Our partners

We work with a number of partners.

KHP ventures

KHP Ventures is a collaboration between:

  • King's College London
  • King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

They offer equity investments with healthcare expertise for ground-breaking MedTech and digital start-ups.


The King's Technology Evaluation Centre (KiTEC) is a collaboration between:

  • several King's College London departments
  • the medical physics department at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

KiTEC provides a health technology assessment (HTA) service for a variety of public and private sector clients. This includes Medical Technologies Evaluation Programme (MTEP) and Diagnostics Assessment Programme (DAP) project work for NICE.

KiTEC is currently performing the function of independent evaluator for the NHS Transformation Directorate Accelerated Access Collaboration NIHR AI awards.

AI Centre for value based healthcare

The London Medical Imaging and AI Centre for Value Based Healthcare trains sophisticated artificial intelligence algorithms from NHS medical images and patient data. This provides tools for clinicians to speed up and improve diagnosis and care across several patient pathways including:

  • stroke
  • dementia
  • heart failure
  • cancer
Clinical Scientific Computing (CSC)

Clinical Scientific Computing (CSC) at Guy's and St Thomas' is a core member of the London Medical Imaging and AI Centre for Value-Based Healthcare.

Working with a number of computer engineers and programmers allows access to the world's largest supercomputer dedicated to healthcare (Cambridge-1). It also means being an integral part of the AI product lifecycle from research and development, to procurement and post-market analysis.

The clinical engineering team at Guy's and St Thomas' supports the improvement of patient care through the use of technology.

This includes:

  • speeding up the safe and efficient introduction of new medical technologies worth over £10 million every year
  • developing home grown devices to support diagnostics, procedures and patient discharge

Last updated: November 2022

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