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Pathology at The London Clinic

The London Clinic Pathology department is committed to providing the best service for our users. During the current Coronavirus outbreak there will be longer turnaround times on non-urgent laboratory tests.

We provide extensive laboratory services on our premises.

Our in-house repertoire includes allergy, biochemistry, endocrinology, haematology, blood transfusion, histology, cytology, immunology, microbiology and stem cell services.

Request a test by contacting the Pathology department.

We offer a wide range of tests and investigations and our consultants are available to provide clinical advice. For further information please call our office on 020 7616 7755.

Information on packaging and transporting biological substances


Blood transfusion



Microbiology and Immunology

Point-of-care testing

Stem cell processing

Pathology Department

Address: 120 Harley Street, London, W1G 7JW
Tel: 020 7616 7755
Fax: 020 7616 7687
Email: path7@thelondonclinic.co.uk

Routine opening hours

Monday – Friday: 8am – 8pm Saturday: 9am – 1pm

Out-of-hours Service

We operate a 24-hour service for biochemistry, haematology and blood transfusion.

Contact the out-of-hours team on 07552 113641 or 07552 033124

Head of Pathology: Reza Mirza

Tel: 020 3219 3201

Email: r.mirza@thelondonclinic.co.uk

Pathology Quality Manager: Bev Barker

Tel: 020 7935 4444 ext. 7035

Email: b.barker@thelondonclinic.co.uk

Please contact Reza or Bev to discuss compliments or complaints.


There are six areas of information Governance:

  • Common law duty of confidentiality
  • Data Protection
  • Information Security
  • Record Management
  • Data Quality

All employees are bound by the Common Law Duty of Confidentiality, placing a legal duty on all staff working for the Clinic to keep all information provided to the Clinic and themselves as employees of the Clinic by its patients completely confidential. This legal obligation is further enforced in your contract with The London Clinic.

All staff have a legal obligation to ensure that any confidential information they come into contact with is kept secure and confidential at all times.  Where a member of staff receives a request for information relating to an individual, staff must ensure that any disclosure of confidential information is fully justified and in compliance with the Data Protection Act 2018 or Common Law Duty of Confidentiality.

All Pathology Services staff undertake annual mandatory Information Governance Training to ensure they are familiar with the legislation and Clinic and departmental policies.

Where necessary the laboratory will have information available for patients and users that includes an explanation of the clinical procedure to be performed to enable informed consent.