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Northwick Park and St Mark's Hospitals

Watford Road, Harrow, Middlesex, HA1 3UJ

Finding your way to Northwick Park and St Mark's hospitals 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

From Sunday 6 July 2014 you will no longer be able to use cash to pay for your bus fare.

Instead of cash you can use:

  • An Oyster card (with pay as you go credit)
  • A contactless payment card
  • A day travel card

Please see the Transport for London website for more information http://www.tfl.gov.uk/

Please refer to this local area transport map provided by Transport for London for full details of public transport connections to Northwick Park and St Mark's hospitals, which are summarised below.

Buses

Bus routes 186, 223, H9, H10 and H14 enter the grounds of the hospitals, and route 182 stops a short distance away on Watford Road. Bus routes 114 and 183 stop on Kenton Road, about a 10 minute walk from the hospitals.

Low floor, wheelchair accessible buses run on all these routes. Please note, the 186 bus now terminates outside St Mark’s Hospital, making it more convenient for patients.

Tube and rail links

Northwick Park on the Metropolitan Line is the nearest Tube station to the hospitals, five minutes walk away. Kenton station, for Bakerloo and London Overground services, is about a 10-15 minute walk away.

Travelling to Northwick Park & St Mark’s from Central Middlesex

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: NW10 7NS
To: HA1 3UJ

By car

Northwick Park and St Mark’s Hospitals are situated on one site along the Watford Road in Harrow, near the Northwick Park Roundabout and next to the Playgolf Northwick Park golf club. Please note that the site must be approached from the roundabout to the north; no right-turns from the south are permitted.

Parking is available throughout the hospital grounds in car parks 1 (multistorey), 2, 3 and 4; these locations are signposted from the hospital ring road, where we ask you to observe the speed limit of 10mph.

Car parking charges

Northwick Park Hospital

1 hour

£2.40

2 hours

£4.60

5 hours

£6.00

8 hours

£9.20

24 hours

£12.00

5 day pass

£22.00

7 day pass

£28.00

Penalty notice

£30.00

 

Five- and seven-day passes are available from the parking office in Car Park 1. These passes are transferable between two cars and can be used for multiple visits per day.

Patients undergoing dialysis treatment can park all day in car park 2 for £2. Patients will be required to display a letter issued by the Renal unit on their dash board.
 

Disabled parking

There are no charges for disabled drivers parking in designated bays at the hospital, whether in the multi-storey car park (enter via the main entrance/A&E/outpatients) or car parks 2-4. Vehicles must display a valid Blue Badge and time recorder, and must park in designated disabled bays.

The usual pay and display charges are payable by disabled drivers when parking in non-designated bays.

Vehicles not driven by disabled persons, irrespective of whether they display a Blue Badge or time recorder, are not entitled to park in designated blue bays and may be issued with a penalty notice.

If you require assistance in finding a place to park, please contact the parking office on 020 8869 3803.

Cycling

We have 26 cycle parking spaces for public use at Northwick Park and St Mark’s. The cycle stands can be found at the following locations:

  • main hospital entrance
  • bottom level of the multi-storey car park (car park 1)
  • St Mark's entrance (car park 4)
  • maternity entrance
  • medical education centre.

Plan your route using TFL’s Cycle Journey Planner.