Dr Ramnik Mathur at Clementine Churchill Hospital, Harrow

At The Clementine Churchill, I see paediatric patients (babies and children) with common concerns such as neonatal jaundice, allergies (food, CMPA, asthma), feeding problems, breathing difficulties, concerns around crying, reflux, developmental issues, and skin complaints (e.g. eczema).

The hospital has a dedicated paediatric (children and young people) department and its own paediatric ward. This brings together all the facilities and services I need to help get an accurate diagnosis for your child and deliver any treatment should it be needed.

I also work alongside numerous paediatricians with subspecialties here at ‘the Clem’, so I can make a referral to specialist paediatric urologists, gastroenterologists, and neurologists (for example) should that be necessary.

The Clementine Churchill is recognised by all major UK insurers and offers fixed price packages for families who wish to pay for their child’s care themselves.

Conditions and treatments at Clementine Churchill

My clinical interests include neonatal problems such as (but not limited to) excessive vomiting, excessive crying, odd-shaped heads, tongue tie, poor weight gain, constipation and neonatal jaundice.

In particular, I regularly see patients for:


Patient’s parent at Clementine Churchill, via iWantGreatCare.org

“We saw Dr Mathur with my 8 month old son for skin problems and infections. After only 2 consultations we have a happier, well little boy. Going forward Dr Mathur has written us out a management plan to keep my son’s eczema at bay and keep him as comfortable as he can be. Dr Mathur was so thorough, knew exactly what was wrong with my little boy and nothing seemed too much trouble. Highly recommend!”

Clinic times

I have outpatient clinics at The Clementine Churchill on Wednesdays between 11:00 and 13:00.

You can book online via their website or by calling them on 020 8108 5496.

Clinic location


The Clementine Churchill hospital, Sudbury Hill, Harrow, Middlesex, HA1 3RX


020 8108 5496

Opening hours:

Monday – Sunday: 8am – 10pm

Car parking:

243 spaces (don’t forget to register your car at the terminal in reception)


Car: I recommend using a maps app or satnav to help you find the hospital, but it is accessible via the M25 (Junction 16) and the A40.

Bus: The H17 (Wembley to Harrow route) and the 258 (Watford Junction to South Harrow) stop nearby the hospital.

Train: The hospital is a short distance from Sudbury Hill on the Piccadilly line. It’s also accessible from Northwick Park and Harrow-on-the-Hill stations on the Metropolitan line, but you may need to come via taxi from these stations.

Air: Heathrow Airport is approximately eight miles away. Taxi is the easiest mode of transport between the airport and the hospital.

Book an appointment

If you would like to book an appointment to see me at The Clementine Churchill Hospital, you can do so by booking online on the Circle website, or by calling their dedicated appointments line, or through the live chat facility on their website.


Insured patients

The hospital is recognised by all the major UK health insurers.

My fees are generally in line with those recommended by the major insurance companies but, should there be an excess or shortfall in the amount covered by insurance, you will be required to pay the difference. If you require more information about charges, please feel free to contact me.

Self-pay patients

It is not necessary to hold private health insurance to be treated privately by me, however you should be aware that I charge fees for private consultations.

Initial consultation: £200

In addition, the hospital will also charge for the use of certain facilities, such as X-ray, blood investigations and Ultrasound, CT scan or MRI scan.

The hospital offers flexible payment options via Chrysalis Finance.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can I book an appointment with you for?

I see babies (neonates) and children for most of the common paediatric concerns, such as chronic headaches, chronic coughs, abdominal pain, excessive vomiting, excessive crying, odd-shaped heads, tongue tie, poor weight gain, constipation and neonatal jaundice.

Following my MSc in Paediatric Allergy & Immunology, I also have a special interest in allergies, such as cow’s milk protein allergy (CMPA), asthma and eczema.

When can I book an appointment for my child at Clementine Churchill?

I currently see patients on 4th  Wednesday of every month between 11:00 and 13:00. You can book via The Clementine Churchill’s website, or by calling their dedicated appointment line on 020 8108 5496.

Is there parking at Clementine Churchill?

Yes, the hospital has 243 spaces.

Please note that you’ll need to ‘check in’ your car (with your car registration number) at the terminal in reception. The reception team will be able to help you do this if needed.

Do you offer allergy testing?

Yes, I offer allergy testing as part of my private practice. I have a special interest in allergies, having completed my MSc in Paediatric Allergy & Immunology at the University of Southampton.