Mondays - Fridays 9:00 -17:00
Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, bank and public holidays
Consultations by appointment only
+44 7311 878 686
10 Harley Street
How to find us
There is pay and display parking outside the clinic, limited to 4hrs at £4.90 charge per hour between 08:30 to 18:30 Monday to Saturday.
Please note the Harley Street area is within the Congestion Charging Zone . The Congestion Charge is a £15 daily charge if you drive within 07:00 - 22:00, every day, except on Christmas Day (25 December) and this can be paid online or by phone.
The following buses stop outside John Lewis, Oxford Street: 6, 8, 13, 15, 73, 135, 139, 189 & 390.
The nearest tube stations are Bond Street (Central and Jubilee Lines) and Oxford Circus (Victoria, Bakerloo and Central Lines). Both are a short walk away.
We are always keen to hear about your experience with us, including any feedback you may have about improvements we can make. We take this sort of feedback very seriously and we will acknowledge and act upon any feedback you bring to our attention to maintain our high standards and ensure we can improve on any areas where we may have fallen short.
Please share your feedback with via our contact form.
We feel strongly that any opinions expressed about our service are a valuable learning opportunity for us as a service provider. We always try to give the best service possible, but there may be times when you feel that this has not happened.
Please share your feedback with us via our contact form and we will be in touch.
London Neurology Clinic DOES NOT offer emergency medical services for either urgent situations or for patients who are acutely ill. If you need urgent assistance, please follow our advise below:
Call 111 ( NHS Service): For urgent non-life threatening health care call 111.
Emergency GP appointment: If you need help, but can wait until the next day, then your GP should be the first point of contact to help navigate the best NHS service for you.
Visit Accident & Emergency department: If you feel unsafe and need immediate help go to your nearest hospital with an Accident and Emergency (A&E).
Call 999: If you are concerned about an immediate risk of harm – either to yourself or someone else – then dial 999.