Where to find us

65 Pembroke Place, Liverpool, L7 8YA

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool (CCC-Liverpool) is our flagship hospital in central Liverpool. 

The 11-storey building has state-of-the-art facilities and delivers a wide range of highly-specialist care including pioneering chemotherapy, immunotherapy, stem cell (bone marrow) transplant and radiotherapy. 

Other services include radiology (diagnostics and imaging), outpatients, daycase treatments, clinical therapies, our Teenage and Young Adult (TYA) unit, and a wide range of cancer information and support. 

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool is the regional centre for stem cell transplant and for Teenage and Young Adult (TYA) cancer care. 

The hospital building is located next to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital. The main entrance doors are on Pembroke Place.

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Liverpool interior.jpgContact details

Call 0151 556 5000
Address: 65 Pembroke Place, Liverpool L7 8YA


Beverage bays serving free tea, coffee and water are available for patients and their accompanying visitors. 

The cafe facility is provided by the Blackburne House Bistro team serving hot and cold food and drinks. It is open from 8:00am to 4:00pm (08:00-16:00), Monday to Friday. Vending machines are also available for drinks and snacks. 

You can also access the catering facilities in the Royal Liverpool University Hospital including a 24-hour coffee shop.

Accessible toilets are available on every floor next to the public lifts. There is a dedicated baby change and infant feeding space and a Changing Places facility.

Our Chaplaincy page has details of prayer facilities, chaplaincy and support with spiritual, religious and cultural needs.

Our Cancer Information and Support Centre is located within the main entrance atrium. It is open Monday to Friday for patients and their families, carers and friends.

Wheelchairs are available for patients to use inside the hospital.

There is a sheltered Winter Garden on Level M3 (Radiotherapy) with tables and chairs. 

There are roof terraces on Levels 3, 4, 5 and 6 for patients and their visitors. (The roof terraces on Levels 3, 4 and 5 are for our inpatient wards. Level 6 is our Chemotherapy treatment area.)

An outdoor area with paving and plants. It is covered by a canopy supported by pillars
The Winter Garden on Level M3


Smoking and vaping are not allowed anywhere in the building, in doorways or in the external grounds. 

We cannot look after or supervise children during your appointment.

There are no ATMs to withdraw cash in the hospital building.

Free wi-fi is available throughout the hospital.

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

Address: Elm Grove, Smithdown Lane, Liverpool, L7 3FA 

[Sat navs: Some sat navs do not give correct directions using the car park postcode. Use ‘Smithdown Lane’ instead]

  • The car park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 
  • Electric vehicle charging points 
  • Bays for Blue Badge holders
  • You can park on any floor (Levels 9 to 12 are reserved for The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre so you should find a space there if lower floors are full)
  • Free wheelchair-accessible shuttle bus service between the car park and the hospital (Monday to Friday, daytimes) 
  • Alternatively, the car park is a 0.4 mile (0.6km) walk from the hospital 
  • To be validated for free parking, visit any reception desk in the hospital (except Outpatients on Level M1) and give your registration number, or take your parking ticket to the main reception desk on Level M2 (this is the only desk that can validate using a ticket).

Free shuttle bus service 

There is a free shuttle bus every 15 minutes (Monday to Friday, daytimes) between the hospital and the car park. The bus goes from Smithdown Lane (just outside Paddington Village Car Park) to the hospital bus stop on Pembroke Place. The bus stops are clearly signposted.


Paddington Village Car Park to Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool (Monday to Friday only)

Buses to the hospital leave from Smithdown Lane. There is a sheltered waiting area with seating just outside the pedestrian exit of Paddington Village Car Park.

7:15am (07:15)    7:30am (07:30)    7:45am (07:45)    8:00am (08:00)

Then at 00, 15, 30 and 45 minutes past the hour until 6:45pm (18:45) final departure.

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool to Paddington Village Car Park (Monday to Friday only)

Buses to the car park leave from the sheltered Merseytravel bus stop outside the Dental Hospital on Pembroke Place. 

7:25am (07:25)    7:40am (07:40)    7:55am (07:55)    8:10am (08:10)
Then at 10, 25, 40 and 55 minutes past the hour until 6:50pm (18:50) final departure

There are lots of local car parks – including Paddington Village Car Park – available for people visiting the hospital for other reasons e.g. for business. Information is available at Parkopedia.

The shuttle bus from Paddington Village Car Park is wheelchair accessible. 

There are no parking bays for Blue Badge holders directly outside the hospital but there is an area where people can be dropped off and picked up – see next section. 

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.

There are cycle racks outside the main entrance on Pembroke Place. 

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool is also well served by public transport. The nearest train stations are Liverpool Lime Street and Liverpool Central Station. 

Bus and train services change frequently – check the Merseytravel website for detailed information for Merseyside, including bus and rail timetables and a comprehensive journey planner.

If you are unable to make your own way to an appointment, hospital transport is available if you meet the eligibility criteria. You will need your NHS number to be able to book transport – this can be found on your hospital letters. 

Please contact the following providers to discuss further and make a booking:

  • If your GP is based in Merseyside or Lancashire – please call the North West Ambulance Service on 0800 032 3240
  • If your GP is based in Wirral or Cheshire – please call the West Midlands Ambulance Service on 0345 425 0050
  • If your GP is based in Wales – please call the Welsh Ambulance Service on 0300 123 2317

For radiotherapy planning or radiotherapy treatment appointments only:

If you have difficulty with transport for multiple radiotherapy appointments – we can arrange transport for you. 

Please contact 0151 556 5315 to make ambulance transport arrangements for radiotherapy planning or treatment appointments only. 

Please note that we need at least two working days’ notice if you wish to use this service and you must contact this number if your scheduled transport arrangements are changed or delayed so we can rearrange your treatment appointment.