Our second largest clinic after the MYA Fitzroy London, MYA Manchester is equally as accessible being located in the city centre and boasts an experienced team of medical staff. MYA Manchester has a team of 11 qualified staff members, including nurses, admin, clinical staff and six patient coordinators who work closely alongside our seven surgeons, on hand to make sure your time at the clinic is stress-free and professional. Patients can also benefit from a free consultation with a patient coordinator to discuss their individual needs and our range of cosmetic procedures. The Manchester clinic has 6 consultation rooms and 2 nurse rooms to accommodate multiple patients.
When you book to have cosmetic surgery at MYA Manchester, you will receive expert care from our highly trained clinical team. Following your consultation with your Patient Coordinator at the Manchester clinic, next is for you to meet with one of our amazing surgeons, offering a bespoke and in depth consultation to discuss your procedure and how it would be personalised to your individual needs. Whether you’re coming in for rhinoplasty, breast augmentations or vaser liposuction, you’ll be in good hands with our team of specialist surgeons.
Manchester City Centre is very easy to navigate and offers many other attractions to enjoy before or after your appointments at the clinic. Manchester’s main shopping area includes the trendy Deansgate and Spinningfields areas as well as the popular Market Street and Arndale shopping centre. All are within a short walk of the MYA Manchester clinic, as are a great selection of luxury and boutique hotels.
Getting to MYA Manchester
Usefully located in the city centre, the MYA Manchester clinic is a 20 minute walk to both Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Oxford Road rail stations. Deansgate train station is a 5 minute stroll up St Johns Street. You can also walk from Manchester Victoria station in around 15 minutes, Deansgate Metrolink station in 5 or use the free metro-shuttle service that runs frequently between the stations and the city centre. For visitors arriving by car, the nearby St Johns Street provides a maximum of 2 hours parking or there’s a large all day underground car park a short walk away at the Manchester Central Convention Complex.