Central Middlesex Hospital
Acton Lane, Park Royal, London, NW10 7NS
Finding your way to Central Middlesex Hospital is straightforward whether you are coming by public transport or private vehicle. Click here for: a map of the local area and here for: a map of the hospital
By public transport
Please refer to this local area transport map provided by Transport for London for full details of public transport connections to Central Middlesex Hospital, which are summarised below.
Bus and Tube links
Buses 187, 224, 226, 260, 440, 487 and PR2 stop outside the main entrance of the hospital.
Harlesden (Bakerloo Line), Park Royal (Piccadilly Line) and North Acton (Central Line) stations are each about a mile from the hospital and are a short walk or bus ride.
Travelling to Central Middlesex from Northwick Park & St Mark’s Hospitals
There is no direct public transport link between our two main hospital sites but there a number of ways to make the journey by bus, rail or Underground. To find out which way is best for you, go to www.tfl.gov.uk and use the Journey Planner on the right hand side. Enter the following search details:
From: HA1 3UJ
To: NW10 7NS
Central Middlesex Hospital is on Acton Lane, Park Royal opposite the ASDA superstore and close to the Westway (A40/M40) and the North Circular Road (A406).
There are two main car parks at Central Middlesex Hospital. Car park 1 at surface level is accessed from Central Way; you can also get to the car park from Acton Lane if you are dropping off at Accident and Emergency or the main entrance. The entrance to car park 2 (basement parking) is on Abbey Road.
Please observe the speed limit of 10mph at all times while in the hospital grounds.
The grounds of the hospital are a designated no smoking area, this includes bus stops, car parks and the entrance to the hospital.
Pay and display charges apply at all times in both car parks, except for disabled persons in vehicles bearing a valid blue badge. Car park 2 is closed to the public from 8.30pm until 7.30am.
There are a limited number of disabled spaces that are free to permit holders.
Parking is free for disabled people, or their carers when driving a disabled person to hospital. Vehicles must display a valid Blue Badge and time clock and must park in designated bays. Please note that regular pay and display charges are payable by Blue Badge holders when parking in non-designated bays.
Car parking charges
NEW charges will apply from 1st September 2012
We have 15 cycle parking spaces for public use at Central Middlesex. The cycle stands can be found at the main entrance and in the underground car park. Plan your route using TFL’s Cycle Journey Planner.