Raphael Medical Centre is a unique, independent hospital, specialising in neurorehabilitation of adults, and believes in an integrated, mind - body - spirit approach to supporting people suffering from complex neurological disabilities with cognitive and behavioural impairment. The main Centre is situated in the 17 acre Hollanden Park in Hildenborough, Tonbridge, Kent and registered with the Care Quality Commission,

Read more about the Raphael Medical Centre in 'About Us'.


Raphael Medical Centre's neuropsychologists Anita Rose and Barbara Wilson along with Samira Kashinath - February Authors of the Month

In a recent interview given to Routledge, the publishers of their book 'Surviving Brain Damage After Assault', they talk about why they wrote the book and that they "wish to convince rehabilitation staff, medical professionals, health care funders and families that considerable gains can be made even after a long period of reduced consciousness". In the book they will describe and show readers the type of care patients can receive if politicians, health care purchasers and society in general recognise the value of rehabilitation.

To read more about the interview click here.

To read about the book click here

To read more about Gary click here


The Raphael Medical Centre's resident neurospychologist, and on of the worlds leading experts, Dr Anita Rose, was recently interviewed by News Medical and asked for her thoughts on why MS patients don't always engage with specialists.

In the interview, Dr Rose said 'I believe that often it is a lack of patient understanding about the clinical implications of not taking proactive action that could be considered a significant factor in discouraging some people with MS from accessing services and support. Many people with MS have “invisible symptoms” such as fatigue, bladder issues or mild changes in cognition and as they “manage” to live with these issues compared to loss of mobility they can believe the potential severity of the condition can be underestimated.

In addition, a lack of awareness about the clinical benefits of early intervention, and a lack of patient understanding about the range of treatment options available are considered key factors in dissuading some people from regular engagement with a specialist.

If you would like to read the interview in full please click here.

If you are interested in consulting with Dr Rose please contact the centre using the contact details provided on this website.


The Raphael Medical Centre featured on the BBC News

The Raphael Medical Centre recently featured on the BBC Newsroom Southeast, when they reported on the support and treatment provided by the Raphael to Gary Hayward following a brain injury he sustained. More information on this story, initially reported on by the Courier newspaper, can be found here.



NEUROREHABILITATION EXPO, London EXCEL, Wed 15th & Thur 16th JUNE 2016


Raphael Medical Centre's neuropsychologists Anita Rose will be presenting at this years Neurorehabilitation Expo:







To read more about the Expo and to book your free place click here.