North East London NHS Treatment Centre
North East London NHS Treatment Centre

North East London NHS Treatment Centre

We’re here to provide high quality specialist care to the people of North East London and Essex. 

We offer day treatments and inpatient surgery across five disciplines:

Orthopaedics, general surgery, ophthalmology, oral surgery and endoscopy.

Whether you join us as a day patient, or you need more complex treatment that requires a longer stay with us, you’ll receive the best possible care – helping you to feel better, faster.

The North East London NHS Treatment Centre is run by Care UK, an independent company. We have an impressive track record in patient care and clinical success. Find out more

We hope you find what you need on this site. If you have any questions, please give us a call.

Our news

Upminster’s bionic woman praises caring treatment centre team

Upminster’s bionic woman praises caring treatment centre team

March 24 2017

A former line dancing and fitness instructor who has had multiple surgeries to manage the debilitating effects of a bone weakening condition is encouraging people to keep active and to have their surgery at North East London NHS Treatment Centre.

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World Glaucoma Week – 13th to 19th March

World Glaucoma Week – 13th to 19th March

March 13 2017

People in Essex and North East London, who are aged 40 and over, are being advised to have regular eye check-ups in order to spot the tell-tale signs of a condition that could lead to blindness.

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New hospital director for North East London NHS Treatment Centre

New hospital director for North East London NHS Treatment Centre

February 24 2017

The North East London NHS Treatment Centre has appointed Kerry White as its new hospital director to direct the services that provide secondary care to people across the county.

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Getting in shape for surgery

Getting in shape for surgery

February 15 2017

February is Heart Month, when we are all encouraged to do one small thing to improve the health of our hearts – from tweaking our diets to taking more exercise. This is not just good news for our hearts: evidence shows that when patients have taken the time to improve their overall health before having surgery, the results are better for them.

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