Tudor-Hart Room at BMA House
About this space
The Tudor-Hart Room is named after Julian Tudor-Hart, a general practitioner famed for being the first doctor to routinely measure every patient’s blood pressure and as a result was able to significantly reduce premature mortality in patients.
The light and airy Tudor-Hart Room overlooks picturesque Tavistock Square and is equipped with a large 75” LED screen and built-in video conferencing and tele-conferencing kits, making this room ideal for smaller board meetings, or an intimate standing buffet lunch with a view!
The venue has not provided a cancellation policy. For further information, please ask the Event Manager.