GP & Walk-in Clinic Services
Welcome to the City Walk-in Clinic, conveniently located between Liverpool Street, Bank and Aldgate, providing high-quality, discreet healthcare at your convenience, including a walk-in GP service.
We offer a full range of medical and health services, including consultations, prescription services, testing and referrals, all carried out by an experienced and caring team of professionals.
We open earlier than any other London clinic in the square mile and manage our appointments to minimise waiting time and the number of people in our waiting room at any time, to protect your confidentiality and comfort.
Please note that there are four steps up to the front door of our City of London clinic, which is located on the raised ground floor of a listed building. A safe ramp cannot be made available due to the height of the steps. Aided entry can be arranged. Please inform the clinic if you will need assistance entering the building so that sufficient support is made available to you.
Directions from Bank station:
Exit 2 onto Threadneedle Street. Head North East until you reach Bishopsgate. Cross the road and turn at the corner shop into St Helen’s Place. You will see St Mary Axe Tower in front of you. Walk around to the back of the tower and you will see the clinic.
Directions from Liverpool Street station:
Bishopsgate exit. Turn right down Bishopsgate, past the large junction and then left into a small passageway called St Helen’s (by the corner shop). You will see St Mary Axe Tower in front of you. The clinic is at the back of the tower.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I get an appointment at short notice?
Yes, we have urgent, walk-in and same-day appointments available 5 days a week in Harley Street.
Do you have wheelchair access?
We cannot make a safe ramp available due to the size of the building steps, but we can arranged aided entry for you.
Do you have a confidentiality policy?
Our strict confidentiality policy extends to family members and spouses. We will not release any information regarding your visit without your explicit written consent.