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From the North (Manchester) From the city centre, travel south on the A5103 (Princess Parkway) keeping straight on at the junction with the M60.  Follow the signs for Altrincham (A560), leaving the A5103 just before it becomes the M56 (do not go onto the motorway, take the slip road instead). Proceed under the motorway along the A560 (Altrincham Road) for about 1 mile before turning left at the traffic lights near the Shell petrol Station, onto Southmoor Road. Follow the signs for Wythenshawe Hospital.  Continue along Southmoor Road, through the traffic lights and round the bend in the road until you see the hospital on your left.  Continue until you see the Langley Building on the right.

 

From the West (Altrincham) - Take A560 towards Stockport looking for signs to Wythenshawe Hospital. After passing Tesco on your right, turn right at the traffic lights onto Southmoor Road.  Follow the signs for Wythenshawe Hospital.  Continue along Southmoor Road, through the traffic lights and round a bend in the road until you see the hospital on your left.  Continue until you see the Langley Building on the right.

 

From the East (Stockport, Hyde) – Take the M60 westbound and at Junction 3/4, take the M56 towards Chester.  Leave the M56 at Junction 2 and follow the signs for Altrincham (A560).  After approximately 1.5 miles turn left at the traffic lights near the Shell petrol Station, onto Southmoor Road. Follow the signs for Wythenshawe Hospital.  Continue along Southmoor Road, through the traffic lights and round a bend in the road until you see the hospital on your left.  Continue until you see the Langley Building on the right.

 

From the South - Take the M56 northbound following the signs for Manchester. Take care not to use Junction 3 (Stockport), instead continue a little further towards Manchester and leave at Junction 3A, joining the A560 towards Altrincham.  Continue for approximately 1 mile before turning left at the traffic lights near the Shell petrol Station, onto Southmoor Road. Follow the signs for Wythenshawe Hospital.  Continue along Southmoor Road, through the traffic lights and round a bend in the road until you see the hospital on your left.  Continue until you see the Langley Building on the right.

 

Parking - There is disabled and visitor parking at the front, and further parking at the rear of the building. Call reception on the barrier intercom to be let through the barrier.

 

Travel Information:

If you need help finding us you can ring:

 

0161 946 4050

 

anytime between 8am and 8pm.

 

31 Jan 2017

Visit us at DIA Euromeeting

29th - 31st March at SECC, Glasgow

 

and BIO International Convention

19th - 22nd June in San Diego

 

11 Nov 2015

Sir Alex Ferguson opens new Bronchoscopy unit at MEU

 

2 Oct 2015

MEU-Partnership project (KTP008776) nominated for KTP Awards 2015

 

1 Oct 2015

Watch Professor Singh speaking about COPD Patients and the importance of reducing the risk of exacerbations at ERS 2015 in Amsterdam.

 

1 Oct 2015

Verona Pharma’s respiratory drug proves positive in study

 

25 Sept 2015

The new bronchoscopy unit at UHSM, funded by the MEU is now in operation allowing the MEU to increase its bronchoscopy capacity. The unit will be officially opened by Sir Alex Ferguson on Mon 9th November 2015

 

 

22 October 2014

The MEU and Knowledge Transfer Partnership work has been chosen as an example of excellence in the

"North West Innovation case book" - see page 19

 

24 June 2014

2014 World Asthma day

Listen to John Goddard, Volunteer Services Advisor, interview on Wythenshawe FM for World Asthma day

 

11 February 2014

MEU Clinical Physiology Manager receives John Coates award at ARTP conference gala dinner.

More....

 

11 May 2012

“The MEU are pleased to announce the completion of our new extension, expanding the total bed capacity from 18 to 36, increasing our out-patient facilities, doubling the size of the volunteer lounge and extending first floor offices.”

 

5 August 2011

The MEU is pleased to announce that we are now accredited with the ISO9001:2008 Quality Management Systems award.

 

7 November 2010

Wythenshawe Hospital COPD Day

Listen to Maggie Adu, Volunteer Services Advisor, talking about the COPD Day.

 

 

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