Where is King Edward VII hospital, is it private and what are the fees?

PRINCE Philip was admitted to King Edward VII hospital on Tuesday, February 16, 2021.

The clinic has been the first port of call for members of the Royal Family for years.

Where is King Edward VII hospital?

King Edward VII hospital is in Marylebone, central London.

It was established in 1899 by two sisters, Agnes and Fanny Keyser, who turned their home at 17 Grosvenor Crescent into a hospital for sick and wounded officers returning from the Boer War.

Its first intake of sick and mostly gunshot wounded British Army officers arrived in February 1900.

The hospital continued to treat officers during peacetime and more recently it has also treated civilian patients.

It was moved to Beaumont Street in 1948 and in 2000 it changed its title to King Edward VII’s Hospital Sister Agnes.

Is King Edward VII hospital private?

Yes, King Edward VII hospital is private.

Several members of the Royal Family, including Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, have been treated at the clinic.

King Edward VII became the hospital's first patron – a role now held by the Queen.

Prince Philip was admitted to the clinic on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, after feeling unwell at Windsor Castle.

He is said to be "in good spirits" and Buckingham Palace confirmed his admission was not coronavirus-related.

The Duke of Edinburgh was treated at the same hospital for a bladder infection in June 2012.

The Queen herself had surgery in 2003 to remove a torn cartilage from her right knee and lesions from her face.

Princess Margaret, who had several strokes before she died in 2002, was also a patient.

Prince Charles had a hernia operation at the hospital in 2003.

What are the fees for King Edward VII hospital?

King Edward VII hospital offers a range of payment options, including fixed-price packages and all-inclusive packages.

The price changes depending on the treatment needed and patients receive a written quote to confirm it.

The Hospital Only Fixed Price Package includes treatments such as theatre services, prescribed medication, nursing, physiotherapy and accommodation.

The All-Inclusive Fixed Price Package also includes unplanned admission to critical care unit, consultant and anaesthetist fees and a follow-up post-operation consultation.

Patients choosing the Hospital Only Fixed Price Package need to pay £824 for any extra night in a standard bed, £2,337 per night in ICU and £3,260 per night in an Intensive Treatment Unit.

It is not known how much Prince Philip is going to be charged while in hospital.

According to the hospital's website, patients are usually discharged at 10am.

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