AddressLiverpool Medical Institution
114 Mount Pleasant
Appointments and enquiriesBook an appointment
Or phone 0151 709 9125 extension 103
Opening times9:30–12:30 every Wednesday
DoctorThe clinic is run by Hugh Nielsen, Emma McEvoy and Robin Grenfell Cowan
About the clinic
Liverpool Homeopathy opened in April 2019 and is run in partnership with the North West Friends of Homeopathy . The clinic offers appointments with experienced homeopathic practitioners at very little cost. It is £20 for an initial consultation and £10 for a follow up appointment.
Dr. Hugh Nielsen
Dr Hugh Nielsen qualified in medicine from Oxford University then spent 10 years working in the UK, Canada and Australia in various specialities before becoming a GP. He has been using homeopathy alongside conventional medicine for over 25 years both in his NHS general practice and in specialist homeopathic practice.
Robin Grenfell Cowan, RSHom graduated from the North West College of Homeopathy in February 2002 and has been practicing homeopathy in the region since. He teaches and attends homeopathic seminars nationally and internationally. Besides homeopathy, Mr Grenfell Cowan holds CSCTs in counselling and is a Bach Flower prescriber.
Emma McEvoy BA DipHomMed DSH MARH is a fully qualified homeopath with 20 years experience. Registered with the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths, she has a diploma in Classical Homeopathy and a diploma in Shamanic Homeopathy. She has experience working with all age groups and has helped people with wide range of conditions.
Ken Ward-Atherton (Lord of Witley & Hurcott – Worcestershire)
Ken Ward-Atherton has a statutory Healthcare Professional background, having held senior NHS posts in several Liverpool hospitals and the community. He has practised Homeopathy since 1982 having received his homeopathic education at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital, and later in Stuttgart completing a course for Homeopathic Physicians. He has held Consultant practising privileges for Integrated Medicine at three Merseyside Hospitals in the private sector for the past 7 years. In 2003 he became Lord of Witley & Hurcott, Worcestershire.