Princess Grace Hospital

The Princess Grace Hospital is conveniently situated in central London, on the south side of Marylebone Road and just 5 minutes walk from Baker Street tube station. It provides excellent hospital facilities, fully trained permanent nursing and medical staff and a pleasant environment whether you are an inpatient or an outpatient.

Surgery at The Princess Grace

Mr Imber operates on all his private patients at The Princess Grace. The hospital has eight operating theatres equipped with the latest instruments and medical technology, including a suite dedicated to robotic surgery. Mr Imber is one of only a handful of surgeons in the UK who has the skill and experience to conduct abdominal surgery using the Da Vinci Robotic Surgery system that is in place there.

Coming to hospital for day surgery

Most of the surgery performed by Mr Imber is complex and patients need to stay in hospital at least overnight. Some procedures are done as a day case and the Princess Grace Hospital provides detailed information about what you need to bring and how you need to prepare.

Staying as an inpatient

If you are having complex hernia surgery, a reconstruction with hernia repair, gallbladder surgery or an operation on your bile duct, liver or pancreas, you will need to stay in hospital until you have recovered enough to go home. The Princess Grace Hospital has 121 beds, all with en-suite bathrooms, satellite TV and other facilities to make you as comfortable as possible. Find out more about what you need to do to prepare for an inpatient stay.

For some cases of complex surgery, Mr Imber’s patients need to be cared for initially in the Intensive Care Unit at The Princess Grace, which provides level 2 and 3 care for post-operative patients.

Princess Grace Hospital