Whittington Education Centre
Whittington Hospital
Gordon Close, (off Highgate Hill)
London N19

From Highgate Hill turn into Gordon Close within the hospital grounds (do not go to the main entrance of the hospital).
In Gordon close, walk past the traffic/security barrier and a small garden on your right. Immediately after the garden turn right, you will see the Jenner Building and just passed it, on your left, is the Whittington Education Centre.
The course is held on the first floor (the room will be signposted).  
Archway tube station, Northern Line
The Whittington Education Centre is a
five-minute walk from the tube.
No's 210 & 271 on the Highgate Hill side
No's 134, 43 & 263 on the Archway Road side
Archway Road (A1) to roundabout.
On weekend parking is free in nearby streets
to the hospital.
There is pay and display parking within the hospital.
The entrance to the parking is via Gordon Close.
Upper Holloway Station (Barking to Gospel Oak Line)
The Whittington Education Centre is a ten minute walk from the station
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