The bumps clinic at Parkbury House has the largest practice on St. Peter’s Street. The clinic recently completed a modernization and renovation programme with the prime aim to provide enhanced facilities for patients.
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Address: Parkbury House Surgery St. Peters Street, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 3HD
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Parkbury House is easily reached from all corners of the country, and is a perfect venue for your 3D scans and 4D ultrasound scan experience. It is conveniently located near motorway networks, Luton airport, and is just a 20-minute travel away from (35km) from Central London. The clinic is situated at the corner of St Peter’s Street and Hall Place Gardens. Parkbury House Clinic lies at right side on St Peter’s Street, when you drive out of St Alban’s main high street past Bhs and Tesco Metro. Go over the little roundabout with St Peter’s Church on your right hand side.
ENTRANCE: To enter the Bumps at the Parkbury Clinic please use the Out of Hours Entrance at the Left-Hand side of the building, this is just around the corner from the main entrance. This is the main building.The Out of Hours entrance to the GP practice is to the left of this photo, 2 doors down, past the Physio entrance.
PARKING: Ample parking is available off Hall Place Gardens, behind this building.
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