We have Turkish, Bulgarian, Albanian and Kurdish speakers in our clinic. So you will be able to communicate in your own language
Yes, you can have walk-in service.
You can pay cash, credit card or online bank transfer.
Yes, We do Check up on your overall health. It can tell you whether you’re at higher risk of getting certain health problems, such as: Heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease, stroke. During your check you’ll also discuss with our doctors how to reduce your risk of these conditions.
Yes, we do provide this report DVLA D4 HGV PCV LGV PSV C1 MEDICALS are provided in our clinic.
To see a psychiatrist, you can call our clinic to check our website and book your session.
In our team, we have psychiatrists who are registered as an expert witness
What's the difference between a psychiatrist, a psychologist, a psychotherapist and a community mental health team?
A psychiatrist is a medically-qualified practitioner who will have spent 5-6 years training as a doctor. He or she will then have worked as a doctor in general medicine and surgery for at least a year. He or she will then have had at least six years of further training in helping people with psychological problems.
A qualified psychiatrist will have a medical degree. Then They will have completed two years of Foundation Training and extra six years of speciality training within psychiatry. To become a consultant psychiatrist, they also need to obtain a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT), be fully registered with the General Medical Council (GMC)
They are primarily concerned with the study of how people think, act, react and interact. Psychologists have a degree in psychology. Chartered Clinical Psychologists are not usually medically trained but have undertaken long and robust training following their psychology degree.
Yes, we have a psychiatrist Dr Ibrahim Yahlı is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and yes , he accepts to see a patients
You should encourage them to go and see a psychiatrist. Further information about mental health problems and their treatment is the available in our clinic. You can book an appointment and learn more from our expert team
An ENT specialist is a highly trained doctor who specialises in disorders affecting the ears, nose, and throat (ENT). ENT doctors are also experts in balance disorders and other conditions affecting the head and neck. An ENT surgeon can diagnose and treat these conditions, including performing surgery if necessary.
Visiting a private clinic gives you more control over your treatment. It will also be easier to get appointments quickly at times that suit you. You will receive the highest quality of care and be treated in a modern clinic.
You do not need health insurance to see a private ENT specialist. MediPark Clinic accepts both self-pay and insured patients. If you are planning to cover the cost of your care with health insurance, make sure that you check your insurer’s requirements. Some insurers will only cover specialist care if you get a referral from your GP and you may need to contact the company before your first consultation at the clinic in London. You should also make sure that you bring your insurance details to the clinic when you visit.
Each procedure has its own particular risks, which will be explained in detail by the doctor. All operations also pose a risk of infection, blood loss, blood clots, and allergic reactions to the anaesthetic. The risks are small and complications can often be managed successfully.
Long term nasal obstruction can be caused by a deviated septum, enlarged turbinates or nasal polyps. Surgery may be required to correct these problems.
Signs of hearing loss include difficulty following conversations in noisy places, frequently asking people to repeat themselves, and having trouble understanding the radio or TV. If you have any degree of hearing loss, it is a good idea to consult an ENT doctor to find out if a hearing aid could help you. Even a small amount of hearing loss can have a big impact on your life, so you should seek help as early as possible.
Vertigo and dizziness can be signs of balance disorders, which are linked to the vestibular system in your ears. The vestibular system can be affected by colds, ear infections, or conditions such as Ménière’s disease. However, other conditions that are not linked to the vestibular system can sometimes cause similar symptoms.
Beauty & Aesthetician
Cosmetic treatments are anything done to the body for aesthetic purposes, that aren’t invasive. For example, a facial, or a laser treatments and generally cosmetic treatments don’t require medical or surgical training.
Cosmetic treatments are an alternative to plastic surgery. Cosmetic treatments are minimally invasive (compared to surgery) but can give long lasting and impressive results. Cosmetic treatments are also more affordable than traditional plastic or cosmetic surgery. There are non-surgical cosmetic treatments available for a variety of areas on the face and body.
cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery are actually slightly different terms, referring to slightly different things. Cosmetic surgery / non-cosmetic treatments generally tend to be focused on improving the appearance aesthetically and making adjustments or changing someone’s appearance for aesthetic reasons. Cosmetic surgery is elective by the patient and is a procedure done to improve the appearance not function of a body part. Plastic surgery, however, is defined as a surgical speciality for people who require surgery to improve the form or function of their bodies. F
All surgery comes with risks, and if you choose to have cosmetic surgery, your doctor should discuss these risks with you. Here are some of the most common risks involved with cosmetic surgery; hematoma, seroma, blood loss, infection, nerve damage, blood clots, organ damage and scarring. To experience much less risk, you may want to look into non-surgical cosmetic procedures instead, like the kind offered here at MediPark Clinic
The risks of non-surgical cosmetic procedures are much less than those associated with cosmetic surgery, and this is one of the main appeals for non-surgical cosmetic treatments. Some of the risks your practitioner will discuss with you are; allergic reaction, swelling, redness, bruising, tenderness.
Some non-surgical cosmetic procedures are reversible, yes. Because a lot of non-surgical cosmetic procedures revolve around the use of hyaluronic acid, which can be dissolved, most treatments can be reversed if you change your mind.
There are many great non-surgical cosmetic procedures that can help you look younger. Our tear trough filler is a fantastic non-surgical cosmetic procedure that helps the eyes look lifted and refreshed – contributing to an overall younger looking appearance. Our Botox injections and chin filler are also great for looking more youthful too, as they help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
We have a consultant gynaecologist available almost every weekday. You can usually have an appointment booked in within 24 hours. In some cases, depending on availability, you may be able to have your appointment scheduled for the same day as well.
After assessing your condition your consultant may refer you to have a scan. This can be done on the same day in our ultrasound imaging department.
Your test results are usually available within same day. Your consultant will go over your results in details at the time of your appointment. A copy of the results will also be sent to your you.
A consultant dermatologist is an expert in diagnosing and treating diseases of the skin, hair and nails. Doctors require between 8-12 years of additional training after completing five years of medical school to be qualified as a consultant dermatologist.
We know how big an impact skin disease can have on your life and consequently how important the right treatment can be. This is one of the reasons why our doctors are all consultants
You can easily book your appointment in our website or phone number.
A sample of skin is removed using either a special skin hole-punch (a punch biopsy) or a scalpel. The subsequent wound is closed with sutures (stitches) which may be dissolvable or require removal – if you require removal of stitches, this can be arranged at the clinic.
A protuberant lesion (e.g. mole, wart, skin tag etc) can be flattened to be consistent or flat with the surrounding skin. This is achieved by shaving off the protruding component. The subsequent scar is not much bigger than the original lesion and usually heals to become almost invisible.