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Health Assessments

Personalised private health assessments for individuals and corporate companies to give an overview of current health, any issues, and support for any health concerns. Benefit from rapid access to diagnostic imaging facilities and specialist consultants on site. Make lasting changes to your health with a health assessment in Canary Wharf.



Physiotherapy Clinic

Need a private physiotherapy clinic in East London? If you are suffering with muscle, joint or other musculoskeletal pain, you can get rapid access to a private physiotherapist in Canary Wharf or Orpington. LycaHealth Physiotherapy services include: physiotherapy, osteopathy, chiropractic care, podiatry, sports injury screening, and sports massage.



Private GP Appointments

See a private GP in East London. Book a same day appointment with the LycaHealth Private GP Service at our Canary Wharf clinic. Appointments range from 15 minutes to 1 hour so you won’t feel rushed. Our GMC registered GPs are able to treat most medical conditions, and also offer sexual health checks and vaccinations.



Mental Health Clinic

See a private psychiatrist in East London. Whether you're suffering from depression, anxiety, stress at work, bipolar or another mental health issue, our consultant psychiatrist at LycaHealth Mental Health is able to get you on the road to recovery as quickly as possible, providing effective treatment for depression and other mental health conditions.


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LycaHealth Provider number

800003015

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LycaHealth Provider number

OP =10355

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Bupa: 0345 609 0111

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Canary Wharf: 60011349

Orpington: 60011350

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Cigna: 020 8652 1313

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A25147

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CS Healthcare: 0800 917 4325

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ID033

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Simply Health: 0800 294 6796

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Canary Wharf: 10355

Orpington: 10357

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920677110

What our clients say

Excellent service

"Excellent service. Complete confidence in staff. Very efficient So pleased to have found Lycahealth"

Mr Tyrell

Clean, bright and modern

"Clean, bright and modern premises with state of the art facilities. Staff are friendly and welcoming. The MRI technician was super friendly and professional. I was very nervous about undergoing the MRI but the technician was very empathetic, reassuring and made me feel at ease. I can't thank her enough. I would definitely recommend Lyca Health Canary Wharf to friends and family."

Ms H

"Quick and painless"

Ms Gosia

Building and staff

"Building was impeccable - the facilities were all top notch and brand new, looks more like a corporate penthouse than a medical centre. Staff were great, friendly - (not too robotic), consultant was friendly, told me what I needed - referred me for a scan, and I had it ONSITE! Happy days!! Perfect place to get everything done! Ps - all covered by my insurance too!!"

Mr J

I would highly recommend Lycahealth

"Just had an MRI with Lycahealth - very good service"

Ms ‘L’

Fast, personalised attention, and great staff

"I went in for an MRI and everything went smooth. The radiologist and the nurse were amazing."

Mr Arellano

Amazing Service and Lovely Staff

"Today I attended the Lyca Health and cannot praise the service and staff more highly!"

Ms Portas

Professional & Friendly

"I required an MRI at short notice. Lycahealth did everything they could to accommodate. The staff were exceptionally courteous and professional. I would recommend wholeheartedly."

Ms W

Satisified all that I needed on my visit

"No problems all straightforward can recommend this service"

Ms Craker

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