The Royal Society of Medicine is steeped in history. Acquired by the RSM in 1909 the premises were officially opened by King George V and Queen Mary in that same year.
Centrally located at the heart of the Harley Street Medical Area, delegates of the London Healthcare Conference can find their way to the venue from the city itself and further afield with ease. Main international airports are served with quick and efficient transport services into the city whilst main London Underground stations such as Oxford Circus, Bond Street and Great Portland Street are all less than a 15 minutes’ walk away.
The RSM has disabled facilities. Please either contact the conference secretariat prior to the Meeting to arrange any special requirements, or alternatively ask at the registration desk when you arrive if you require assistance.
Tea/Coffee and lunches are included in the registration fee. If you have any special dietary requirements please select the relevant options at registration or alternatively contact the event organisers.
A multi faith prayer room will be available for use throughout the Conference.
The Meeting venue offers wifi to all delegates. Information on how to connect will be made available on the day.
Emergency phone numbers
In an emergency, please dial 999, from any phone, to contact the police, fire or ambulance services. Any emergencies that occur whilst onsite at LHC 2017 must be reported to the Organiser's office or the Registration desk.
If you are in need of medical attention please make yourself known to any member of the Conference team.
In accordance with the policy of LHC 2017, it is strictly forbidden to take photographs during sessions.
Please wear your name badge at all times. Entrance will not be permitted to delegates who are not wearing their badge.
This is a non-smoking event. Designated smoking areas will be situated outside of the venue.
A travel insurance policy to cover theft, loss and medical problems is recommended. LHC 2017 and Bioscientifica will not be held liable for illness, accidents or thefts suffered by participants during the Meeting or their stay in the UK before or after the Meeting.