The Lancashire Clinic
"Hello, my name is Karen Smith and I am the Manager at the Lancashire Clinic. Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. I invite you to read more about your clinic below and I look forward to welcoming you here in the near future"
The Lancashire Clinic was formed by the merger of two smaller Synexus Clinics in Chorley and Wigan. The Chorley Clinic, which opened in 1993, was the first Clinical Research Centre in the Synexus group.
We opened our prestigious Lancashire Clinic in December 2006 and the new premises are located within Buckshaw Village’s Matrix Business Park in Chorley.
This move gave us the opportunity to provide all our patients with excellent in-house facilities. Nearby, Euxton Hall Hospital and Fulwood Hall Hospital provide us with X-ray facilities. The Clinic is within close proximity to both the M6 and M61, and Manchester Airport is only 35 minutes away.
Buckshaw Village is well served by public transport, with a railway station planned to open very soon. We offer reserved car parking for all patients visiting the Clinic.
The Synexus team is keen to welcome you to a facility we are proud of.
Studies at this clinic
"I've taken part in a number of studies with Synexus. I worked in the caring profession for 50 years so I know how important clinical studies are. I've always found the staff at the clinic to be very helpful. Having transport to the clinic was a great bonus for me since a knee operation meant I found it difficult to walk very far or use public transport. I'd be interested in joining another study in the future and would not hesitate to recommend Synexus to my friends and family."Ann Stewart