1 (minor operating theatre) is also used for patients undergoing eye injections for age related macular degeneration and diabetes, for facial rejuvenation treatments such as Botox, fillers including Restylane and Sculptra, and for eyelid surgeries under local anaesthetic. The Treatment Room 2 is known as the Technical Room where the OCT (ocular coherence tomography) and eye biometry is done.

Intraceuticals area for oxygen and hyaluronate facial treatment by the nurse. Picture by Louise Olver, photographer

Intraceuticals area for oxygen and hyaluronate facial treatment by the nurse. Picture by Louise Olver, photographer

The Clinic Nurse provides intraceuticals treatments for facial rejuvenation. There is Ultherapy treatment for non-surgical eye and face lift.

Larger surgical procedures with local anesthetic and sedation or general aneasthesia are performed regularly at the nearby London Clinic where there are inpatient beds. 

A specialised “Urgencias” clinic, providing emergency treatment facilities for eye accidents and emergencies, allows patients rapid access to Clinica London.

Clinica London’s administrative team are on hand to answer enquiries, make appointments, process payments and insurance claims, by telephone to 0207 935 7990 and email to secretary@clinicalondon.co.uk. Business hours are 8.30am to 7.00pm