Make an Enquiry Request an Appointment Where can I see Dr Kukendrarajah?

You can see Dr. Kukendrarajah at any of the following locations:

BMI Bishop Wood Hospital

(Rickmansworth Road, Northwood, Middlesex, HA6 2JW),

BMI The Clementine Churchill Hospital

(Sudbury Hill, Harrow, Middlesex, HA1 3RX)

Portland Hospital

(205-209 Portland Street London W1W 5AH)

What is the fee and how can I pay for my appointment?

Initial appointments for new patients typically last for 60 minutes, but complex consultations might be extended to 90 minutes.

Initial consultation £500-£550
Complex Consultation £550-£650
Follow up Consultation £400
Complex Follow up £500

Payment is processed over the telephone and can be made using a credit or debit card.

How soon can I see Dr Kukendrarajah?

Appointments are available depending on our current availability at the time of the enquiry. Please call the team on 0203 282 0566 to enquire.

How long will my appointment take?

It is dependent on the complexity of the child’s presentation, can last from 30 minutes to 60-90 minutes.

Do I need a GP referral letter?

If you are using private healthcare insurance, most insurance companies require a referral letter from your GP to me before you attend the appointment with me. You’ll need to bring details of the insurance company, your policy number and your claim number with you to the appointment.

How do I book an appointment?

You can contact my secretary on 0203 282 0566 or email

What are your cancellation charges?

PLEASE NOTE that if you are unable to attend the appointment for any reason please telephone my secretary on 0203 282 0566 to cancel giving at least 24 WORKING HOURS notice. Out of hours, a message can be left on the answer machine. A fee of £100 will be charged if an appointment is cancelled within 24 hours of the planned clinic date. This is to cover room hire and other costs that I incur even if I do not see your child. Insurance companies will not pay for a cancellation/nonattendance fee.

What should I ask on my consultation?

Each case will be different, but please refer to the consultation section for an idea of what to expect.

Where can I learn more about my child's condition?

We have some information here on a range of conditions, for example Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD.

For further reading the NHS provides a long list of common conditions, and provides “parents and families everywhere with the resources, expertise, and community that previously were only available to a few”.

Be careful when viewing information online, it’s always best to speak directly to your GP.