Our services are based on two hospital sites and several locations within the community in South East London.
Please check that your appointment or stay is at Guy's Hospital.
Guy's does not have an accident and emergency (A&E) department. The nearest A&E is at St Thomas' Hospital.
Planning to travel to Guy's Hospital by train between 23 and 31 August 2014?
From Saturday 23 to Sunday 31 August, there will be major engineering works to complete the next phase of building the new London Bridge station next to Guy’s Hospital.
Patients, relatives and staff who plan to travel by train during this time may find that their train does not stop at London Bridge and therefore they may need to take an alternative route.
For example, no First Capital Connect or Southern services will run to, through or from London Bridge station from 23-31 August.
Network Rail staff will be distributing information leaflets about the disruption from 1-3pm on Thursday 31 July near the main reception at Guy’s.
Information is also available at www.ThameslinkProgramme.co.uk.
Reduced access to Guy's Hospital
Due to the building of the new Cancer Centre at Guy's Hospital, there will be reduced access on Great Maze Pond between Snowsfields and Borough Wing until the autumn of 2016 (PDF 42Kb).
Traffic lights will be in operation at all times on Great Maze Pond. Marshals will also be on hand during working hours, Monday to Friday 8am until 6pm.
Pedestrian access from Snowsfields will be restricted to one side of Great Maze Pond and an alternative accessible route is signposted. Access to Guy's Hospital from St Thomas Street is not affected.
There will be an increase in construction traffic around Guy's Hospital so please allow extra time for your journey.
The stations are:
London Bridge - Northern and Jubilee lines (five minutes' walk)
Monument - District and Circle lines (15 minutes' walk)
London Bridge is the nearest railway station and is five minutes’ walk.
For more information, call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950 or visit the National Rail website.
London Bridge station is being rebuilt – see the Thameslink programme website for further information on how it may affect your journey.
Please allow 15-20 minutes to get from the bus stop to where you need to be in the hospital. The following buses stop at London Bridge, London Bridge station or near Guy's hospital:
17, 21, 35, 40, 43, 47, 48, 133, 141, 149, 343, 381, 521, 701, RV1, C10.
Night buses stop at or near London Bridge: N21, N35, N47, N133, N343 and N381.
For more information about buses and tubes, please call Transport for London on 0843 222 1234 (24 hours) or visit the Transport for London website.
Bicycle racks can be found outside the main entrance, next to AMT coffee. The racks are covered by CCTV. See useful cycling information on the Transport for London website.
There is a Barclays cycle hire docking station in Snowsfield not far from Guy's Hospital. To see where the docking station is use the interactive map and search for London Bridge and choose Snowsfield, London Bridge. It will tell you the number of bicycles available and the number of free spaces to park your bike.
Cars and parking
Parking is very limited and we are in the Congestion Charging zone so please use public transport whenever possible.
Guy's Tower car park:
Monday-Friday from 8:30am–4:30pm, disabled parking and short term parking for patients being dropped off.
The disabled parking is available on a first come, first served basis on production of your blue badge (registered in your name) along with your appointment card/letter.
£3 per hour at all other times including weekends - pay and display machine (change only) beside the security hut.
There is an NCP car park at the junction of Snowsfield and Kipling Streets, about a two minute walk from the hospital. Charges are displayed at the entrance.