47 Rodney Street
Liverpool Central Train station is a 10 minute walk from the clinic or a 5 minute taxi ride. There are also regular buses from the train station using the stop on School Lane (Stop HB) to Bold Place (number 82). The clinic is a 5 minute walk from Bold Place.
The clinic does not have a car park. There is limited paid on-street parking on Rodney Street or the Liverpool Philharmonic Car Park is on Caledonia Street, a 5 minute walk from the clinic.
The clinic does not have the facility to provide a chaperone, so clients are invited to bring along a friend or relative, if they would like to.
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