Where to find us

Clatterbridge Road, Bebington, Wirral, CH63 4JY

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Wirral (CCC-Wirral) offers:

  • Outpatient appointments
  • Outpatient chemotherapy (SACT) and radiotherapy treatments
  • Radiology (diagnostic imaging)
  • Cancer support services
  • Eye proton therapy – the UK’s only eye proton therapy centre

The hospital building is located on the Clatterbridge Health Park site.  

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Wirral radiotherapy reception.jpgContact details

Tel: 0151 556 5000

Address: Clatterbridge Road, Bebington, Wirral, CH63 4JY


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

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

Catering is also available in Firtrees Restaurant on the Clatterbridge Health Park site.

Accessible toilets are available. There are also baby-changing facilities. 

A Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Centre is located in the main entrance.

Wheelchairs are available for patients to use inside the hospital.

  • Seating areas and landscaping at the front of the hospital 
  • Enclosed courtyard inside the building with tables and seating

Close-up of sign for Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Wirral


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 is available for patients at the front entrance to the hospital. 

Please show your appointment letter to the parking attendant to access the car park.

The hospital is situated just off Junction 4 of the M53 on the Clatterbridge Health Park site. From Junction 4 follow the signs for Clatterbridge Hospital. Once in the grounds of the Clatterbridge Health Park, stay straight at the mini roundabout and follow the signs for Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Wirral. 
There are no electric vehicle (EV) charging points on the Clatterbridge Health Park site.

A pay car park is available for people visiting the hospital for other reasons e.g. for business.

There are parking bays for Blue Badge holders at the hospital. Wheelchair users travelling with another driver can be dropped off in the ambulance bays at the hospital entrance. Vehicles can pull in to pick up / drop off but are not allowed to wait here.

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Wirral is well served by public transport. The nearest train station is Bebington on the Merseyrail network (this is part of the Wirral train line service running from Liverpool to Chester/Ellesmere Port). A connecting bus service will take you from Bebington station to the hospital site. 

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.