My clinic is held in Clinic 2, on the ground floor on the right after coming through the main entrance of the new hospital building.
West Middlesex University Hospital
There are good transport links to and from the hospital. Click on the Transport for London Journey
Planner icon below for help in planning your journey, or go to
The nearest rail stations are Syon Lane and Isleworth. Both are approximately half a mile away from
our hospital - around 15 minutes walk.
From Central London you can catch the South West Trains line at Waterloo station.
The nearest tube is Hounslow East (Piccadilly Line), which is approximately 1.5 miles from the
hospital. This is a short (approximately 5 minutes) walk from Hounslow Bus Station where you can
catch the 117 bus right into the hospital.
- Richmond to Hounslow route: H37
- Hammersmith to Fulwell route: 267
- Cranford to Syon Lane route: H28
- Staines to West Middlesex Hospital route: 117 (this bus stops in the hospital grounds)
- Kingston to West Middlesex Hospital route: 481 (this bus stops in the hospital grounds)
There is also a night bus N9 running from Heathrow Airport - Central London.
There is a taxi rank office within the hospital, which provides cars that can transport wheelchairs
if necessary. The company can be contacted on 020 8568 3366. For a further list of licensed private
hire operators go to the Transport for London website at:
The main entrance to the hospital is directly off Twickenham Road, close to the junction with
Park Road. We are located outside the Central London Congestion Charging Zone.
For travel directions we recommend using one of the online tools and typing in our postcode
TW7 6AF, e.g. http://maps.google.co.uk/maps,
There is a charge for everyone using the hospital car parks, so you will need to bring change
for the ticket machine.
Please make sure that you do not park in any of the restricted areas or spaces reserved for
staff. A clamping system is in operation at the hospital.
You may only park in designated disabled parking bays if you have a valid disabled permit.
We have a number of wheelchairs available for patients and visitors use. These are located at
the main reception and in the East Wing of the hospital. These are at locking stations in both
areas and a £1.00 coin is required to use the chair, your coin will be returned once the chair
is returned to its locking station.