How to find us
The Nuclear Medicine Centre is
located on the Central Manchester University Hospital site. This is
south of Manchester city centre, off Oxford Road (B5117) and Upper
Brook Street (A34).
Arriving by car
Car parking is available in two multi-storey car
parks, these are located off Hathersage Road and Grafton Street. If
using a sat-nav, please use the postcodes given here and when on
the correct road follow the road signs. M13 0HY for Hathersage Road
car park and M13 9WU for Grafton Street car park. You pay for
parking when you return to the car park, before you return to your
vehicle. The machines in the Hathersage Road car park only accept
cash. A very limited amount of parking is available for 30 minutes
in front of the Hospitals, off the Hospital Boulevard, in order to
drop off and collect patients.
Parking for blue badge holders is available in
the multi-storey car parks and a limited number of spaces are
available in front of the Hospitals, off the Hospital
The hospital is located close to the city centre
on a busy road and car parking is in high demand, so please allow
time to travel here and find a space.
Arriving by public
The nearest train stations are Manchester Oxford
Road (1 mile) and Manchester Piccadilly (1.5 miles). The 147
bus starts from Manchester Piccadilly station and comes to the
hospital. The bus starts on Fairfield Street, under the bridge. The
majority of the buses that stop outside the hospital on Oxford Road
can be used to get from Manchester Oxford Road station.
If you are eligible for Ambulance Transport to bring you to your
appointment then you need to contact your GP who will give you a
telephone number to ring.
More information about travelling to Central Manchester
University Hospitals can be found
How to find the Nuclear Medicine
The Nuclear Medicine Centre is located on the
ground floor of Saint Mary's Hospital on the Central Manchester
University Hospitals site. A map of the hospitals can be
here. The new St Mary's Hospital is coloured dark blue on
this map, and has a large sign and tall blue pillars outside of the
main entrance. The easiest way to find the department is by
entering through the doors to Saint Mary's Hospital from the
Boulevard. The department is signposted from the Main Corridor
with grey signs.
There are signs giving directions outside of the
car parks and around the hospital site, however we suggest you
bring your appointment letter and all the information that came
with it to help you find us. You can find a copy of the map that is
sent with our appointment letters here.
If you require a wheelchair these are available
to borrow, with a £1 deposit, from the multi-storey car parks or at
the entrances of the Children's Hospital, Eye Hospital or the two
Please leave plenty of time
to travel to your appointment. If you are running late, please call
us on 0161 276 4820 to let us know. We will do our best to make
time for your scan on the same day, but may have to make another
appointment for you if you are very late.
If you are lost in the
hospital, please ask any member of staff (with a hospital ID badge
around their neck) for directions or the hospital volunteers (in
red sweatshirts or T-shirts). They will do their best to help