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Address

Hill End Road
Harefield
Uxbridge
UB9 6JH
United Kingdom

    The private facilities at Harefield Hospital are located in the main building, on the left hand side. The outpatients' area is on the ground floor and the inpatients' ward, Juniper Ward, is on the second floor. 

    Plan your journey to Harefield Hospital using our tips below. 


    Travelling by car

    Beetle car driving along a woodland road

    It's easy to drive to Harefield Hospital using the directions below. Check your route using a route planner such as Google Maps. For Sat Navs, our postcode is: UB9 6JH.

    From London or Oxford:

    • From the A40, take the B467 exit – signposted ‘Uxbridge, Harefield, Ickenham’
    • Follow directions from Swakeleys roundabout (see below).

    From the M1 (Milton Keynes or Luton):

    • Follow the M1. At junction 6A, join the M25 motorway – signposted ‘M40/Heathrow Airport’.
    • At junction 16, join the M40 eastwards – signposted ‘Uxbridge/London’.
    • Take the B467 exit – signposted ‘Uxbridge, Harefield, Ickenham’.
    • Follow directions from Swakeleys roundabout (see below).

    From the M25:

    • At junction 16, join the M40 eastwards – signposted ‘Uxbridge/London’.
    • Take the B467 exit – signposted ‘Uxbridge, Harefield, Ickenham’.
    • Follow directions from Swakeleys roundabout (see below).

    From Uxbridge:

    • Take the B483 northwards and continue to the junction with the A40.
    • Follow directions from Swakeleys roundabout (see below).

    From Swakeleys roundabout:

    • Take the exit onto B467 Swakeleys Road, signposted to Harefield.
    • After half a mile you will reach a mini-roundabout. Turn left onto Harvil Road.
    • Continue ahead through the countryside for about three miles until you reach Harefield High Street. 
    • Drive through the centre of Harefield village, passing the Kings Arms public house and Harefield Health Centre on your left. 
    • The hospital’s front entrance is about 400 metres on the left. 
    • Park your car in the hospital grounds.

    Parking at Harefield Hospital

    When you enter the hospital grounds, the patients and visitors' car park is on the right hand side. The car park is managed by NCP and operates on a 'pay and display' system. Daily charges are displayed at pay points in the car parks and are in line with charges at other NHS hospitals. Charges apply from Monday to Sunday, including bank holidays. The machine only accepts coins, so please bring enough change.

    There is no charge for vehicles clearly displaying a valid disabled badge.


    Travelling by public transport

    London Underground carriage

    Plan your journey to Harefield Hospital using our tips below. Check Citymapper, or Transport for London's Journey Planner to see bus and train times.

    Rail

    Trains run from London Marylebone to Denham railway station (2.6 miles away). From there, you can take a 5-minute taxi ride to the hospital (book it in advance), or catch a bus (see below).

    London Underground

    The nearest tube stations are Uxbridge (4.8 miles away), Northwood (3.6 miles away) and Rickmansworth (3.7 miles away). From there, you can take a 10 to 20-minute taxi ride to the hospital, or take a bus (see below).

    Bus

    From Uxbridge:

    • Take bus number U9 towards Harefield Hospital. This is the most convenient bus route, as it stops at the hospital itself.

    From Denham or Uxbridge:

    • Take bus number 331 towards Northwood and Ruislip. Get off at the 'Harefield High Street' bus stop, which is 5 minutes' walk from the hospital.

    From Rickmansworth:

    • Take bus number R2 to Harefield Hospital. Note: this service is Monday to Friday service only, with an infrequent service - see the R2 bus timetable.

    From Northwood:

    • Take the bus number 331 towards Uxbridge. Get off at the 'Harefield High Street' bus stop, which is 5 minutes' walk from the hospital.

    Congestion Charge

    Harefield Hospital is not situated inside London’s Congestion Charge zone. However, we advise you to check the Transport for London website to see if the charge will affect your journey to or from the hospital. You have to pay an £11.50 daily charge if you drive within the Congestion Charge zone between 7am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.

    If you have a valid disabled badge, you're eligible to register for a 100 per cent discount on the Congestion Charge, even if you don't own a vehicle or drive. To find out more, visit the TFL discounts and exemptions webpage.


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