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Parking at Guy's and St Thomas'

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Coronavirus: parking update

We have suspended the patient car parking charges in order to enable you to access the hospital safely only if you need to. As a result you can park for free at our hospital sites. However please bear in mind that there are a limited number of car parking spaces.

We can also arrange transport for any vulnerable patients so they can avoid using public transport if they need to attend the hospital or visit any of our community sites.  Please call 020 7188 2888 and press option 1 to arrange for transport.

Parking at St Thomas' Hospital

Our car park is open 24 hours a day .

There is also a designated motorcycle area at the entrance to the main car park.

Patient drop-off/collection points

There are signposted patient drop-off/collection points at St Thomas’ Hospital.
 
These can be found outside Gassiot House Outpatient Centre on the lower ground level (PDF 143Kb).
 
There is also a security officer on site on weekdays who can provide help.

Parking at Guy's Hospital

Parking in the Guy's car park is only available for disabled patients who are blue badge holders and have an appointment on that day. The disabled parking bays are limited and are available on a first come, first served basis. There are two electric car charging points in the car park, for the use of blue badge holders with electric vehicles.

Vehicle access to the car park is available from Crosby Row only.  There is no vehicle access from St Thomas Street or Snowfields.  

There is an NCP car park at the junction of Snowsfields and Kipling Street, about a five minute walk from the hospital which is currently free for all.

Patient drop-off/collection points

There are patient drop-off/collection bays at the Guy's hospital's main entrance.

Parking at our community services

Parking at our health centres in Lambeth and Southwark is very limited but currently free.

To find out more about parking at our different centres, please see our list of community locations.

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Travelling to St Thomas' and Evelina London

Travelling to Guy's 

Travelling to the Cancer Centre at Guy's

Travelling to our community services

Need help with travel?

Find out about how to get help with travel, including information about our patient transport service and claiming back transport fares and congestion charges.