108 X-Ray and Imaging

Imaging centre run by 108 Harley Street

108 Harley Street, London, W1G 7ET

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Ways to pay for private treatment at 108 X-Ray and Imaging

108 X-Ray and Imaging welcomes patients with private health insurance, patients who wish to self-fund their investigations and patients who are sponsored by a third party. They also have extensive experience in caring for international patients.

If you are being sponsored for treatment by your employer or other third party, you must bring a letter of guarantee signed by the sponsor to your first appointment with a Consultant. The letter should outline the scope of cover being paid for on your behalf e.g. consultations, investigations, surgery or provide a monetary limit. If this is not provided at the first appointment, you will be regarded as a self-paying patient and asked to settle the account at the time of treatment.

Self pay

If you wish to fund your treatment for yourself, you are requested to settle all invoices on receipt. This will usually be at the time of treatment. An indication of consultation and investigation fees can be given in advance of any appointment but these are for guidance purposes only.

Inclusive packages that cover the cost of surgery, anaesthesia and the hospital are offered to UK/EU resident patients. Any patients without a permanent UK/EU address will receive a medical package (surgeon and anaesthetist) but must pay the hospital directly for its services. Please note that operations are only confirmed upon full payment of a 108 Harley Street invoice.

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What's included

The standard charges for the most common procedures at 108 X-ray and Imaging are: chest x-ray £120; bilateral digital mammogram £198; bilateral breast ultrasound £198; Stork views £140. Other charges are available upon request.

You are free to specify which consultant you would like to see but this may result in a small delay. However, you will receive expert advice at every step of your treatment with your health and wellbeing as the number one priority.

Insured patients

All the consultation, investigations and procedures undertaken at 108 Harley Street are routinely covered in full by medical insurers, subject to policy terms and conditions, exclusions and excesses. A referral from your doctor or other specialist is essential if you are expecting your medical insurer to contribute towards the cost of your treatment. Please note that all patients are responsible for the settlement of their own account until full payment is received from their medical insurer. The insurer is allowed time to settle the claim but patients will be asked to pay anything not settled after 3 months of the treatment date.