Getting to Hospital
How to get to our Hospitals
You can view our hospitals and how to get to them by clicking on
the links below or on the right hand side:
Current issues affecting travel to our hospitals
- Children's Hospital, Eye Hospital, MRI and St
From 6.30am on Friday 19 through to late evening on Monday
22 August, resurfacing will take place between Moss Lane East and
While the work is carried out, Oxford Road will be closed in
both directions between Denmark Road and Moss Lane East.
Hathersage Road will be closed at its junction with Oxford Road,
however, access to the Qpark multi-storey car park will be
maintained throughout. The road will reopen again by late
In addition, from Monday 22 August, both Denmark Road and
Nelson Street will be closed at their junctions with Oxford Road
until Friday 26 August.
Diversion signs will be in place advising drivers and
cyclists of alternate routes. To help people plan their journeys,
TfGM have created useful maps which can be found on their website
Temporary one-way system is now in place on Oxford
Road (08.08.16 - 04.09.16), between Hathersage Road and Booth
Street East. This will allow work putting in new bike lanes and bus
stops to be carried out safely and efficiently.
The one-way working means
outbound traffic - heading away from the city centre - will need to
use an alternative route, Upper Brook Street, during this
If possible we would strongly recommend using public
transport to get here. Our hospitals are in dense urban locations
where roads are often busy and parking is often oversubscribed. All
our hospitals are served by many bus routes and other community
transport services which are detailed in the pages linked
For information about any public transport services please
contact Transport for Greater Manchester on 0871 200 2233.
Their lines are open between 7.00am and 8.00pm on Monday to Friday,
and from 8.00 am to 8.00 am on weekends and bank holidays.
You can also visit their website at Transport for Greater Manchester
Terms and Conditions
All patients and visitors are advised that the
Trust cannot accept responsibility for any vehicle parked on
hospital grounds or on any Trust Car Park, nor for any property
brought into the Hospital or left in any vehicle