The McIndoe Centre
(part of Horder Healthcare)
Founded in 1997, the McIndoe Centre was built as a legacy to Sir Archibald McIndoe which has established the hospital as a centre of excellence and provider of leading healthcare. Originally the old Burns Unit in the grounds of the world renowned Queen Victoria Hospital which treated injured servicemen in World War II, the McIndoe Centre is now a purpose built medical facility designed with innovation and first-class healthcare in mind. Home to some of the UK’s most esteemed consultants and surrounded by exceptional facilities, the McIndoe Centre prides itself on its continuing dedication to innovation and as a provider of consistent, ethical and holistic treatment.
Rebecca & Pam have been holding Saturday morning clinics at the McIndoe Centre since September 2017.
There is ample free parking at the McIndoe Centre and wheelchair access.
Please contact Pam & Rebecca for the car park barrier code.