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									Travelling to North Middlesex Hospital N18 1QX
              (by public transport)

      The oncology department is located just to the right of
                 the outpatient reception desk

The nearest train station is Silver Street about 10 minutes walk from
the hospital.

Main line trains from Liverpool Street/Enfield Town/Bishop's Stortford
line stop at Silver Street Station approximately every 20 minutes.
There is an interchange with London Underground (Victoria Line) at
Seven Sisters.

34     Walthamstow Central station - Barnet
102 Golders Green - Edmonton Green
144a Muswell Hill - Edmonton Green
These routes top at Silver Street, near the back entrance to the
hospital. Cross the North Circular Road (using the traffic lights or
underpass) and enter through the Sterling Way gate.

444 Turnpike Lane - Chingford Station. This route stops in
Bridport Road. Walk through the car park to access the hospital.

149 Waterloo Station - Ponders End
259 Kings Cross Station - Edmonton Green
279 Holloway - Waltham Cross
The nearest stops for these routes are in Fore Street.

318 Stamford Hill - North Middlesex Hospital NHS
491 Waltham Cross - North Middlesex
These two buses stop directly on the NMUH site

The nearest Tube station is Seven Sisters (Victoria Line). This is best
reached by travelling by main line to or from Silver Street.

Turnpike Lane (Piccadilly line) can be reached using the 144 Bus
route. (see above)

The London Transport Travel Information Service
Tel: 0207 222 1234 provides 24 hour information on rail,
underground and bus travel in the capital.
Travelling to North Middlesex Hospital N18 1QX
                    (by car)

     The oncology department is located just to the right of
                the outpatient reception desk

The hospital is located on the westbound carriageway of the A406,
(North Circular Road) a short distance from the east side of the great
Cambridge Roundabout / A10. It is convenient for the M25, [15
minutes], and M11/ M25 junction, [25 minutes].
The main entrance to the hospital is in Bull Lane (signposted on the
westbound A406 approach).

There is a payable public car park on the hospital site. The entrance
can be found in Wilbury Way, which is signposted on the approach to
the hospital. There may be some space limitations during the current
building works. Parking is free to all patients who are having daily
radiotherapy treatment. Please ask about permits at the oncology
reception desk.

Disabled Permit Holders - There are some designated short-
term parking bays for “blue badge” holders within the hospital
grounds. Please note that there is no automatic disabled free parking
in the main car park. Disabled radiotherapy patients will still be
entitled to free parking (see above).

Pick up / drop off
There is an area outside the out patient entrance, where relatives,
mini-cabs etc. may pick up and drop off patients. Please ask the staff
at the Oncology desk if you need to borrow a wheelchair to allow
easier access to the Oncology department.

                                                   P.T.O. for public
                                                   transport information

                        Department of Clinical Oncology
                               SMP May 2008

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