Essential reading for the healthcare business
Remember me:
Skip Navigation LinksHealthInvestor article
The London Clinic secures £65m credit facility

Private hospital provider The London Clinic has secured a £65 million revolving credit facility from HSBC, replacing an existing facility with the bank.

The credit facility will reach maturity in 2020.

The London Clinic will use the funding to increase theatre capacity, boost technology investment and renovate radiology and intensive care facilities.

Simon Reiter, chief financial officer at The London Clinic, said: "With the latest funding from HSBC, we can continue to develop our world-class facilities to ensure that we are able to offer our patients the latest, most reliable treatment technology."

Dan Howlett, HSBC’s UK head of large corporate banking, said: "Low interest rates and growth in the economy are creating a great environment for organisations such as The London Clinic to invest in their future. This is a sector in which the UK is truly market leading and The London Clinic is an example of this global excellence."

Founded in 1932, The London Clinic is based on Marylebone Road and has 250 beds, 17 theatres and an intensive care unit.

Related articles:

Posted on: 05/11/2015

Latest news stories

Private equity firm Synova Capital has made a significant minority investment in Preventx, a Sheffield-based provider of online-led sexual health testing and diagnostic services.
Access to services is proving difficult across the health and social care sector, particularly for those with long-term mental health needs or learning disabilities.
Campaigners have slammed the government for a lack of concrete proposals in the Queen's Speech to address the crisis in social care provision in England.
Greenbrook Healthcare, a provider of urgent care services to the NHS in Greater London, has been awarded a new contract worth approximately £8.3 million.
Troubled social care Four Seasons Health Care has sold its freehold care homes to H/2 Capital Partners for £350 million.


HealthInvestor blog
The UK health investment community is doubtless following the twists and turns of the Brexit process with a certain horrified fascination and not a little disbelief. But can it possibly be that we will leave the EU without a deal?

Click here to view the HealthInvestor blog

As Kingsley Healthcare celebrates its 20th anniversary year, chief executive Daya Thayan talks to HealthInvestor UK about changes to the market, including a “seismic shift” towards home care, and the challenges and opportunities ahead
After an achievement-packed career as a health and social care entrepreneur, Dr Chai Patel is about to retire. Here he talks to Geoff Hodgson about the changes he has witnessed, and others he would like to see
From a seedling of innovation progressing to global investment, Barrie Hayes-Gill, professor of electronic systems and medical devices at the University of Nottingham, shares his 30-year journey as the academic founder of Monica Healthcare and Surepulse Medical
NHS primary care networks went live in England on 1 July. Catherine Gooderham explains what they are and examines the opportunities they present for private sector providers
Kathy Oxtoby talks to a former doctor who has developed a medical communication device that aims to revolutionise patient care by ensuring the safe handling of patient data, and providing a secure means of communication for clinicians

Click here to search all feature articles

Digital primary care

Earlier this year, the UK digital primary care market felt full of potential for investors but who are the players and what are the products that stand out now that the dust has settled? Kathy Oxtoby investigates
Read more

Christie + Co

my images

Domiciliary Care
Rob Munro talks to the head of one of the country's leading domiciliary care providers about challenges and opportunities in a sector where many companies have foundered
Read more