The London Chest Hospital is located in Bethnal Green in the East End of London.
Please note that services at the London Chest Hospital will be moving to the new Barts Heart Centre at St Bartholomew’s Hospital over a four-week period from 27 March – 29 April 2015.
You can travel to hospital in a number of ways including on foot, by car, by bike or by public transport.
Plan your journey using the travel information below or the Transport for London journey planner on the right of this page.
The following buses stop outside the hospital: numbers 309 and D3. The following buses stop close to the hospital: numbers 8, 26, 48, 55, 106, 254 and D6. Low-floor wheelchair accessible buses run on all routes serving The London Chest Hospital.
The closest tube station is Bethnal Green, which is served by the Central line.
Cambridge Heath and Liverpool Street are the nearest National Rail stations, both are just a short tube, bus or taxi ride away.
By car or taxi
There is no public parking at the hospital itself so we encourage patients and visitors not to travel by car wherever this is possible. There is limited metered parking in surrounding streets.
The drop-off/pick-up point is right outside the hospital's main entrance, accessed through the main gate on Bonner Road.
The hospital is situated just outside the congestion charging zone. If you need to drive through the zone to get to hospital, please visit the Transport for London congestion charging website for advice on how to pay and possible exemptions (for example, if you are registered as disabled).
We encourage visitors and staff living nearby to cycle to the hospital if possible. There are limited facilities for parking bikes at the hospital.