Access our treatments

Whether in the height of a crisis or planned we will welcome, listen and care for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our Patient Services Team is the central point to access all hospital services and treatment and can be contacted 24 hours a day on +44 (0)20 7535 7700. The team are available to help whether you know the service you require, need an assessment or simply want to talk to someone and ask advice. We can arrange inpatient, day therapy or outpatient treatment appointments, and assist in crisis management.

All conversations are completely confidential.

If you would prefer to email your enquiry please do not hesitate to contact us at We will respond to you in your preferred manner; phone, email or post, the same or next working day.

We ensure that every step of the admission process is easy and trouble free. Dependant on the acuity of your mental health condition and your availability, we aim to arrange your initial appointment within 48 hours but where possible we will endeavour to complete all arrangements within 24 hours.

We offer outpatient therapy treatment in Marylebone and the City, a few minutes walk from Bank, Moorgate and Liverpool Street.

Referrals to Nightingale Hospital treatment

Referrals can be made by phone, fax or email to the admissions department 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Telephone: +44 (0)20 7535 7700

Fax: +44 (0)20 7724 5976


Please remember we are always here to help if you are in an emergency; inpatient care can be accessed 24 hours a day if required.

But what can I expect after contacting you?

1.    GP referral letter

For good practice and continuity of care we do recommend that it is in the best interests of patients for there to be a GP referral as it can be useful in providing relevant medical history. If you intend to fund your treatment with private medical insurance, a GP referral letter is a must with most policies.

2.    Assessment

When we receive your enquiry, call or referral from your health care professional we can help assess the next best steps for you. This may be to organise an appointment with a Consultant Psychiatrist or directly into our therapy services.

This initial appointment with one of our Consultant Psychiatrists or therapists will be to discuss and determine the best treatment plan to suit your needs. This may be weekly outpatient appointments or if you require a more focussed approach we may recommend a day programme or inpatient stay.

The length of treatment for everyone depends of their individual circumstances such as personal situation, nature and severity of your problem and any financial restraints. Treatment plans could range from six to eight, one hour 1to1 outpatient therapy sessions to an inpatient stay with a step down plan after.

3.    Seeing a Consultant Psychiatrist

Our Nightingale Hospital team is made up of over 50 Consultant Psychiatrists with expertise covering all mental health and emotional issues, eating disorders and addictions. For self-pay patients the cost of the initial appointment with a Consultant Psychiatrist is approximately £350, depending on which Consultant is seen, and usually lasts an hour.

4.    Seeing a therapist

With the extensive knowledge and experience within the Therapy Services Department here in London we can match your circumstances and requirements with the most appropriate therapist. We work with every individual to understand their particular needs, likes and dislikes.

Outpatient therapy sessions usually last one hour and range in cost dependent on specialisms from £110 – £189 per hour.

Private Patient Fees – 2017

Outpatient Therapy Fees

Inpatient General Psychiatry Fees

Inpatient Addiction Unit Fees

Inpatient Eating Disorders Fees

Day Therapy Fees

Adolescent General Psychiatry Fees

Adolescent Eating Disorder Psychiatry Fees

“I use Nightingale Hospital London as my preferred referral centre for patients with mental health issues. The liaison helpdesk act with speed and professionalism to make the burden of referral administration almost effortless. Consultant care is consistently excellent and aftercare and communication provide exceptional quality of care in this difficult area.”

Ruth Whitby, The Platinum Medical Centre, NW8 7JA