Homerton’s London Overground station, with ramped access, is a five-minute walk from the hospital and the station is now linked to most parts of London. Homerton is only two stops from Stratford International (for Central Line, Jubilee Line and Docklands Light Railway) and four stops from Highbury & Islington (Victoria Line and mainline rail).
By foot from Homerton station
From Homerton station - Exit the station, turn left and immediately left again, under the railway bridge and along Barnabas Road to Homerton High Street. Turn left on Homerton High Street and cross the road to take the first right on Wardle Street.
At the end of Wardle Street, the hospital is in front of you. Go left and follow the signs for the main entrance to Homerton Hospital. Use the map below to familiarise yourself with the roads that lead here.
Homerton Hospital is served by ten London bus routes: 26, 30, 308, 242, W15, 488, 425, 276, 394 and 236.
There are bicycle racks at the front of the hospital, by the main entrance/adjacent to the police base. The racks are used by staff and visitors.
Visitors for the education centre should also park bikes here and walk through the hospital to access the centre.
Car parking spaces for patients and visitors at the hospital are limited.
On weekdays from 8am until 5pm, parking is limited to a small number of short stay parking bays (30 minutes and one hour). There are 20 one hour bays have a no return within two hour restriction. Our 8 disabled parking bays are restricted for use by drivers with a blue badge. These bays have a three hour maximum parking. There is also a drop off and pick up area accommodating 6 cars max at any one time.
After 5pm each day, weekends and bank holidays, parking is also available in the car park at the front of the hospital for all visitors and patients. There are controlled parking zones around the hospital (Monday to Friday, 7.30am to 6.30pm) and some pay and display areas. Please speak to the onsite car park security officer if you require assistance with parking. Extensions can usually be made for patients providing they let staff from the department they are attending know.
There are electric charging points which can be used subject to availability and working operation.