How do I find the hospital - Sutton
The first letter sent to you with your first appointment details will tell you whether you need to go to our Chelsea hospital, our Sutton hospital or the Medical Day Care Unit at Kingston Hospital. Please check it carefully to make sure you come to the right place. If you’re not sure, don’t hesitate to call us.
Getting to The Royal Marsden, Sutton
The Royal Marsden
The nearest train stations are Sutton and Belmont stations.
Served by trains running from London Victoria, London Bridge, London Blackfriars, London Kings Cross (First Capital Connect), Clapham Junction and Horsham, Sussex. For connecting services from the south coast change at Horsham, and from West London change at Wimbledon. The hospital is about a mile and a half from Sutton station and is an uphill walk. The journey takes between five and ten minutes by taxi and around 20 minutes by bus.
Served by trains on the London Victoria to Epsom Downs line, Belmont station is a quarter of a mile from the hospital. Trains run every hour and more frequently during peak travel times. There is no Sunday service. The walk from Belmont station is also uphill.
London and local bus routes run close to the hospital or terminate nearby. You should ask for the Downs Road stop, which is marked on the map along with others in the area. Bus numbers may vary due to changes in routes. Currently, bus numbers 80, 280, 420 and S1 run along Brighton Road, Downs Road and Cotswold Road. They connect with Morden underground station (Northern Line), Sutton train station, Tooting train station, Redhill and Banstead.
Bus numbers S3 and S4 stop in the hospital grounds. They run every 30 minutes (peak hours only, no Sunday service) and both pass through Sutton town centre and stop at the train station. The S3 bus terminates at Worcester Park station and the S4 at Roundshaw.
For more information, contact:
London Travel Information
020 7222 1234 or www.tfl.gov.uk
Traveline public transport information
0871 200 2233 or www.traveline.org.uk
Because of the limited number of parking spaces available, we ask patients to consider coming to the Sutton hospital by public transport or taxi rather than by car. If you do wish to drive, please follow these instructions.
When travelling from outside London, leave the M25 at Junction 8 and join the A217 to Sutton. Follow this road for about eight miles until you reach the roundabout with a signpost for the B2230 to Sutton.
There is a controlled parking zone in the area around the hospital, making on‑street parking difficult. Car parking space for patients and visitors at the hospital is limited due to ongoing building works.
There are a number of reserved spaces at the front of the hospital for wheelchair users, for the Oak Centre for Children and Young People, short-stay drop off spaces and hospital transport. All other drivers at Sutton need to use the main car park, which has a barrier‑controlled entrance and exit system. There are further disabled spaces beyond the barrier.
The main car park operates on a pay‑on‑foot basis on leaving the hospital, although the first 30 minutes are free. You will find pay machines outside the main entrance and outside the Radiotherapy Department entrance. The machines currently take most coins, notes and credit/debit cards, and give change.