Dr Ramnik Mathur at Syon Clinic, Brentford

At Syon Clinic, I see paediatric patients for common problems like ongoing headache, chronic cough, abdominal pain, excessive vomiting, excessive crying, odd-shaped heads, tongue tie, poor weight gain, constipation, neonatal jaundice, and allergies.

The clinic itself – part of the Circle Health Group – features 13 consulting suites, an onsite diagnostics suite, and a minor procedures treatment room, meaning I can often offer minimal repeat visits for you and your child.

Syon 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 Syon Clinic

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 Syon Clinic, via iWantGreatCare.org

“[Dr Ramnik Mathur is] Very thorough and explains the procedures, the outcomes and the next steps very well. He also was very kind and patient when examining my 2-year old daughter who was very shy.”

Clinic times

I have outpatient clinics at The Clementine Churchill on Wednesdays between 10:00 and 14:00.

You can book online via their website or by calling them on 0208 322 6000.

Clinic location


Syon Clinic, 941 Great West Road, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 9DU


0208 322 6000

Opening hours:

Monday – Friday: 8am – 8pm | Saturday: 8am – 5pm

Car parking:

Car parking spaces are limited. It’s easier to park at Homebase, nearby, for a small charge.


Car: I would recommend using a maps app or satnav. Please note parking is limited at the clinic.

Bus: The H91 (Hounslow to Hammersmith route) stops opposite the clinic (West cross Centre (Stop D, Stop ID: 58904)).

Train: The clinic is a short distance from Syon Lane Railway Station, and is a 25 minute walk from Osterley Tube Station.

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

Book an appointment

If you would like to book an appointment to see me at Syon Clinic, 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

Syon Clinic 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 | Follow up: £100

In addition, the hospital will also charge for the use of certain facilities, such as X-ray, blood investigations and minor procedures.

The hospital offers flexible payment options via Chrysalis Finance, should that be of interest.

Frequently Asked Questions

When can I book an appointment for my child at Syon Clinic?

I currently see patients on Saturdays between 10am and 2pm. You can book via Syon Clinic’s website, or by calling their dedicated appointment line on 0208 3226000.

Is there parking at Syon Clinic?

Unfortunately, there is limited parking available at Syon, so if you can, I recommend coming by public transportation. The H91 bus stops opposite the Clinic, and Syon Lane Railway Station is close by, too. If you do drive, it’s easier to park at Homebase, nearby, for a small charge.

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.

Can my child stay overnight if they need a procedure or surgery at Syon Clinic?

Syon Clinic does not have any inpatient facilities so it will not be possible to stay overnight. I also work from The Clementine Churchill hospital which has a dedicated paediatrics department with full inpatient facilities.