Opening times

Open Monday to Friday, 9am to 9pm, Saturday 10am to 4pm

Open on most Bank Holidays

Getting here

Find us at 1st Floor, 36 Spital Square, London E1 6DY. Map Link

By tube

Liverpool Street Tube station (Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines) is a short 3 minutes’ walk away.

By Train/Overground

Shoreditch High Street Overground Station (5 min walk) and Liverpool Street Station for Main Line connections

By bus

Buses 8, 11, 26, 35, 42, 47, 78, 135, 149, 205, 388, 8 pass near Bishopsgate. 

By car

We are JUST inside the congestion charge zone, with a few pay-and-display parking spaces. If you prefer to avoid the Congestion Charge Zone you could park at NCP Shoreditch.

Blue Badge Parking: Although blue badge holders can park at most pay and display bays, this rule does not apply to The City. Please check the parking bay before parking.

By bike

Norton Folgate, Liverpool Street is the nearest docking station for Santander Cycles. Otherwise, there are many spots where you could lock up your own bike on the street around our clinic.

Cloakroom and Luggage

Unfortunately, we do not have space for large objects such as suitcases, large rucksacks, prams or folding bikes.


Visitors with disabilities are very welcome; we do however require that you contact us in advance on 02036872939 or email to ensure we are able to facilitate your visit. PLEASE NOTE, that our premises have limited access and narrow corridors and doors and may not be suitable for a wheelchair user or large baby carriages.

Read more about Accessibility below:



General statement

We will strive to deliver the service that people demand and deserve, and to create a culture and environment that eliminates unfair discrimination, and which actively promotes inclusion of different individuals in all of our operations.

We support the principles of the Equality Act (2010) and are committed to recognising and responding to the needs of all disabled people. It is our intention, wherever possible, that our premises and facilities are accessible whatever the nature of disability. However, we are conscious that because of its age and size the building is not the most disabled-friendly, thus we encourage you to contact us if you have any specific requirements to allow us to offer help and advice for you to plan your visit.

We are constantly striving to improve the design of our website and wherever possible introduce changes which will make it more accessible including complying with priority 1 and 2 guidelines of WCAG 2.0. All pages use structured semantic mark-up where possible, use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS2) for presentation and functional images have descriptive ALT tags. The style sheets have been written to display pages correctly in the most commonly used browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Chrome.

To enhance user experience, our site utilises a small amount of JavaScript. If you have disabled JavaScript, or your browser software does not fully support it, we have done our best to ensure the site remains operable. We don’t use access keys as they will often conflict with keyboard commands already in use by some browsers or assistive technologies. Where possible, we’ve avoided using links that open a new browser window but where these are present, we’ve stated so in the text or the title attribute of the link. Foreground and background colours have been selected to provide a proper level o contrast for ease of reading.

To help you when you do have problems, our consistent footer navigation contains links to our FAQ pages (which are fully searchable) and links to our Sitemap, “About Us” and “Contact Us” pages.

We welcome any comments, suggestions or feedback. Please visit our Contact us page to give us any feedback you may have.


Visitors with physical impairments are very welcome; we do however require that you contact us in advance on 02036872939 or email to ensure we are able to facilitate your visit. PLEASE NOTE, that our premises have limited access and narrow corridors and doors and may not be suitable for a wheelchair user or large baby carriages. 


Unfortunately, due to the age of the building and the construction techniques used when it was built, it may not always be possible to offer our services to some wheelchair users, e.g. those, who are constantly reliant on the use of a wheelchair. 

We currently operate in a listed Grade II building and it does not have an appropriate wheelchair access, has narrow corridors and doors’ entrances, and a small lift. 

If you do not require a wheelchair space, but do require someone to facilitate your visit to us please contact us on 02036872939 or email  to discuss your mobility requirements.

Level entrances

Step free access is available. 

Badge-holder parking

The closest public car park is the underground Finsbury Square NCP.


There are no adapted toilets for wheelchair users within the building.


Seating is available at the Centre on the same level in the foyer, as well as in the Ultrasound room.

Lifts and lifting

There is a small narrow lift in the building which is not suitable for a wheelchair user or a large baby carriage.

In case you require lifting from the coach, we advise you to consider being accompanied by someone who can help you to make the most of your visit to us.


If you have a guide or other assistance dog which you require to accompany you to the Centre, please let one of our team know so they can advise you on our policies and provide you with the necessary support.


Phone 02036872939 or email

Last update: 12 March 2021. 

You can contact us:

  • By post, using the postal address (given above)
  • Using our website contact form; or
  • By email, using the email address  (, also published on our website.