Clatterbridge Cancer Centre-Liverpool (CCC-Liverpool) opened in June 2020 in the heart of the city’s Knowledge Quarter.

Its location, close to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital and the University of Liverpool, means we can provide even better, safer care for the most seriously unwell cancer patients, with rapid on-site access to medical and surgical specialties, and it is more centrally located for the population we serve, reducing journey times for many patients. We can also carry out a wider range of research and clinical trials for new treatments here.

The specialist 11-storey hospital has 110-inpatient beds and delivers a wide range of highly-specialist cancer care including pioneering chemotherapy, immunotherapy, gene therapy, haemato-oncology and radiotherapy. It has state-of-the-art facilities for bone marrow transplant, diagnostics and imaging, outpatients, daycase treatments, a Teenage & Young Adult Unit and clinical therapies.

The chemotherapy suite and inpatient wards boast spectacular views across the city and across to the Wirral peninsula, with terraces where patients can enjoy some fresh air. There is also a Winter Garden off the Radiotherapy department.

The hospital has also been designed to ensure patients have plenty of privacy and space, and can be personalised to individual needs. For example, every inpatient has their own single en-suite room, further reducing any risk of infection.


65 Pembroke Place
L7 8YA

We are next door to the Dental Hospital and close to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, with our main entrance on Pembroke Place/West Derby Street.


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This helpful leaflet includes all the essential information you need when attending Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Liverpool.

Getting here


Free parking for patients and their visitors is available at Paddington Village Car Park.

There is a free Arriva shuttle bus (Mon-Fri) between the hospital and Paddington Village Car Park. The shuttle bus is wheelchair accessible.

Measures are in place to ensure passenger safety on the short journey and passengers need to wear a face covering.

The shuttle bus stops outside Paddington Village Car Park on Smithdown Lane and returns from the Pembroke Place/Daulby Street bus stop (Stop 42028C). The bus stops are clearly signposted.

Wheelchair users

The shuttle bus is wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair users travelling in a vehicle with another driver can also be dropped off at Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool before parking. We have staff and volunteers who will be happy to help you.

Pick-up and drop-off

There is a small pick-up and drop-off area at the main entrance on Pembroke Place. Vehicles can pull in to pick up / drop off but are not allowed to wait here.

Cycling and public transport

There are cycle racks outside the main entrance on Pembroke Place. Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool is also well served by public transport. Visit for more information.

Arriving and checking in for your appointment

You will be greeted by our friendly staff and volunteers who will help you check in for your appointment. They will be happy to provide all the information you need. If you have any questions, just ask them.

Facilities at CCC-Liverpool

Food and drink

Our café facility provided by the Blackburne House Bistro team is located on Level M1, serving hot and cold food and drinks. Vending machines can also be found on Level M1 for drinks and snacks.

Toilets and changing facilities

The main public toilets are on Level M1, including accessible toilets, baby change and infant feeding. There are also accessible toilets on every floor next to the public lifts. There is a Changing Places facility on Level M2.

Visiting and accompanying patients

We currently have visiting restrictions to reduce the risk of infection. Check the Information for visitors pages of our website at for the latest information or call us on 0151 556 5000 to check.

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For more information

We hope this page has answered any questions you have about visiting Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool. If you have any other questions, please call the number on your appointment letter. If you don’t have a letter, call 0151 556 5000.