Contact

Spire Regency Hospital Macclesfield

Our address

West Street, 
Macclesfield,
Cheshire
SK11 8DW


Contact details

Email: info@spireregency.com
Hospital reception: 01625 501 150


How to get here

From the south (London/Stafford/Congleton)
Leave the M6 at Junction 17. Follow the A534 (Congleton) and continue onto the A536 (Macclesfield). Go through the traffic lights by the Flower Pot public house onto Oxford Road. Continue to the roundabout and take the second exit.

From the north (Lancashire/Preston)
Leave the M6 at Junction 19. Follow the A556 (Knutsford); after one mile turn left at traffic lights onto the A537. Pass through Knutsford and Chelford. After Henbury, take the first exit at the third roundabout.

From the north/north east (Manchester/Stockport /Bolton/Rochdale/Yorkshire)
Leave the M62 at Junction 13 and join the M60 following signs to Manchester airport. Leave at Junction 4 and follow the A34 southbound (Alderley Edge). At Monks Heath traffic lights, turn left onto the A537. After Henbury, continue as above.

From the west (Liverpool/Warrington)
Leave the M62 at Junction 10, join the M6 at Junction 21a to Junction 19. Follow the A556 (Knutsford); after one mile turn left at traffic lights onto the A537. Pass through Knutsford, Chelford and Henbury, and then continue as above.

From the west (Runcorn/North Wales)
Leave the M56 at Junction 6, join the A538 (Wilmslow), then the A34 southbound (Alderley Edge). At Monks Heath traffic lights turn left onto the A537. After Henbury, continue as above.

By rail

Macclesfield station is approximately 5 minutes by taxi from the hospital.

Parking

We offer unlimited free parking for our patients and their visitors.

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