Centre for Amyloidosis and Acute Phase Proteins
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Contact details (please use link below for clinical contacts)
General: Beth Jones
+44 (0)20 7433 2802 
+44 (0)20 7433 2803 
Clinical Contacts:
See NAC Clinical Staff List
Postal Address:
Centre for Amyloidosis & Acute Phase Proteins
Division of Medicine (Royal Free Campus)
University College London
Rowland Hill Street
London  NW3 2PF

The Centre for Amyloidosis and Acute Phase Proteins (incorporating the NHS National Amyloidosis Centre) is located in the Division of Medicine at the Royal Free Campus of University College London in North-West London.  The Medical School and the Royal Free Hospital are on the same site.  The Centre is on the Lower Third Floor of the Medical School and access is via the lifts in the entrance hall of the Medical School on Rowland Hill Street.

Directions to Reception of the National Amyloidosis Centre are available here.

There is only limited parking near the hospital.

The nearest London Underground station is Belsize Park (Northern Line, Edgware Branch).  Turn right out of Belsize Park station and proceed up Haverstock Hill for approximately 300 metres. Turn right into Rowland Hill Street and the entrance to the Medical School is at the bottom of the hill (approximately 100 metres).  The nearest national rail station is Hampstead Heath (London Overground).

Page last modified on 28 nov 13 18:16 by E A (Beth) Jones