Living Room Brighton A New Name On The High Street In Wellness
A new name delivers Healthcare to the High Street in Sussex With the number of people waiting for hospital treatment with the NHS in England topping 7 million, for the first time, Living Room Health, a new chain of accessible, self-pay walk-in clinics opens in Brighton at 66 East Street with future plans to roll out its suite of services nationwide. According to new research by Opinium and the Laboratory and Testing Industry Organisation (LTIO), an estimated 5.4 million people have a heightened concern for their health after the pandemic. According to poll results, people said they have been taking positive steps over the past 6 months to improve their health by walking more (35%) and eating healthier (34%). Only 26% stated they have not taken any positive steps to improve their health since Covid-19.
Timeously stepping into this vacuum, Living Room Health, the next generation of accessible healthcare breathing life into Britain’s High Streets, has launched its first clinic in Brighton, Sussex. Living Room Health is an organisation dedicated to bringing affordable and accessible self-pay healthcare to Britain’s High Streets and the first to offer on-site walk-in MRI scanning as well as other services including allergy, blood and genetic testing; orthopaedic diagnostic and treatment services; non-surgical pain injections; nutritional and menopausal expertise; immediate appointments with GPs; health supplements; plus, immediate access to world-renowned clinicians.
With MRI scans available daily on demand from £250, Living Room Health launches two clinics in London and Brighton with Battersea, Richmond and Kingston to follow with plans to expand to UK-wide High Streets over the next four years. Living Room Health is backed by the UK’s leading centre for regenerative medicine, The Regenerative Clinic, and a team of leading Orthopaedic Surgeons led by Knee Consultant Specialist Professor Adrian Wilson and Orthopaedic Consultant Surgeon Mr Raghbhir Khaka. Simon Checkley, CEO, Living Room Health said; “We have worked extensively with patients, clinicians and medical practitioners to create a highly accessible offering that will give people immediate access to the services that they need.
Our presence will complement the life-saving work of the NHS, who we love, respect and admire, but will empower people to seek immediate treatments for a broad range of conditions that they may be struggling with. We are accessible, affordable and we are coming to a High Street near you.” Simon continues, “At Living Room Health we are not offering privatisation of healthcare by the back door, we’re actually giving the general public the option to walk-in and have their problem assessed and treated instantly. We’ve spent a lot of time pricing our services to make them extremely accessible, and much more affordable than the traditional routes into private healthcare.
“We’ve been inspired to create a service so that anyone who is in pain, or worried about their health, can walk-in and speak to a specialist, have the scan that they need there and then, and find peace of mind or create a treatment plan. “An MRI scan with us, for instance, starts from £250 and with two consultations included (before and after) with a senior Consultant it is £345. This is around the same price that a person might pay for just one consultation with a private Consultant by going through traditional private routes; and this is without any scans or follow up treatment plans so the true cost is much more.”
Professor Adrian Wilson, Medical Director, Living Room Health said; “It is with tremendous excitement that we bring this new concept to people, breaking down barriers to treatment and increasing the efficiency of how we can access and treat people. Ultimately, we want to help people to get better, quicker. We’re offering a wide range of treatments and diagnostics, and this will be especially helpful for people living with pain and experiencing orthopaedic trauma and ongoing problems.” Living Room Health actively supports charity partners, Rockinghorse Charity, the fundraising arm of the Royal Alexandra Children’s hospital, Off The Fence, Brighton’s Charity helping homeless people and Albion in the Community, the charity arm of Brighton and Hove Albion.