Our telephone line for appointments and enquires will be monitored from 10:00 – 16:00 Monday to Friday: 0151 705 3223. Outside of these times, please email tropshop [at] lstmed [dot] ac [dot] uk
Opening times for Liverpool Clinic (appointment only):
Tuesday 10:00 – 14:00
Friday 10:00 – 14:00
Appointments are for essential workers who need vaccinations / blood tests / medicals / screening / malaria tablets, for their job, either in the UK or overseas.
The “drop-in” service in our Liverpool clinic is currently suspended.
We are currently not providing appointments for leisure travel; however, we can provide a telephone consultation service if required. Please call 0151 705 3223 to book a telephone consultation or speak to a member of our team.
If you require post-exposure rabies treatment or malaria testing, please call 0151 705 3223.
For Occupational Health enquiries you can email OH [at] lstmed [dot] ac [dot] uk
Well Travelled Clinics is continuously monitoring the advice and guidance from Public Health England and the UK Government in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Well Travelled Clinics
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
With your back to the old building of Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (where the clinic was originally situated). The entrance is opposite at the pedestrian crossing to your left.
Appointments are available weekday mornings, afternoons, Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings.
Please note that our post travel clinic is by appointment only.
For disabled parking advice, please click on the link:
The travel clinic is just opposite the new big glass building on the corner of Pembroke Place and Great Newton Street.
For details of routes, services and timetables within Merseyside you can check with Mersey Travel on telephone number
0870 608 2608 www.merseytravel.gov.uk
Follow signs for Royal Liverpool University Hospital, city centre. The clinic is in Pembroke Place off of Anson Street. There may be parking available at the Q-Park located almost opposite the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, in Prescot Street.
Brownlow Street Car Park is close by with charges as displayed in the car parks. Payment is made on foot at the payment machines located in each visitor car park.
Liverpool Lime Street Inter-City station is a 10 minute walk from the clinic. Go out of the main entrance/exit onto Lime Street, turn right and keep walking; turn right again after the Liverpool Empire Theatre into London Road. Stay on the right hand side and keep walking, you will pass a T.J Hughes Store on your left, keep walking a little further up the road until you reach our new big glass building on the corner of Pembroke Place and Great Newton Street. The travel clinic is just opposite across the road, on the corner.
For details of routes, services and timetables within Merseyside you can check with Mersey Travel on telephone number 0870 608 2608 or www.merseytravel.gov.uk
For details of national routes, services and timetables you can check with www.nationalrail.co.uk 0871 200 4950.
LIVERPOOL - The nearest car park is the Liverpool University Visitors Car Park, which is located in Brownlow Street between the Foresight Centre and the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
The city council run pay and display off-street car parks at Craven Street behind the T.J Hughes store. There are four small car parks at this location, which offer relatively close access to the travel clinic by walking through to London Road, then up to the clinic in Pembroke Place. There are two other city council car parks near to London Road at Kempston Street and Finch Place.
Parking is also available at the Q-Park situated opposite the Royal Liverpool University Hospital in Prescot Street. www.q-park.co.uk
There are also quite a number of on-street pay and display spaces in the side streets in the area around London Road and Pembroke Place.