Clinic@mosley St
61 Mosley Street
M2 3HZ

The clinic is on the first floor of 61 Mosley Street, Manchester M2 3HZ. It is directly opposite the Sainsbury’s local store and adjacent to the Portico library.

Entry is via buzzer system. Please press button 3 to let the receptionist know that you have arrived.  (Do not enter without letting reception know.  If someone is leaving and the door opens, go to the reception desk and advise that you are to see Dr Vohra).

Waiting room space is limited, so please do not arrive more than 10 minutes early.

In order to maintain safe distancing we have to keep numbers to a minimum. 

If you are able to attend unaccompanied, that would be preferable.  Otherwise, please do not bring more than one person with you.

If you are early, there are plenty of cafes close by.

For health and safety reasons, children are generally not allowed in the building, unless they are to be medically assessed.  If you are having any childcare issues in this respect, then please let my office now, and arrangements will be made to accommodate you.

There is a lift available, but the first floor is only a short walk up one flight of stairs.

Due to the city centre location, there is no on site parking.  Metered parking is available on the street outside and very close by.

If using a sat nav to find the clinic, then aim for Back George St (that is behind the building).

The clinic is half way between the St Peters Square and the Mosley Street tram stop and an easy walk from both stops.


  • You or anyone in your household have had any of the following symptoms in the last 7 days: new persistent cough, high temperature, recent loss of smell or taste
  • You have complex needs including the need for carers
  • You have received a letter to inform you of being in a high-risk category
  • You are living with people in a high-risk category

Then it would be more appropriate to not attend the clinic and please contact my office.

If you have any problems on the day, or are lost, please phone the main office on 0114 237 6166.    Dr Vohra’s mobile is 07778475181 (he is only able to answer between booked appointments).

The building has disabled access.