020 7407 3100

How to Find Us

London Bridge Hospital

27 Tooley Street
London, SE1 2PR
Tel:+44 (0)20 7407 3100

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London Bridge Hospital, Private Care at Guys, Part of HCA Healthcare UK

Great Maze Pond
London SE1 3PU
Tel:+44 (0)207 407 3100

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We are situated on the South Bank of the Thames, next to the London Bridge mainline and underground stations.

For the latest information on how London roads are operating, check before you travel at www.tfl.gov.uk/trafficnews and follow @TfLTrafficNews (roads) on Twitter.

The hospital will have full access, however any issues during this time please contact reception who have the details of Network Rail management team over this period.

Directions

By Train

London Bridge Station is serviced by trains from Kent and Surrey and offers direct connections to Charing Cross, Cannon Street, Waterloo East and Blackfriars stations. Trains also connect directly with all stations on the Thameslink line.

By Tube

London Bridge Station is on the Jubilee Line and Northern Line.

By Car

The nearest car parks are Snowfields and Euro Car Park. Please note: No right-hand turn can be made from Borough High Street into Duke Street Hill due to the one-way system.

Tower Bridge Closure from October to December 2016

Tower Bridge will be closed to all vehicles, including bicycles, for essential major maintenance works. Please click here for more information on how to plan your journey.

Major changes to London Bridge Station and Tooley Street from April 2016 to Mid-2018

London Bridge and the surrounding area remain open for business throughout the rebuilding of London Bridge station

  • 5 January 2015 to January 2018 No Bedford to Brighton Thameslink trains will call at London Bridge station. A service will run every 30 minutes between Brighton and London Bridge in the off-peak until approximately 20.00hrs and a very limited service will run at peak times.
  • From 3 May 2016 to February 2018 Tooley Street will be closed to eastbound traffic from London Bridge to Bermondsey Street. Westbound traffic will travel in the eastbound lane
  • The southern footpath (on the station side of the road) will be closed from Cottons Bridge to Bermondsey Street
  • There will be a signed diversion route via Borough High Street, Great Dover Street and Tower Bridge Road
  • Allow more time for your journey, especially during the peak hours of 07:00 – 10:00 and 16:00 – 19:00 on weekdays

London Bridge Project local closures

St Thomas Street between Stainer Street and Bermondsey Street: Partial footway closures and full road closures, until 2018

Vinegar Yard between Snowsfield and Melior Street: Temporary closure due to change in site boundary, until 2018

Pedestrian access will be maintained whenever possible. The majority of work that has the potential to be noisy is scheduled to take place during our normal working hours (Monday – Friday, 8am – 6pm and Saturday 8am – 1pm) to help minimise any further disruption.

For the most up to date information on detailed service changes please visit the Thameslink Programme website.

If you are travelling to the hospital for an appointment or a procedure please take the time to read the below or visit the Thameslink website to help you plan your journey. Click here for more information on how to plan your journey

Getting to London Bridge Hospital

London Bridge Hospital From Heathrow Airport

Take the M4 towards Central London/Hammersmith. At the end of the motorway continue on the A4 towards Central London, following signs to Westminster/ Parliament Square. Take the A302 towards Waterloo then join the A3200 towards London Bridge. Continue ahead at the traffic lights towards London Bridge and then Southwark Street. At traffic signals bear left onto the A3 Borough High Street towards the City. Turn right onto A200 St Thomas Street. Turn left onto Stainer Street and go under the tunnel then left onto Tooley Street where you will see London Bridge Hospital on your right hand side.

London Bridge Hospital From Gatwick Airport

Take the M23 towards London, merging onto the A23 following signs for Central London/Croydon. Join the A3 and follow signs for Central London/The City. At the Elephant and Castle roundabout take the exit signposted the City onto A3 Newington Causeway and continue to Borough High Street. Once in Borough continue towards the City/London Bridge and turn right onto the A3200 Southwark Street. At traffic signals bear left onto the A3 Borough High Street towards the City. Turn right onto A200 St Thomas Street. Turn left onto Stainer Street and go under the tunnel then left onto Tooley Street where you will see London Bridge Hospital on your right hand side.

London Bridge Hospital From Stanstead Airport

Take the M11 Southbound towards London. At the end of the motorway take the A406 North Circular towards Central London/Docklands. Join the A12 towards Central London and Stratford and at the Bow Interchange take the A11 towards Central London. Exit at the A1202 for the Ring Road South/Tower Bridge and follow signs for the A100 Tower Bridge. Cross Tower Bridge and turn right onto the A200 at the traffic signals. Turn right onto the A2205 at the traffic signals then turn left onto the A200 (signposted London Bridge, City). Turn right onto Tooley Street where you will see London Bridge Hospital on your right hand side.

London Bridge Hospital From Luton Airport

Take the M1 Southbound towards London and follow signs for the A1 towards Central London. Take the A400 towards Camden Town/Kentish Town and then the A4200 towards Holborn. At the A4 travel towards Trafalgar Square and then the A301 to Waterloo Bridge. Follow the A3200 towards London Bridge. At traffic signals bear left onto the A3 Borough High Street towards the city. Turn right onto A200 St Thomas Street, entering Southwark. Turn left onto Stainer Street to Bermondsey and under the tunnel then left onto Tooley Street where you will see London Bridge Hospital on your right hand side.

Congestion Charging

Transport for London is introducing Congestion Charging from 17th February 2003. London Bridge Hospital falls in the congestion charging zone. To find out what it is, when it operates and how to pay log on to the dedicated website www.cclondon.com or call 0845 900 1234. This is the number you will also need to call to register and pay to enter Central London.

Travelling into London Bridge and the South Bank

Southern passengers

Use Southern services and change at Tulse Hill, East Croydon, Three Bridges or Gatwick Airport onto First Capital Connect services to Blackfriars.

For the Southbank, use the southern station exit at Blackfriars.

For London Bridge, walk or take local buses from Blackfriars to Southwark and use the Jubilee line. London Bridge is a 23-minute walk at a medium pace along the Thames Path from the Blackfriars south entrance.

Alternatively, use Southern trains to Victoria and use the District or Circle line to Blackfriars, Mansion House or Monument and walk south across the river. Or change at Clapham Junction onto South West Trains services to Waterloo for access to the Southbank area.

From the Tonbridge area, use Southeastern services to London Bridge or Waterloo East for access to the Southbank area.

Or Southeastern services to Charing Cross for access to the Southbank area via the Millennium Bridge.

From the Beckenham Junction area use Tramlink services to Beckenham Road and walk to Clock House for Southeastern services to London Bridge for access to the Southbank area.

First Capital Connect Passengers

Use First Capital Connect services to Blackfriars, and use the southern station exit for direct access to the Southbank area.

For London Bridge, walk or take local buses from Blackfriars to Southwark and use the Jubilee line. Or London Bridge is a 23 minute walk at a medium pace along the Thames Path from Blackfriars south entrance.