Plan your Visit
Saint Mary's Hospital is situated on the hospital boulevard and
houses state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. Access to
the main entrance is from Hathersage Road, M13 0JH.
Please note that Reproductive Medicine (IVF) and the
Andrology Unit are located in the existing Saint Mary's
Hospital. There is a new dedicated entrance on Oxford
Road, opposite the Whitworth Art Gallery. Access cannot be
gained via the new Saint Mary's building.
Here you will find maps to reveal your best route to the
hospital - click here and type in your
Click on the Car Parking
section for all the Car Parking Options.
to download a map of the site, showing drop-off areas,
Click here for a floor plan of the
Pick Up and Drop Off Points
The hospital has patient drop-off and collection areas in the
- The Harrington Building Car Park (opposite Edale
- In front of the new hospitals (including Saint Mary's
Area/Time Limit: There is a 30 minute
maximum allowance to use the drop-off areas after which Parking
Notices will be issued.
How this works: You can drop off or
collect patients from each entrance provided that you do not exceed
the 30 minute maximum time limit. Drivers who need more time
should park in one of the car parks before escorting patients to or
from hospital wards or departments. Ue the drop-off and
pick-up zones only to allow patients to enter the hospital from
your vehicle ot to collect the patient from the entrance. If
you require special help please contact Security on 0161 276
4121/4550. The first 30 minutes are free in all our public car
Wheelchairs are available in the main entrances of all our
If you have any special requirements such as help with visual
impairment, hearing, language or communication, please ask a member
of staff for assistance or telephone our Patient Advice and Liaison
Service on Tel: 0161 276 8686.
Agency staff and contractors please contact the Car Parking
Office on 0161 276 4477.
Teaching and Research
We are a national centre of excellence, and research and
training is an important part of our work. Medical students
may be present during your consultation and you may also be asked
to take part in research studies. This is entirely voluntary
and your decision will not affect your treatment.