The Manchester Clinic
"Hello, my name is Olga Littler and I am the Manager at the Manchester 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"
In Jauary 1999, we relocated to the prestigious Manchester Science Park (MSP). MSP is situated within the boundaries of the Oxford Road ‘Corridor’, close to Manchester City Centre and adjacent to Manchester’s universities and medical campus.
We are surrounded by pleasant, landscaped areas, have full disabled access to all buildings and facilities and plenty of free car parking for our visitors.
The Clinic comprises four suites on the first floor of Williams House. Access to our Suites is via the Williams House Reception where all our visitors are asked to register for the safety and security of all visitors and residents.
Our Sleep Suite is the latest addition to the Manchester portfolio.
Sleep Centres are places where sleeping disorders can be identified and monitored. Patients spend the day / night in the Clinic where various assessments can be carried out depending on the type of disorder. These assessments include overnight Polysomnogram (PSG) tests, which are used as a diagnostic tool for sleeping disorders and conducted using special equipment called Alice 5. All assessments are completely painless and our dedicated team of professionals are committed to making you feel relaxed and at ease during your stay.
Each private, single bedroom offers our patients a comfortable bed with continental quilt. A choice of pillows is available to aid restful sleep. In addition, there is a small seating area and hanging storage for personal effects.
Shower facilities are available in the main rest rooms.
Studies at this clinic
"I volunteered after hearing a radio advert about a Synexus Hypertension study. Whilst taking part I found the staff and the service at the clinic to be really excellent. I had never taken part in a clinical study before, but my positive experience led me to volunteer for another study and I'm still actively taking part today."John Hughes