- Last Updated: Tuesday, 10 January 2017 10:33
St Peter’s Hospital is located between Woking and Chertsey close to junction 11 of the M25.
Travelling by car
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Travelling by bus
There are regular bus services operating to St Peter’s Hospital from Woking, Staines and other surrounding areas.
Shown below is the general frequency for these routes - early morning, evening, bank holiday, and weekend times may vary. Click on the route number for the full version or visit the Surrey County Council webpages.
|446||Staines Bus Station, Penton Park, Chertsey, St Peter's Hospital, Ottershaw and Woking Railway Station||60 mins|
|459||St Peter's Hospital, Ottershaw, Coombelands, Addlestone, Weybridge, Walton Railway Station, Walton Hospital and Walton Hepworth Way||60 mins|
|557||Addlestone, Coombelands, St Peter's Hospital, Chertsey, Shepperton and Sunbury Tesco||60 mins|
Click on the route number for more detailed information about your journey or visit the Surrey County Council website (www.surreycc.gov.uk/buses) for up-to-date details on bus routes and services.
You can also call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 for public transport advice.
Alternative Transport Services
Dial-A-Ride services (usually door-to-door) are available to anybody who does not have easy access (because of where they live) to normal bus services for journeys to the hospital, has difficulty changing buses or cannot use them for mobility reasons.
The Dial-A-Ride services to be provided by Woking Bustler must be booked in advance and are available for appointments at the hospital between 0830 and 1700 hrs., on Mondays to Fridays. An intending passenger must first register to become a Bustler member. The Bustler serves all of Woking Borough as required by bookings made and accepted. For more information, contact:
Timetables for bus services mentioned above are available here.
The nearest train stations to the hospital are in Chertsey (a 20 minute walk) or Woking (an hour walk). Both stations are on the main bus routes or we would advise taking a taxi for convenience.
Finding your way around the hospital
A simple map of the hospital is below but because it can be a difficult to navigate, please ask for assistance at the front desk or follow the signage and detailed wall maps to your location.
Accessibility Guide to St Peter's Hospital
The DisabledGo website has a wealth of information regarding accessing the wards and departments at St Peter's.