pall mall medical
1 Belvedere Road, Newton-le-Willows WA12 0JJ
Tel: 01744 624464
Established in April 2010, Pall Mall Medical is one of the fastest growing private health care providers in the North West of England, with a full hospital in Newton-le-Willows.
Conveniently located just off M6 between Liverpool and Manchester. Pall Mall Medical is equipped with the latest advanced medical facilities and offer the comfort of private en-suite facilities, combined with high standards of care from experienced specialists.
Pall Mall operating theatres are fitted with the latest equipment and adhere to all national and international health standards. They are CQC registered and compliant. The theatres operate under a best practice framework and are designed to deliver comfort, safety
Getting to the hospital
If you are travelling from the North, leave the motorway and follow the signs for A49 Newton-le-Willows (3rd exit), and after about 3/4 mile at the roundabout, take the 2nd exit. Pall Mall Medical is located on your right hand side, approximately 3/4 mile along Crow Lane East.
From the South, leave the motorway, and the take the first exit on to A49 Newton-le-Willows.
Exit the M6 at Junction 23, exit the roundabout onto Lodge Lane which becomes Ashton Rd. Turn right onto Crow Lane East, at the 2nd set of traffic lights turn right onto Belvedere Road. You will then see the clinic on your left hand side.
The nearest train station is Earlestown, which is approximately a 10 minute walk away. Exit the station and turn right onto Railway St, then take an immediate left onto King Street. At the end of the road take a right onto Bridge Street, which becomes Cross Lane. At the end of Cross Lane the clinic will be across the junction to your left.
There is another train stations slightly further called Newton-le-Willows.
One can also travel to Wigan, Warrington or St Helens, all of which are a 15 minute taxi journey from the clinic.
Our purpose built diagnostic and surgical centre has a large and free car park, which is at the rear of the building.
During your stay
Even if you are a day case we recommend you bring the following:
- Nightwear, dressing gown and slippers.
- If you are staying for a few days, you may also like to bring casual clothing to wear towards the end of your recuperation.
- Personal toiletries
- Books or magazines to read during your stay.
- Any medication you are currently taking in the original labelled containers.
We strongly recommend that you do not bring any valuables, jewellery, large amounts of cash, credit cards or cheque book. If this is unavoidable there are personal safes in most of the patient bedrooms which you can use. However, please note the Hospital cannot accept any responsibility for valuables kept on the premises.
You will be advised by your consultant or your nurse how long you will need to stay in hospital for.
If you need to take any medication following your departure, this will be given to you when you leave.