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Temporary Clinic move of Well Travelled Clinics Liverpool
The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), is about to start work on a major redevelopment of Anson House on the corner of Pembroke Place and Anson Street where the Well Travelled Clinic is currently situated. The clinic will temporarily be moving back to our old location next to the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. We plan to be in our temporary residence for approximately six months and move back in to Anson House at the end of April 2014. The travel clinic and the NHS tropical/infectious diseases clinic will both be affected by this move.
Well Travelled Clinics (WTC) is a business of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM), an acknowledged world leader in international health and tropical medicine. Using our specialist knowledge, our travel clinic has helped hundreds of thousands of travellers stay well whilst abroad since we started pre-travel consultations in the 1950’s. Drawing on our heritage of travel medicine, we offer a comprehensive and value for money ‘one stop’ pre-travel service including holiday vaccinations, malaria prophylaxis and up to the minute, country-specific travel advice.
Our unique ownership means that by taking your pre-travel needs from us, you can help to improve the health of developing countries as profits are reinvested back into WTC and LSTM to support the vital work we do to control disease worldwide. Click the link to visit the site to find out more about the services offered and how to make an appointment at our Liverpool or Chester branches or visit a drop in clinic at Liverpool.
We are a founding member of the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC), the UK’s national body to promote clinical standards in travel medicine. The NaTHNaC website offers further useful advice for travellers.
LSTM provides clinical services through the NHS for tropical medicine, both in-patient and out-patient. The out-patient clinic is on site and patients requiring in-patient care are admitted to the Regional Infectious Disease Unit. Please note all post travel services are referral only. If you are feeling unwell, please visit the General Public page.