As a private healthcare provider this hospital’s page is different from those of NHS hospitals featured on this site. The patient population of private hospitals is subtly different from NHS units and this makes direct comparison of outcomes more complex. This hospital’s mortality rate is displayed with the two other private hospitals that contribute to the National Adult Cardiac Surgery Audit. Surgeons who operate in this hospitals are not listed on this page and their details can be found on the hospital’s own website by following this link.
About the unit
London Bridge Hospital Cardiothoracic unit has been at the forefront of cardiac intervention and cardiac surgery for many years, delivering excellent care to patients from all over the world. 26 private rooms and critical care facilities which include HDU, CCU and ITU are supported by internationally reputed consultants. The successful outcomes can be attributed to the healthcare professionals following a holistic treatment programme.
Adult Cardiac Surgery
Rehabilitation and follow up
London Bridge Hospital supports the recommended cardiac rehabilitation guidelines (NSF 2000). With close links to community cardiac rehabilitation services, we facilitate referrals to the appropriate PCTs and GPs for patients for their ongoing recovery. Our service has the additional benefit of a dedicated cardiac community liaison nurse based at the London Bridge Hospital offering post discharge support, advice and follow-up.
Hospital is immediately adjacent to London Bridge Station. Underground access via London Bridge Underground Station. Car access available to front door of the hospital. Parking available on site. Wheelchair access available
0800 – 2230 hours
London Bridge Hospital,
27 Tooley Street,
Tel: 0207 407 3100
Unit Website: http://www.londonbridgehospital.com/
Number and type of operations performed
This graph shows the number and percentage of each type of heart surgery done by this consultant surgeon. The number of operations is shown in the line going up the left hand side. The percentage (%) underneath each coloured bar shows how much of this consultant's heart surgery is made up each procedure type.
The 'key' underneath the graph shows what procedure(s) each coloured bar shows. The abbreviations used are explained below:
- Isolated: This procedure has been carried out on its own. No other procedures were done during the same operation.
- CABG: Coronary artery bypass grafting
- AVR: Aortic valve replacement
- MV: Mitral valve procedure
You can find out more about these procedures in the 'About cardiothoracic surgery' section. If you or someone you know if having heart surgery, it may be helpful to know whether the consultant does lots of that procedure. If you have questions or concerns about the number of procedures being done at your hospital, you should speak to your heart surgeon.
In-hospital survival rate (risk adjusted)
This graph shows the percentage of patients who survived their operation and left hospital alive. This is the 'In-hospital survival rate'. Some patients are more unwell than others and some need more complex operations. Hence, hospitals and consultants perform a range of cardiac operations and the type of patients they operate on can differ. So that we can make fair comparisons between them, the survival rates have been 'risk adjusted' to take into account the illness of the patient and the complexity of the operation. The dot on the graph shows the risk-adjusted survival for the unit/surgeon you have selected and the number of operations performed over the last 3 year period. The blue line indicates the predicted survival and the red dotted lines the range of results expected, worked out by complex statistics.
For more information on understanding mortality rates, look at the Understanding the graphs page
Average patient risk profile
Some risk factors like age, gender, and other medical problems can affect the outcome of heart surgery.
Each of the graphs below shows what percentage of this consultant's patients have each risk factor (light blue bar on the left) next to the average for the whole of the UK (dark blue bar on the right). This can tell you whether the consultant operates on high risk patients in general, and whether they specialise in doing particular types of complicated surgery, like operations on the thoracic aorta.
You can find out more about the risk factors in the 'About cardiothoracic surgery' section.
Consultant Cardiac Surgeons 2014 - 2017: 0
Consultant Congenital Cardiothoracic Surgeons: 0
Consultant Thoracic Surgeons 2014: 0